Are you frustrated because you spend hours on homework, but your grades are still slipping?
Do you feel lost trying to juggle school, family, friends, and activities?
Are your text books crammed with loose papers, so that you constantly lose your assignments?
Do you feel embarrassed by the condition of your locker, backpack, or bedroom?
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Middle school and high school are full of new tasks and priorities. You are now responsible for maintaining multiple areas (bedroom, backpack, locker) and preparing schoolwork for several teachers, each with different styles and expectations. You may have done really well in elementary school, but now you can't seem to "get your act together". Your parents have tried to help, but you end up arguing over the state of your room, your grades, and your life. It can be completely overwhelming to handle your new school environment, unless you have learned some fundamental organizational skills.
How would you like to:
Find your homework in 10 seconds or less!
Carry less in your backpack and still have what you need! Have more time to spend with your friends! Increase the peace at home!
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"My son started Middle School and was having such a hard time organizing his binder and locker. Jodi helped him organize his school supplies by creating specific labeled folders for the homework and handouts for each of his subjects. She also worked with him on what to keep in his binder and what to leave in his locker."