Hill School is a college preparatory, full-service school for students with dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, ADHD, high-functioning ASD, and other learning differences. Hill School is launching its first-ever kindergarten class, starting in August for the 2017 – 2018 school year.
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It’s that time of year again! Summer is in full swing. Vacations, long days at the pool, and laid back schedules have become the norm. With each passing day, we are inching closer and closer to the beginning of another school year. Whether you are a “cheers” or a “tears” kind of mama at the […]
Dear Kindergarten Mom, The moment you have simultaneously dreaded and anticipated for more than a half a decade is finally here: Your child’s first day of kindergarten. The first day of school is a mix of emotions, to be sure; on the one hand, you celebrate your child’s newfound independence (not to mention yours!), and, […]
In the past, summer has just been a continuation of the year. My stay-at-home mom responsibilities have been the same — no matter the season. This summer is different. My oldest (turning six in June) will be heading to first grade, and my youngest (turning five in October) will start Pre-K4 full time in the […]
Now that I am entering the middle school years with my children, I find myself reflecting back on the elementary days and the milestones we’ve covered so far. I certainly can’t believe we are already here. Seems like yesterday they were learning how to sound out letters and practicing with blunt tip scissors. The pressure […]
In a few short weeks, I will send my first-born off to Kindergarten! I still can’t believe that we are already at this milestone. Five years flew by and we are about to embark on his “educational career”. This former teacher mommy is super excited. As excited as I am about this, it’s weird to […]