After Spring Break……….

After Spring Break is an important time for students of all ages. The time to the end of the school year or the end of a quarter is short. Things tend to go quickly and sometimes furiously!!

This is the time high school teachers must make sure that they cover the curriculum in the amount of time remaining. Make sure your student keeps up with the pace of learning, testing and projects. Final exams come quickly. Make sure your student is prepping for those in advance. This is also the time of year for standardized tests such as AP, SAT 1, SAT 2 and ACT.

Get your student to finish the school year strong. Make sure the work is understood and completed on time. Encourage your student to meet with teachers to find out what the final exam will contain or what the final project will be.

This is the time to make sure your student is enrolled for the coming school year. If you have finished enrollment, take another good look at the combination of courses your student will be taking. Adjustments can be made if necessary.

Questions? Contact Beth Silver. Email:bethcarolsilver@gmail.com. Phone: 310-720-0390.

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