Counselor

COUNSELOR'S CORNER 
Mrs. Friend 
        

Establishing a daily routine is one way to help your child do well in school. Consider some of these routines to help your child feel more:
 
Relaxed. Music can help your child avoid the morning rush. Play a soothing tape and ask him/her to be ready when it is over.

Tip: Set out clothes the night before to save time and reduce stress.

 
Energized. A good breakfast increases concentration. Offer your child healthy choices.
 
Connected. Talking about the school day lets your child know you care. Ask him/her to share two good things that happened during the day
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Prepared. Studying a little every day is the best way to learn new material. Help your child choose a time for homework when he/she is most alert and try not to change it.
 
Rested. A set bedtime helps kids fall asleep more quickly. Suggest that your child get in bed 15 minutes early to read, make up stories, or talk quietly with you
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