Adjusting To A New School

Adjusting To A New School

Tips for Adjusting to a New School   For those of us in North Texas, August means it’s time to get your children ready for school once more. Picking out backpacks, going clothes shopping and finding all the right school supplies can be hectic enough. However, when you’ve moved and your children have to start all over in a new district, there’s even more to worry about!   Summer fun can make the sunny months fly by. It’s easy to forget that with the beginning of school comes excitement and anxiety for your little ones -- especially if they’re starting out somewhere new. So help them get adjusted with the back-to-a-new-school strategies below.

Explain why you’ll be moving. Whether you’re moving states or just school districts, it’s best to give your children as much notice as possible and explain to them the reason for the change. They’ll need time to get used to the idea and say goodbye to friends.  

Be positive.
As the first day draws near, be positive about what they’ll experience. School will be a place where they’ll learn new things and make great friends.  

Become involved.
Think about joining the PTA, so you can learn about what’s happening in the school, meet teachers and be able to discuss policies and issues with your children.  

Stick to a routine.
A new school is going to hold a lot of unknowns for your little ones. So it’s best to keep a consistent routine at home. This will help children know what to expect and feel they at least have some control in their own space.  

Tap into their feelings.
Your children might be excited or sad about the new change and they’ll need someone to release all of this positive or negative energy upon. Just listen and be sure not to minimize their feelings. They’ll need an understanding ear throughout this adjustment.  

Encourage participation.
While it’s always important for your children to focus on their schoolwork, they would also benefit by joining some sort of club, group or team. The sooner they make friends, the more settled they’ll feel.   Moving to a new school can be tough on your children, which in turn makes it tough on you. If you can set aside the time to prepare for the first weeks, talk positively about their upcoming experiences and take the time to really listen to your children, then adjusting to the new environment can be a smooth transition for all.    

Lisa Cardillo is a real estate agent with JP and Associates REALTORS, she specializes in residential real estate in Collin and Rockwall counties as well as the surrounding communities.  Want a faster sale at a higher price?  Let my education, experience and advanced marketing techniques benefit you on the sale of your home.   Looking at buying or selling real estate?  Call or text me anytime!  214-727-3366    

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