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The Same System Doesn’t Work for Every Student

by Kathy Jenkins

“Be who you are and say what you feel.  Those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.” Dr. Seuss I love fifth grade. It is the last year students have to be kids before middle school. And, it is last year to learn organizational skills before entering middle school – learning personalized organizing […]

Successful Goal Setting Skills for Students

by Kathy Jenkins
“4 Tips to Make Goal Setting for Students Easy” from StudyRight, Skylar suggests these for tips for developing goal setting skills for students.

“Goal setting is a very important skill for students. Few things matter more,” says author Skylar Anderson.  In his article “4 Tips to Make Goal Setting for Students Easy” from StudyRight, Skylar suggests these for tips for developing goal setting skills for students. #1: Set goals Having some sort of goal setting rhythm will become […]

Organized for anything with the Wunderlist App

by Kathy Jenkins
The Wunderlist App helps you manage multiple work projects, it will help you check off all your personal and professional to-dos.

Good morning!  Are you looking at your day and don’t know how to organize everything that you have to do… grocery shopping, laundry, ballet, soccer, birthday part, early school dismissal, etc.  Let us help you organize your day, your week, month and year with this handy and convenient app – Wunderlist! The Wunderlist App is […]

3 Ways to Less Stress: Study Skill

by Kathy Jenkins
3 tips to better study skills

Getting homework done on time, study for tests, and accomplish all their assignments and chores before bedtime can be a real stress – to the students and the parents.  Being organized and manage time efficiently doesn’t always come naturally for kids, but there are ways a parent can help encourage these habits and make good […]

The Future is Now

by Kathy Jenkins

January 26 Sunday: 1 – 4 pm There is so much to consider when contemplating your future. But before you can even begin to think about your career you must think about continuing your education. What best meets your needs, an apprenticeship, a technical school or college? How do you stay organized through the process? […]

Becoming an Organized Student (Grades 6-12)

by Kathy Jenkins

Is your child underperforming academically because he/she just isn’t organized, can’t find homework in a ‘black-hole’ backpack, turns papers in late, or has a desk crammed with overflowing papers? Studies have shown that students who lack critical organizational skills are at greater risk of suffering from lower academic success, self-esteem and productivity, and may have […]

Project Management 101

by Kathy Jenkins

Do you find yourself scrambling the night before a project is due? Begging your parents to run to the store to get poster board and markers? Then throwing it all together hoping that you get at least a C. No need to put yourself through this stress. Learn the basics of project management – a […]

Help Your Student Get Organized

by Kathy Jenkins

Most parents dream about having students who always get their homework done on time, study diligently for tests, and accomplish all their assignments and chores before bedtime. In reality, it can be an entirely different story. Being organized and manage time efficiently doesn’t always come naturally for kids, but there are ways a parent can […]

Reaching Your Full Potential (HS) (Grades 9-12)

by Kathy Jenkins

NEW! Is your child underperforming academically because he/she just isn’t organized; can’t find homework in a “black-hole” backpack, turn papers in late, or has a desk crammed with papers falling out? Studies have shown that kids who lack critical organizational skills are at greater risk of suffering from lower academic success, self-esteem and productivity, and […]