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The Best Time of Year

Land Mass: Island

Creating a book of Land Masses

No one needs me to tell them that the first week of September is a major time of transition– for children AND their parents.

Bedtimes shift, driving patterns change, even grocery shopping habits are different. Remember how hard it was for your child to adapt to daylight savings? That was nothing compared to the first week of school. Has the dust settled for your family? It takes time for routines to be fully ingrained. Be patient.

We will talk about routines, predictability, intellectual development, perseverance, independence, classroom expectations, community, optimism and all the other Evergreen values at our Back-to-School Night on Wednesday.

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