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Beat summer learning loss – plan ahead to have a successful summer!

Fri. 05/25/2018

If your child struggles in school now is the time to start thinking about ways to avoid the “summer slide” – the learning loss that students can experience over summer …


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Win Tickets to Hamilton, an American Musical, on Broadway

Thu. 05/24/2018

Imagine you and three of your closest friends in New York, at the Richard Rogers Theater, going back to the era of the Founding Fathers with Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Tony-winning musical. …


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The Summit School to Host Conference on Anxiety Understanding Anxiety: Supporting Children in the Classroom and Beyond, Saturday, April 14, 2018, 8:00 am – 3:30 pm

Thu. 03/01/2018

Diagnosable anxiety disorders are on the rise, according to the National Institute of Mental Health, reporting that an estimated 31.9% of U.S. adolescents aged 13-18 have an anxiety disorder. Anxiety …


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Tutoring – Could This Provide the Support Your Child Needs?

Tue. 02/27/2018

Your child is struggling in school. Your participation in homework is increasingly essential to complete assigned tasks.  Conversations with your child’s teacher indicate they are falling further and further behind.  …


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Your Child Struggles with Reading – Finding the Right Resources

Wed. 01/24/2018

You Are Not Alone According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities , learning and attention issues are more common than many people think, affecting up to 1 in 5 children. Students …


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Summer at Summit – Summer Camp Registration NOW OPEN

Fri. 01/19/2018

The Summit Resource Center is pleased to offer a robust selection of summer camps.  All are designed to build self-confidence and get the boost students need for a successful academic …


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Successful Parent-Teacher Conferences, What You Need to Know.

Thu. 12/21/2017

During the academic year, usually near the end of the first marking period, schools invite (encourage) parents to come in for parent teacher conferences. Conference time can create all kinds …


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Disorganized Students: Helping Your Child Develop Successful Habits

Mon. 09/18/2017

Has this happened to you? Your once-thriving child starts to struggle. Homework isn’t handed in, doesn’t come home or maybe its missing all together. Textbooks and study guides are left …


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It’s the Most Wonderful Time of Year – Back to School! Planning for Your Child’s Academic Success.

Mon. 08/28/2017

Planning for a Successful School Year Summer’s wrapping up, books and supplies bought, physicals done and suitable clothes are making their way to the front of the closet – yes …


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Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder – Is This Your Child?

Fri. 08/04/2017

In today’s world, everything is fast paced.  Electronic communication gives us no down time. We don’t have the luxury of waiting for “snail-mail” communication before we respond.   As adults we …


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