My Child Is Struggling in School, Now What?

The Summit School is a leader and innovator in educating students with dyslexia and other learning differences. We are committed to not only a rigorous program designed to prepare students for success in high school and beyond, but also raising awareness of children with learning differences and connecting families to available resources.

The Summit School, through the Summit Resource Center, is pleased to announce a series of Community Talks, open to the public and free of charge. These talks will be held virtually and are designed to bring relevant, timely and actionable information to parents and educators. Participants will gain valuable information, have access to experts and highly trained professionals and will take away resources that can be used immediately.

April 20, 2021 – My Child is Struggling in School, Now What?

Not finishing homework, having trouble making friends, struggling in class – if these concerns sound familiar don’t be instantly alarmed – it’s natural for students to struggle at least a little in school. But if your child is consistently facing the same issues, not keeping up with their classmates, or homework is a constant battle, it may be time to find out more.

During this time of remote learning, parents have gained new insights into how their children learn. They see first-hand their child’s successes and difficulties and have an increasing number of questions about their child’s academic growth. Now, more than ever, parents know when things  just aren’t right.

This Community Talk will help parents understand their child’s learning profile. Participants will learn more about learning differences such as dyslexia, executive functions disorder, working memory challenges, attention-deficit, and dysgraphia.

Many successful people once struggled in school because they learn in a different way. Join us and learn what’s next for your bright child struggling in school.