Stressed About Summer For K-12? It’s Not Too Late to Figure it Out!   POSTPONED!

How should K-12 kids spend their summer - playing, learning, volunteering?

This webinar will address the importance of how summers can affect your child’s success in the upcoming school year and what factors to consider. The focus will be on K-5, middle school, and high school.

Questions are welcome before, during, and after the talk. Discussion will be enhanced if video is on to make it an engaging conversation that helps everyone.

Monday, May 23rd
5:30pm - 6:30pm PT

HCSF Members: Free
Non-members: $10

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Tatum B. Hutton, AB ’94
Tatum is an expert on learning after working in education for 20 years. Tatum is a certified teacher and taught for several years in both private and public high schools. In 2009, she founded Custom Academics, LLC. It is a customized approach using positive reinforcements to teach independent learning

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