My Student is Struggling – What do I do now?
As the school year continues to get deeper into the year and class work increases in depth of knowledge, learning, and understanding students begin to feel the pressures more and more. Pressures from classroom work load, subjects getting deeper into their specifics, teachers continuing to move along and requiring better performance, parents wanting their children to do the best they can to get the perfect grades, all while students yearn to please parents and others, it is easy for students to begin to struggle. Many students bring home class work nightly and become frustrated with the work loads.
The Spartans have had a fantastic start to the school year. Students have become re-acquainted with their friends they have not seen since last spring. Students are also digging in with their classes and moving along at a great pace. Teachers are continually teaching at a mastery level so students can get the most from their education. The building shines as if it were a brand new school rather than looking like it has been around going into our 5th year here.
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