TCISD In Focus Blog
Developing good reading habits from an early age is key to creating a lifelong love of reading in children. Sometimes, however, kids need a little extra help when they start to lose interest or fall behind in their reading skills.
School safety is on everyone’s mind more than ever before, but the concept of building safety into the school day isn’t new.
Most kids generate a little chaos and disorganization. They might flit from one thing to the next – forgetting books at home, missing deadlines or failing to finish projects once started.
As students start another school year, parents are eager to know the details of their day, but sometimes finding out how your child’s day went seems as hard as bathing a cat.
Some call it “summer learning loss,” others call it the “summer slump.” Either way, the idea is the same: without regular practice, new skills and knowledge fade.
With no homework or school to worry about, summer can be the perfect time for kids and teens to crack open a great book.
Whether it’s a toy-related conflict, a tough math equation, or negative peer pressure, kids of ALL ages face problems and challenges on a daily basis.
If COVID has been emotionally taxing for adults, think about how traumatic it is for kids who are still developing coping mechanisms.
Starting next fall, 48 Texas City ISD kindergarteners will have the opportunity to be a part of the district’s new two-way dual language program, which is intended to increase bilingual education among both native English and Spanish-speaking students.
The use of technology and the cultivation of digital literacy has become more important than it’s ever been.