How To Deal With A Bad Report Card (And Make The Next One Better)

Bad report cards can be very stressful for both parents and the students receiving them. It can cause tension between you and your child and […]

Back-to-School Basics for Elementary Parents

It’s a teacher’s most wonderful time of the year – time to start a new school year! We’re ready to serve our Kindergarten through 5th […]

When Elementary School Goes Virtual

I teach Kindergarten at FLVS.  I know, teaching Kindergarten VIRTUALLY sounds nearly impossible. So, here’s how it works.  Most of our FLVS Flex Elementary students are […]

Week of the Young Child

This week, the National Association for the Education of Young Children is recognizing young learners by celebrating early learning, young children, their teachers, and their families. […]

We Appreciate Our FLVS Flex Elementary Teachers!

The primary goal of FLVS Flex Elementary is to serve the students and families of Florida within a creative learning atmosphere utilizing a highly-effective curriculum. […]

Study Break Tips: How To Take A Study Break That Works

How To Take A Study Break That Actually Works Reviewing class lessons, finishing homework assignments, and studying for tests takes a lot of time, effort, […]

Understanding Literacy and Your Child

Literacy. It’s a term that we are all familiar with, but what does it really mean? We all know that literacy is the ability to […]

Elementary Success with Empathy and Design Thinking by @SamPatue

There are so many different challenges and opportunities awaiting us as the teachers and I work together to create awesome learning experiences for our students. […]

Best Practices for Identifying Gifted Students from Underrepresented Populations

An article last week in the Palm Beach Post, “Why Gifted Kindergarten in 70 Percent White,” criticized the environment surrounding gifted and talented programs in […]

3 Ways that Participation in Athletics Can Prepare Students for Academic and Professional Success

  A recent consensus report has drawn a link between academic performance and athletic participation, yet schools across the country are cutting their athletic budgets. […]

Five Principles of Extraordinary Math Teaching

Math can be a difficult subject that many students find themselves struggling with. In this TEDx talk, Dan Finkel explains why it’s important to provide […]

Hanover Research K-12 Industry Report

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