With fall, the first report cards and parent-teacher conferences of the academic year arrive. Thus, we’re reviving a topic from last autumn.
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.
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.
Heritage Elementary Schools, in Glendale and Williams, have had their charters renewed by the Arizona State Board for Charter Schools for another fifteen years. We look forward to continuing to serve the children and families of Arizona. Heritage Elementary: building a strong foundation for every child.