Back to School Tutoring

Back to School Tutoring — What Options Are Available?

Back to school season can cause anxiety for everyone – students, teachers, and parents.  Students worry about homework, teachers fret about standardized tests, and parents hope for good grades.  No matter the problem, back to school tutoring may be the solution. Click here for four tips to help you get ready to go back to school! Don’t Wait for a …

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How to Stay Organized This Spring

The time has come for spring cleaning, which means it’s also time to get organized!  No matter how old you are, staying organized is a difficult thing.  One lazy day and you find that nothing is in its place.  It can be especially challenging is you struggle with weak executive functioning skills or Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).  That’s why we …

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Struggling with Organization? Get a Tutor!

“Robert didn’t turn in his homework.” “Anika lost her assignment notebook.” “But mom, my book is in my locker.” Sound familiar? Everyone is a little disorganized from time to time. But constant disorganization can cause stress, anxiety, and low levels of self-esteem. Looking for a way to solve the problem? Hire a tutor!   North Coast Education Services will team …

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Get Your Student Organized for the New School Year

Do you consider yourself an organized person? Do you find yourself making to-do lists and stacking papers in piles to keep your desk neat? What about your student? Is your student checking off assignments, or is their backpack a complete disaster? It will probably come as no surprise that there is a direct correlation between organization and success. Whether you’re …

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How To Organize Your “Stuff” — A Simple Organizational System for School Work

Keep It Simple — Keep Your Sanity. Getting organized is most challenging at the beginning of the school year.  While many students struggle with organization, it often seems chaotic for children with learning disabilities like ADD/ADHD or LD.  Many of these children struggle with executive functioning skills. We recommend a very simple and proven organizational system.  We find that many …

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