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Back to Middle School

The first day of school is closer than you think. Are your kids ready? Here are some things to think about.

  1. According to a U.S. Department of Education report, when parents are involved in education, children's grades and test scores are higher. Here's how you can participate.

  2. Help your kids make the transition from elementary to middle school. Keep the lines of communication open!

  3. Take a few tips from a teacher on preparing your kids to go back to school.

  4. What do you do when your child is stressed out about going back to school? Get expert advice from our family therapist.

  5. How is middle school different? Take a look what 11-year-olds are up to.

  6. Back to school fashion is a hot topic. Find out why kids are wearing those baggy pants.
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