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    Move over, summer--a new school year is quickly approaching! To help you and your child prepare for the upcoming school year, here are few back-to-school tips to kick-start the new year and get you prepared for a fresh start.

    1. Get back into your bedtime routine.To help make school mornings less stressful, set up a regular bedtime routine to help prepare your child for school the next day. Begin your usual school bedtime routine about a week or so before school starts.
    2. Shop for school supplies together. To get your child excited about starting a new grade, shop for supplies together. Allow them to pick out their own backpack, lunchbox, etc. This is a great way to give them a little bit of responsibility too!
    3. Re-establish school routines. Have your child practice getting back into the rhythm of their daily school routine. You can do this by having them wake up at the same time every day, and eat around the same time they would at school. About a week or so before school starts, plan a few outside activities where your child will have to leave and come home around the same time they would if they were in school. This will help them be rested and ready for the big day.
    4. Turn off the TV and video games. For a lot of children summertime is filled with endless video games and TV programs. Children are usually in shock when they begin school and realize that six hours of their day is going to spent learning and not playing games and watching TV. Ease your child into the learning process by turning off the electronics and encouraging them to read or play quietly.

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  • December 12
    Weekly Life Skill Assembly

    For the month of December we are focusing on the life skill of CARING: I can do it now. I can get it started.

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    A Partnership of Sonoma State University and Cotati-Rohnert Park Unified School District University Elementary School at La Fiesta (K-5) will empower children to become active, curious, creative, and effective thinkers in a diverse community of learners. Parents, community members, university students, SSU faculty, local teachers, administrators, and the children themselves will work collaboratively to create an effective, reflective, and joyful learning community.

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