Sunday, August 2, 2009

New Tips for the New School Year!

Well it's that time of year, parents are beginning to prepare children for the school year. Along with a new teacher comes new rules and new friends, Another thing that comes along with going to school is the exhaustion that comes at the end of the day that can lead to misbehavior. ProActive Parenting wants to support parents as the family adjusts to all the changes the new school year brings. We are running a BOGO Back to School Special for the month of August. This is your chance to purchase a seminar and get another one for free. A chance to find words, tips and methods that will support you as your change behavior and adjust to the new school year. Interested? Go to www.proactiveparenting.net and get all the information you need to support you and your family as a new school year begins.

Sharon Silver
ProActive Parenting
Dedicated to Helping Parents Raise Children, Not Just Correct Behavior
www.proactiveparenting.net

3 comments:

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Lori

Kate said...

Success in school is so much easier for students who are organized. Keeping their schedule up to date and all their work in one place can provide room in their busy brains for learning and studying, instead of wasting time or losing work. Check out Office Live Workspace for a great back to school tool. It offers users the ability to create, save, access, and share documents and files online for free. There is even a plug-in for MS Office that lets users save files to the online Workspace directly from Office applications. That way, it will automatically back up the file online, and it can be simply accessed from any other computer with internet access. Never worry about students forgetting essays at home or being unaware of assignments’ due dates.

Cheers,
Kate
MSFT Office Live Outreach Team

http://www.workspace.officelive.com
http://www.facebook.com/officelivestudent

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