Messy Student and School Organizing Tips

10 School Organizing Tips To Start The Year Strong (For All Ages)

Organization can make or break your student’s level of success in school because it’s one of those “cornerstone” habits that impacts almost every other area in their academic lives.

Here is a list of ten school organizing tips for your family to start off the new school year strong (and keep those habits going throughout the year.)

Why math is often misunderstood and how to help your child

Why Math is Often Misunderstood (and How to Prevent Falling Behind at the Start of the New School Year)

As parents, we want to see our children thrive in school, and that includes math class. But math is one of those subjects that students often either love or find incredibly challenging and frustrating.

Since math is often misunderstood, we asked our Math Tutor and Program Manager, Susan Poppiti, J.D., to weigh in on why it’s so important to ensure students who don’t have a strong math foundation at the start of the school year have a support system in place.

Planning ahead and Sunday sessions

Preparing for a Successful School Year and the Power of Sunday Sessions

Strong executive function skills often make all the difference between daily family stress over academics and helping your child become more independent and successful this school year.

In this blog, we asked one of our experienced executive function coaches to weigh in on the type of support kids need to cultivate their executive function skills at the start of the new school year. Plus, learn about the power of Sunday Sessions.