Cyber charter school parents have big shoes to fill! Not only do they raise their children, but many also serve as a Learning Coach partner for their student’s education. Our cyber school parents are dedicated individuals who want to see their child thrive. In honor of Parent Appreciation Week, here are seven reasons why we love cyber school parents — especially cyber charters!
When the first Monday in September rolls around, people in corporations, small businesses, and even cyber charter schools across the country pause for Labor Day. But what exactly is this holiday, sandwiched between August and October? In this blog, we’ll explore the history of Labor Day, and ways you can celebrate it!
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What's it like to graduate from a cyber charter school, begin a career or family, and then become a Learning Coach for your child at your alma mater? We recently sat down with Faith '11, a busy mother of two boys, to discover why she chose to have her oldest son attend here.
In recent years, our country has seen a significant rise in concerns about bullying, with a particular emphasis on cyberbullying. October is National Bullying Prevention Month, and we're here to examine some signs that your child might be experiencing bullying, as well as offer some tools and trips to resolve and even prevent it. Special thanks to our school counselors for providing insights for this blog post!
Task management: two words that often conjure images of Excel spreadsheets, endless checkboxes, or even chore charts. Before we know it, we’re faced with a list as long as our arm — one that seemingly grows overnight. But does it have to be that way? In this blog, we'll look at strategies to optimize task (and, consequently, time) management for your student and family. Here are our tips for task management for cyber charter students and beyond.
For many children, returning to school is an exciting time of discovery, reuniting with friends, and growth. For others, the loss of carefree summer days can cause apprehension, even panic. Whether your child is attending a brick and mortar school, a cyber charter model, or being homeschooled, here are some ways to help address back-to-school concerns, and ease your child's transition back into the academic year. Here are five tips for managing child back-to-school anxiety.