Transitioning Back To Full Time School

The school year has begun, and we are all relieved yet stressed to be back to full-time, in-person learning. Here are some things you can do to make this transition as smooth as possible.

Do You Need to Get Caught Up?

If a class is cumulative, you should ensure you learn what you missed. If it was a one time class, you can likely move on without it.

Finding the Holes

Math and Foreign Languages

Take a traditional practice final. Don’t use last year’s modified distance learning version as it is likely to be incomplete. Contact us to get a assesment final.

English and Social Studies

The ability to read for content and write a well written essay is more important than the content. Use this year's assignments to assess reading and writing abilitties.

Filling the Holes

Ask teachers for help, do it yourself or contact us, but make sure that you get your student caught up.

Go Easy

The transition will have ups and downs. Be gentle with yourself and your students to help it go smoothly.

Expunge Bad Grades

You can convert any low grade to pass/not pass. Learn more here