Reading comprehension is a skill that follows children throughout their entire lives. Decoding and understanding text happens everywhere, even in our digital world. Help your child improve his/her comprehension and reading fluency.
Glow crazy at the Junior High Neon Night Dodgeball Tournament and Dance Party on Friday, August 26. Sign-up a team of 6-8 or come cheer on your favorite players. Tickets are $5. The winning team will receive a year of free Dress Down Wednesdays. This event is for 6th-8th grades only.
Words are the building blocks of communication. Comprehension vastly improves when a reader knows the meaning of the words on the page; and the main goal of reading is comprehension. For all students, English natives and ESL, a strong vocabulary benefits learning activities: reading, speaking, and listening. It boils down to the fact that the more words a child knows, the better their comprehension can become.
Join us for a special night of family fun with all proceeds contributing towards Heritage’s effort to go green with solar panels.
Transitioning into middle school is a big change for students and parents. It requires more adept time management skills, independent responsibility, and a tougher course load. However, with the right tips, students can develop lifelong skills to help them succeed in all future academic endeavors. We have developed a list of beneficial habits to help your child transition and flourish in the upper grade levels.
To celebrate the start of a new school year, Heritage invites all students to attend our Back-to-School bash on August 26, from 6-8 p.m.