It’s hard to believe that here in Georgia where temps are up into the 90’s that the new school year is about to start. Schools are opening the first week in August. So, even though it feels like summer, make a plan to have the transition into this school year the best one yet! Set the stage. Have a positive attitude. Don’t go on about how hot it is and how you can’t believe they are starting school. Don’t express any worry or doubts you might have (I know that third grade is
It seems unreal that it is already time for school to begin but yet it is indeed that time. Planning ahead will make the transition from school break to back-to-school less stressful. School generates a lot of paper even though more and more of it is on line. Make a plan for it now.
You will likely receive: General school information such as calendar of events, school hours, rules, fees, team sports available, contact information, PTA news Welcome letter from your child’s te
The last day of school is almost here! The children are soooo ready for this final day (not to mention the teachers). On the last day, you just know they are going to run home, dump their school stuff in a corner, and run off to play. OK, so give them one day. But that pile in the corner has to be handled and throwing it into a closet is not the answer. Those stacks of old school papers, that whiffy backpack, old supplies, and the end of year mementos have got to be dealt w
The last day of school is almost here! The children are sooooo ready for this final day and the beginning of summer break. On the last day you just know they are going to rush home, dump their school stuff in a corner, and run off to play. OK, so give them one day. But, that pile in the corner has to be handled. Those stacks of old school papers, that whiffy backpack, and the end of year mementos have got to be dealt with before summer can really begin. Clear a space – maybe