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Concussion Difficulties for High School Students

By Shirley M. R. Minster, M. S. Ed. © 2017 I have worked with more than a few high school students who have had one or more concussions and I know how difficult a time it is for both the student and the parents. There are many considerations that must be taken into account. High […]

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The Royal Academy Falcon – News and important dates

  Welcome back to school, students and parents! And it’s a pleasure to bring back The Falcon, our quarterly newsletter. First Quarter News and Notes (September 8 – November 6) Here it is the beginning of the year and already we’re talking about the end of the quarter. Please mail the work packet by November […]

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LEARNING SIGHT WORDS

Just found a new website that helps young children to learn sight words.  Of course, we still hold to the teaching of phonics, but some words just don’t follow the rules.  Check this out.  http://www.sightwords.com.  You may find some games or techniques you have never tried before.   Penny

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Dyslexia Font available for Free

NPR’s Bill Chappell reported this wonderful opportunity: You may go to NPR to see this   For Dyslexics, A Font And A Dictionary That Are Meant To Help November 11, 201412:16 PM ET BILL CHAPPELL Twitter i The Dyslexie font uses slight changes between similar letters to help keep dyslexic readers from confusing them. Dyslexie […]

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College Information Fairs for Potential Parents and Students

Trinity College in Harford Connecticut is hosting a preview weekend, Sunday, November 9 through Monday, November 10.  It is an overnight program for high school seniors to explore both academic and social aspects of the college, meet the faculty and students and interview with a member of their staff.  You must apply by Monday, October […]

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