Now that your teen or tween has summer on the brain, I'd love to know, how did the end of the school year go?
Did they get the grades they wanted, or did they struggle a bit?
Did they pass all their final exams, or was study prep hard for them?
Did they pass their classes, or do they have to take summer school?
If this year finished well for you and your teen, then I am so excited that all their hard work paid off! But, if your teen didn't get the grades that they worked so hard for, then you might be looking for some additional summer resources.
Here's the thing. Summers are the perfect time to help your student catch up on their studies so that they can be better prepared for the start of the new school year in the fall. That is why I highly encourage students to work on improving their academic skills over the summer, while their is no pressure to perform in school.
That is why I have created an additional resource just for YOU!
Right now, you can sign up for the free workshop called "How to help your teen beat the summer slide with study prep skills".
In this workshop, you will learn,
my personal story of failure in school
how much the summer slide affects your teen
why you should never use summer school
the problem with private tutoring
which skills your child really needs
and much more!
You can join me for this free workshop by signing up right here.
I'm ready to kick start this summer to help you make this the best summer yet! You may only have a few summers left with your child. So my goal is to help make this the perfect summer for school prep skills so that they will be totally equipped to take on any academic challenge that the next school year may hold for them!
I can't wait to see you there!
Hey there! My name is Rachael and I have been a private tutor for over 10 years. I earned my undergraduate degree in 2 and a half years and earned my graduate degree by age 22. I have tutored dozens of high school students, college students, and graduate students. I offer support, encouragement, and resources to help parents learn how to best help their teen or child that is struggling in school.