Spring Time: YA Reading Recommendations

          I Love You So Mochi Sarah Kuhn Available: May 2019 This book is an inspiring story of someone pursuing their dreams, even though it may cause controversy. A young girl travels to Japan to chase her love for the fashion industry and gets the opportunity to explore a new city...
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Spring Cleaning: Student Edition

Re-energize, refuel and use springtime to the fullest by decluttering your desk and environment. A clean workspace is a great way to set yourself up for success so you can be super productive. Step One: Declutter Your Desk Take everything off of your desk and dust/clean it thoroughly. Make sure you especially sanitize your mouse...
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How to Tackle Test Anxiety

Having anxiety when it comes to taking a test can be a normal feeling from time to time. In fact, test anxiety is so common that results from a 2010 study showed that 10-40 percent of students are suffering from it, and it can produce a 12% decline in scores. The good news is that...
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The Power of Gratitude & How to Put it into Practice

With a ton of new recent research available on the benefits of living a grateful lifestyle, we thought it would be helpful to put a quick list together on the most effective ways of putting it into practice. By honing in on the things you are grateful for, it’s likely you will see a positive...
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ADHD & Productivity – Inside the Classroom (Tips & Tricks)

    Get Rid of Distractions! The top 3 distractions in the classroom are usually a noisy, or chatty friend/“neighbor”, bringing a phone into class and trying to sneak screen time, and a cluttered environment/desk space. If you are struggling with a friend who wants to catch up in the classroom, nicely explain that you...
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