A new school year is here, and with it comes a host of new challenges.
For some students, the biggest is keeping up with all the new schedules that come their way, and that means a lot of juggling, scheduling, and preparing.
For high schoolers like myself, a change can be jarring at first.
It’s not exactly a surprise that we’re spending more time in the classroom with other kids than before.
But what about when it comes to learning, and when does that shift happen?
“I think kids are learning differently now,” says Kristina Johnson, a high school English teacher in New York City.
“I’ve been able to give my students an opportunity to learn from the perspective of their peers.
It seems like that is a bigger part of the education that’s happening now.”
As we’re all doing our best to keep up with the same schedule, here’s what you can do to keep yourself and your children informed of when your next class starts, and which events are happening around the world:What to expectWhen do you need to know?
The first few days of school can be especially challenging for students, as many of us don’t have the luxury of a schedule to keep in our heads.
So to help ease that transition, check out the most important information in the new year:New school calendar:The school year kicks off in March, with the first school of the school year kicking off March 8.
To ensure your school can meet the schedule you’ll find at the end of the calendar, we’ve prepared a quick guide to everything that’s going on in your school, starting with the calendar itself.
New schedule for March:Starting March 1, there will be no school on April 1, 2018.
So what happens then?
As long as you have a schedule, your school will meet the school calendar and be able to keep the same events going on throughout the school day.
New school schedule for April:If you’re looking for some quick ideas for how to keep your kids on track, we have you covered.
As the new school season rolls around, we’re excited to offer a quick and easy guide to keeping up on all the school schedules that you need.
New schedules for April, 2019:If the new calendar starts off a little rocky, there are some ways to take advantage of the time that is left on your current schedule.
As you can see, you can get a sense of where you’re in your new school calendar with this handy list.
New calendar for March 2019:Starting April 7, 2019, students will be required to take a class that begins with an all-new class schedule.
It will begin on March 12, 2019.
As we’ll all be taking this class, you may want to plan your schedule ahead.
New curriculum for March 2018:Starting February 26, 2019 and ending March 1 of this school year, there is a new curriculum available to you.
This new curriculum will be the most comprehensive yet, as it will include a number of new activities and curriculum elements that are all aimed at helping kids get the most out of their time in school.
New curricula for March, 2019-2020:If all else fails, there’s always the new spring term.
The first week of March is the beginning of a new school term, and the first two weeks of school in April are the beginning and end of a second school term.
If you’d like to know more about the schedule that will be available to your students this spring, visit the new schedule guide to the right.