|Posted on August 4, 2015 at 10:30 AM|
“You can build a home and it can burn down. You can marry and divorce or become a widow(er). You can create a wonderful life and loose it all, but one thing no one can ever take away from you is Your Education. With “IT” you can re-build your life all over again!" -CM
It is my mission to reconnect people to a Greater Expression of Health and Vitality by Clearing and Expanding Energy Flow in the Nervous System. Another great Passion is to Educate our community at a Global Level on ways to Live a Powerful Life! A Catalyst for Transformation and Growth is our Education. As one of my favorite women once said, “You can build a home and it can burn down. You can marry the perfect man and divorce or become a widow. You can create a wonderful life and loose it all, but one thing no one can ever take away from you is Your Education. With “IT” you can build it all again!"
With that in mind, I have asked a couple of wonderful educators and influencers in the future of our children for “Back to School Tips” so that we start to prepare for a successful new school year. It is my Pleasure and Honor to share the first few tips from a Beautiful Woman whom first impacted my daughter’s life as a school counselor. Susana Ginory is beautiful woman inside and out with. With a glowing smile and profound blue sky eyes Susana Ginory is a Successful Mother, Wife and Educational Leader in our community. As I wore to her and asked her for tips to help our back to school journey be a good one, here is what she had to share:
1. Parents are a Child's First Teacher, therefore discipline naturally begins at home. Remember that children emulate everything we do. Be a good role-model, talk to them when they have made a bad choice and help them come up with ways they could have handled the situation differently. Don't feel bad about setting ground rules and consequences for their behavior at home and at school. Remember to give them positive reinforcement too for doing the right thing. Children thrive with boundaries. If they are allowed to do whatever they want, then that's exactly what they will do both at home and at school.
2. Set a Routine before the Actual Routine. Help your child start getting back into their back to school bedtime a few days prior to the first day of school. This will help ease their transition back into their school day. Young children need at least 9-10 hours of sleep in order for them to feel rested and ready to learn!
3. Create a Visual Routine Reminder. Make school a priority and mornings a routine so that they know exactly what to do when without needing constant reminders. Create a visual for them so you don't have to keep repeating yourself. Review what the morning will be like to help them get back into their school schedule. Children need to arrive to school on time everyday in order to feel a strong sense of belonging and security. You can go to http://www.attendanceworks.org/about/what-can-i-do/parents/ for more parent tips.
Thank you Mrs. Ginory for your commitment to the betterment of the future for our children!