Concerned that your young child may have a learning difference? It’s typical for learning differences to be diagnosed starting in 1st grade when a child is 6 or 7. If your child has a family history of learning issues, or you’re just a concerned parent, there are early signs of learning … [Read more...] about Early Signs of Learning Differences
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The inspiration for the title comes from a long-time principal of a North Dallas private school (now retired) who closed every holiday and end-of-school program with, ‘now remember’…. to which the kids would chime in … ‘read, read, read!’ My message today is ‘tour, tour, tour!’ If you ask me what … [Read more...] about Tour, Tour, Tour!
The school year has started, and if you’re considering a private school, it’s time to start preparing. I’ve put together some tips for the best way to get started. Start researching schools now. Spend time looking through private school websites to start narrowing your list of possible schools. … [Read more...] about 5 Tips as You Gear Up for Dallas’s Private School Admissions Season
So how do you help your children make the most of summer vacation? I believe in having downtime, just unscheduled, lazy days. Kids work hard during the school year, both in and out of the classroom, and deserve some periods with nothing planned or going on. To me, that’s summer. However, it … [Read more...] about Making the Most of Summer Vacation
As May approaches, I’m seeing families in various stages of the private school admissions process. I’ve already consulted with a number of ‘early birds,’ families getting a jump on admissions for the 2016-2017 school year. I’ve visited with anxious families whose children are on waiting lists. … [Read more...] about Dallas Private School Admissions, Tips For Where You Are Right Now