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Effectively Handling School Behavior at Home

Effectively Handling School Behavior at Home

Child behavior problems are never isolated to home or school. As a parent, you are present at home to address behavior problems when they arise. However, when your child is in a classroom at school behavioral problems can occur while you are not present.  What do you do? How do you address the child? These are essential questions that you are probably asking about your child right now!
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The Powerful Effects of Parent Involvement in Education

The Powerful Effects of Parent Involvement in Education

Whether they are at home or at school, children need opportunities to continue learning outside of the classroom. From big transitions to everyday life, parents involvement in education is what keeps children grounded and emotionally secure. Being actively involved in your child’s education is a tremendously positive way to not only reinforce what they are learning at school but also build a stronger relationship with your child through learning.
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It’s The Most Wonderful Time of The Year!

It’s The Most Wonderful Time of The Year!

The thrill of summer is quickly turning into the excitement of a new school year!

The Teachers at HCA will be back next week to start in-service and prepare for your students to join us on August 13, for the first day of school!

We are thrilled to welcome 3 new teachers to the HCA family this year.  Miss Joy Brown will be teaching Kindergarten, Miss Miranda Bayes will be teaching First Grade, and Mr. Roy Hobson will be teaching will be teaching Fifth Grade!

Our modular classrooms are almost ready and the final touches are being completed to finalize these new classrooms for the new school year.

This is a good time to make sure that all of your paperwork is in and your accounts are current and ready for the fall.

It’s a great day at HCA!  See you soon!

10 Exciting Activities For Your Kids to Stay Active and Learning Through the Summer

10 Exciting Activities For Your Kids to Stay Active and Learning Through the Summer

Did you know that by the time your child reaches the 6th grade, they will have had to relearn two years worth of material that they forgot over the summer months? On top of that, it can take your child up to two months to get their brain development back on track after summer. This is commonly known as “summer slide” – the fact that your kids will forget a portion of their learning throughout the summer months.
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