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Something to think about… “‘Stop and smell the roses’ isn’t just good advice—it’s also a powerful safeguard against stress. Mindfulness, or the practice of consciously and non-judgmentally observing the present moment, has been linked to better well-being in previous research. … Continue reading
Click Here (English) Click Here (Spanish) to provide us with valuable feedback for our Title One Program in the 2021-2022 School Year UPCOMING PSSA TESTING INFORMATION PSSA Testing Window 2021-2022 Assessment Dates Grades English Language Arts April 25-29, 2022 Grades … Continue reading
In response to your BRAGGING RIGHTS survey feedback, this blog addresses the topic of Active Listening. When you practice active listening, you make the other person feel heard and valued. In this way, active listening is the foundation for any successful conversation. Sometimes … Continue reading
Out of those parents who responded to our BRAGGING RIGHTS survey last month, approximately 59% chose EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION as the number one social skill they would like to see developed in their child. ACTIVE LISTENING and SOCIAL PROBLEM-SOLVING both came … Continue reading
Even as we work through marking period 2, we are discovering new and exciting things about your child. We continually want to get to know each student better, so that we can better assist with meeting each one’s unique needs … Continue reading
HOW TO HELP YOUR CHILD MANAGE STRESS DURING THE HOLIDAYS (https://living.aahs.org/childrens-health/tips-for-helping-teens-manage-stress-during-the-holidays/) A survey by the American Psychological Association found that younger Americans report the highest level of stress among all age groups. In addition to peer, academic, social and family … Continue reading