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12Aug

Lunches and how to see your schedule

Lunches this year? Where's my schedule? Many questions have come up regarding the 2020-21 school year. One is "Will lunches still be available?" The answer is "Yes!" The San Juan USD provides lunches for Choices, and they will be serving lunches at various school sites throughout the district. To see…

12May

FREE INTERNET!

FREE INTERNET! The California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA), the City of Sacramento and the Sacramento Regional Transit District (SacRT) have teamed up to equip buses with free wireless super hotspots in communities with limited high-speed internet access during the COVID-19 pandemic. The 10 WiFi Buses are outfitted with combinations of…

16Apr

Pros and Cons of Video Games for Kids with ADHD

Today’s tweens and teens spend a lot of their free time playing video games. Are you concerned by this? Are video games good or bad for kids? You be interested in watching this video featuring Jodi Gold, M.D. She is a board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrist and author of Screen-Smart…

08Jan

Identify Cyberbullying & Stand up to it!

Technology is an integral part of our lives today and we cannot imagine our lives being run, staying away from it. However, like every medicine, technology has its side-effects because it provides everyone a platform to do their deeds - good or bad! In today’s world, technology is accessible to…

21Dec

Research shows that class size matters a lot!

There is often disagreement over class size. Does it really make a difference? Well, the latest research out of Northwestern University published for the National Education Policy Center at the University of Colorado Boulder makes it very clear, size does matter, a lot. The study shows that class size is an important…

03Mar

School Bullying Can Leave Lifelong Scars

As a society, we are more aware of bullying than ever. We hear about bullying regularly in social media outlets and on the news. But how really damaging is bullying? Here's a few statistics. According to a 2015 report from the U.S. Department of Education, when students are bullied as children,…

02Jan

Family Tip of the Week: Routines and schedules start the year right

The start of a new school year is exciting. But it means kids and parents will need to make some adjustments. Here are some ways to get your family back into a good routine for the school year: Set the rules. Make sure your child knows what you expect now…

15Aug

Back to School stress? Here's some tips.

Back to school is a period of stress for students but also for parents. How to ensure that this period goes smoothly? Here’s a few simple tips that will help you prepare for the return. These will help defuse the stress at this time of great change often tinged with…

19May

Family Tip: Help a frustrated student

"I hate school!" "Math stinks!" "I'm dumb!" Statements like these are often signs of a child who's frustrated with schoolwork. When kids get frustrated, they often: Refuse to continue working on something. Quit what they’re working on and go on to something else. Refuse to talk about why. Make statements…

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