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School Materials and Organization

Students need to have their work spaces organized with their school materials and other tools.

Help your student set up a work area. Make sure it has ample space and good lighting. A student working at night is a student who is already tired, make sure the light is bright and focused where it needs to be.

Paper, pens, pencils, erasers, highlighters all tend to wear out, so you need to be aware of reorders. Make sure that your student has copies of textbooks at home to use. There is nothing more frustrating than having an assignment from a textbook and not having one available to use.

If your student must turn in work electronically, make sure all the electronics are in working order. There are various apps that can be used for scanning on a telephone. Make sure the app your student is using works well.

Have a struggling student? Get immediate help. Contact Beth Silver at 310-720-0390 or

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