Monthly Archives: September 2019

30 Sep, 2019

How Can a Small School Help Students?

2019-09-27T13:45:46-05:00Monday, September 30, 2019|Learning Strategies, Parents, Private School, Tenney Subscribers|

Small School Communication to Creativity There are many ways in which students can benefit from going to a small school. Not only are they going to get personalized attention which may not be possible in a public school, but each and every area of their life will also improve. Through better communication with their teachers [...]

23 Sep, 2019

The Importance of Developing Study Skills in Middle School

2019-09-23T10:11:41-05:00Monday, September 23, 2019|Learning Strategies, Parents, Teachers, Tenney Subscribers|

During the middle school years, your child may feel able to coast by without developing good study skills. After all, they understand the material; why put any more effort into it? As long as your child's grades look good, you might not worry too much about study skills, either. Unfortunately, if your child waits until [...]

16 Sep, 2019

Back to School Season: Is It Time to Set Up College Visits?

2019-09-16T11:42:45-05:00Monday, September 16, 2019|Education Info, Parents, Tenney Subscribers, Transition Between Schools|

It's time for back to school--and with the approach of that important season, it's also important to start making some critical plans for the year. Do you have a child entering their junior or senior year of high school? If so, this could be the perfect time to start planning college visits. Your child is [...]

6 Sep, 2019

Transitioning to Middle School: Common Problems

2019-09-06T12:31:47-05:00Friday, September 6, 2019|Parents, Tenney Subscribers, Transition Between Schools|

Transitioning to middle school is one of the hardest most students will face. Moving into elementary school is like transitioning to a whole new world. Unfortunately, many parents don't understand what their students will be facing as they move into those critical middle school years. Do you know how to get your child ready for [...]

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