I had one word for public school before I jumped into the arena, and that was intimidating.
The idea of putting my child in someone else’s hands was a lot.
I was scared, he was scared, we were all scared.
Yes, I had friends at school but they seemed to act like it all came so easily and naturally.
And I was just scared.
I remember the night my oldest’s Kindergarten teacher called a few days before school started. I had never felt such relief. To have a voice that held his future made me feel SO much better.
That night I vowed to support him in however/whatever he was doing.
And that same feeling was the feeling behind my book, Supporting Success.
- If you’re wanting to get the tips and tricks to making the school year a success for both you and your child. This is the book for you.
- If you’re looking to support your child in all the amazing things he’ll learn and do in school. This is the book for you.
- If you’re wishing your school experience went better last year, and you want to make a change. This is the book for you.
I even have a little video to explain it a bit more. 🙂
I also have a freebie that gives you some ideas for after school — my after-school checklist.
I’m super excited to share it with you. You can learn more here or purchase it right here: