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Distance Learning Tips

Distawoman on laptop with child in the background on laptopnce learning can cause stress and anxiety for your family. The uncertainty of what your child will be expected to do and determining how you will get him/her to complete assignments while juggling distant learning  and your job responsibilities, are just a few of the stressors.  These resources may help alleviate some of that stress. 

Twin Rivers will supplying you with many of the resources needed to best support your child. Your best resource will be your child’s teacher!  Ridgepoint teachers will be working hard to provide you with information to support your child and will provide content to assist through distant learning.

Don’t be afraid to ask questions and reach out to teachers and administrators, talk to designated points of contact about the struggles you are having and always reach out to your contacts when you have questions or in doubt.  

Remember! Teachers, educators, and parents all share a common goal! That goal is to provide your student with the best opportunity to learn and make progress within their education.

Collaborate with your child’s teacher, school administration, friends, family, and co-workers to get helpful ideas and work through problems. It is okay to ask questions, we are all in this together.


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