Parent Meeting will be held on Wednesday, August 24, 2022 at 5:00 PM (PAC) on zoom. 

Review the Course Overview Video prior to this meeting.

 

8 Weekly STUDENT - COACH CONNECTIONS:

Wednesdays at 5:00 PM (PAC) 

August 31, 2022 – October 19, 2022

 

Register

Does your middle school child experience any or many of these...

  • trouble controlling emotions or impulses
  • problems with starting, organizing, planning, or completing tasks
  • trouble listening or paying attention
  • short-term memory issues
  • inability to multitask or balance tasks
  • socially inappropriate behavior
  • inability to learn from past consequences
  • difficulty solving problems
  • difficulty learning or
  • processing new information

If these issues aren't addressed, it could lead to ...

  • poor performance in school
  • problems forming or maintaining relationships
  • mood issues
  • low self-esteem
  • avoidance of difficult tasks
  • low motivation or
  • loss of interest in activities

 

As a parent, you want your child to succeed in Middle School. This hybrid course will increase your student’s success in transitioning from elementary school where they had one primary teacher to Middle School where they will have 5-7 teachers with multiple styles, expectations and assignments.

This course is a partnership between you as the parent, your child and Coach Cindi Britton. It includes weekly online LEARNING MODULES for students to view and weekly live COACH CONNECTIONS with other students in the course and Coach Britton. One value of the course is that students will have the opportunity to review the weekly content and also ask questions. A second advantage of this that it is limited to a small group of students to encourage participation and sharing.

What is it worth to you and your child to get a handle on these issues before they cause huge problems?

This program can help your child be successful ...

Register Now!

"I Got This!"

Middle School Student Success Program

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Now is the time to ...

  • Let your child be responsible for their school success
  • Let a professional coach give them the support and strategies they need
  • Let a coach discuss their successes and growth areas weekly.

 

Students will develop their Executive Function Skills,* boosting their ability to

  • Get organized
  • Follow Through
  • Manage School and Home Activities Schedule
  • Plan Ahead

* NOTE: Examples of Executive Function skills include: planning and organization, concentrating and controlling mental focus, analyzing and processing information, controlling emotions and behavior, remembering details, managing time, multitasking, and problem-solving.

8 online modules:

Students will review 8 short videos and complete assignments as appropriate. 

Topics Included:

  • Important School Contacts 
  • Use of a Student Planners
  • Calculating GPA
  • Weekly Grade Monitoring
  • Incomplete Assignments
  • Teacher Contact
  • Planning Ahead
  • Time Management
  • Test and Project Preparation
  • SMART Goals

Parent Meeting:

Wednesday, August 24, 2022 at 5:00 PM (PAC) on zoom. 

Review the Course Overview Video prior to this meeting.

 

8 Weekly STUDENT - COACH CONNECTIONS: 

Students will receive weekly coaching from Dr. Cindi Britton at the STUDENT - COACH CONNECTION on zoom. During the COACH CONNECTION students will meet and discuss successes, challenges, questions and solutions.

 

STUDENT - COACH CONNECTIONS: 

Weekly on Wednesdays at 5:00 PM (PAC) 

August 31, 2022 – October 19, 2022

Sign Up Here
PARENT of Jorge
7th Grade Middle School Student

Jorge has been doing great and has enjoyed his weekly meetings with you. I really appreciate all your time and help. Jorge has picked up some great skills thanks to you!

A.H.

I learned to be organized, to make lists, to keep track of stuff. I learned to make goals and to set up a schedule.

Patrick
6th Grade Private Middle School Student

I learned better study habits, to plan ahead by writing due dates and what I need to do and plan enough time to do it.

Betty

I learned to make SMART goals, how to keep track of my GPA, and how to stay organized. Looking at my GPA and writing it down helps me know what I need to do to get better. I want to continue keeping track of my grades. When I am completed with these SMART goals, I’m going to make a new one.

Nathan
6th Grade Middle School Student

I learned to calculate my GPA and how to concentrate better on my work. I'm more organized using my planner including the agenda that I write my other activities like my martial arts class. I liked sharing ideas with the other members in our group.

I’m committed to concentrating, calculating my GPA weekly, bringing my grades up and writing other activities on my agenda.