Report card Involvement

Do you wait for report cards for an update about your child’s school progress? While waiting for report cards to see what your child’s grades are is normal, report cards are not the only way to stay in the loop with your child’s academic progress! One of the reasons that the wait-and-see approach isn’t the […]

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It’s report card season! A new grade brings changes in curriculum and in teacher communication, which can result in a confusing and meaningless report card. There’s a lot of stress tied to performance reports: parents know that good results mean more opportunities in the future, so doing well in school is essential. That’s why it’s […]

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Student holding report card

Parents often view report cards as the best way to track their child’s school progress. Unfortunately, report cards can also bring stress: kids don’t want to anger or disappoint their parents, and poor grades can cause serious concerns for parents. Take Action! Consider the first report card of the school year a warning sign; treat […]

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When the coronavirus pandemic shut schools down last March, students’ grades also froze in place. Students eventually switched to online learning, but the school work they submitted during that time did not contribute toward their final report card. A Different Learning Experience With social distancing and online learning now part of the way that students […]

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The end of the school year is an important milestone for students. While the transition from one grade to the next always worth celebrating, not every grade is marked with the pomp and circumstance of graduation. However, the end of EVERY grade, whether it is a graduation year or not, is a time for review and reflection. Along […]

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