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Alleviating first-day-of-school jitters The first day of school can create butterflies in the stomachs of parents and children. However, following a few tips can alleviate feelings of nervousness. August and September are prime months for the return to school. Whether this is a child’s first time entering the classroom or he or she has done the back-to-school thing multiple times, it’s not uncommon for feelings of anxiety to arise. There are expectations and unknowns with each and every school year for both the students and their parents. Pivotal years, such as kindergarten, 6th grade for middle-schoolers, freshman year of high school, or the start of college can create added levels of jitters because these years mark entry to a new school or new routine. But keeping a few pointers in mind can alleviate some of the fears. * Keep a routine. It is important for parents and students to get back into the school swing of things a few weeks prior to the first day of school. Start setting alarm clocks for the hour at which kids

will have to awaken, and get them in the habit of rising from bed and starting the day. Try to schedule something to do each day that will be the inspiration for getting moving, such as school supply shopping. Take the carpool route to school, or find out where the school bus stop may be. These practice sessions will enable the family to decide how much time is needed to get ready in the morning and make changes accordingly. * Mention school frequently. Begin talking about school and what is necessary to prepare. Be sure to talk about the more enjoyable aspects of school, such as seeing friends, participating in extracurricular activities and even the change of scenery school provides. Mention the things your child may expect. Hearing about school frequently can reduce feelings of anxiety. * Visit the school. If this is the student’s first time entering this school, you can take advantage of orientation days for new students or schedule an individual

visit to the school. A tour and a meeting with the principal will also assuage some fears of the unknown. This can also calm any apprehension parents may have, because they, too, will know the layout of the school, its policies, and who will be watching over their children. * Don’t be nervous. Children often look to their parents for guidelines on how to behave. A parent who is overly nervous or sad about the first day of school could make their kids nervous, too. Put on a brave face and keep any anxiety hidden until kids have left for school. * Be prepared. Gather supplies, practice the driving route, lay out clothes, make lunch the night before, get a good night’s rest, and set the alarm clock. Knowing all of the controllable factors are handled can ease the mind of parents and students. * Stay positive. Always keep conversations about school geared toward the positive. If children mention things that frighten them, calm those fears and show the

A good source of protein and calcium, yogurt is also filled with helpful bacteria that promote digestive health. * Microwaveable convenience foods come in various shapes and sizes. Choose the healthiest options among them, such as whole-wheat or multigrain waffles or pancakes. These foods are easy to heat and eat on-the-go. * Keep a container of fresh fruit salad in the refrigerator. A bowl of mixed fruit is refreshing and healthy. * Whole grain granola bars that feature fruit and nuts can be a quick meal and a satisfying snack. * Smoothies made from fruit and yogurt are fast and can be stored in portable cups to take in the car on the way to school. * The cereal aisle at the local grocery store is filled with healthy breakfast options. Cereal manufacturers are increasingly reducing the sugar and boosting the fiber content of popular brands. It doesn’t take long to enjoy a bowl

of cereal, even one topped with banana slices or a few strawberries. * Whip up a fast egg sandwich. Saute egg whites in a frying pan and place between two slices of toasted whole wheat bread. * Make a batch of lowfat, high-fiber muffins over the weekend. Grabbing a muffin and a banana is an easy breakfast. * Instant oatmeal is available in a number of flavors and is a very healthy and filling breakfast option. * Create parfaits with layers of vanilla yogurt, fruit and granola. * Use a sandwich or panini maker to create homemade breakfast tarts. Fill bread or pitas with fresh fruit or peanut butter and use the cooker to seal them shut. For families who simply can’t get in the breakfast swing of things, many schools participate in breakfast programs. If children are routinely missing breakfast at home, find out how to enroll them in breakfast served at school.

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Breakfast has long been referred to as the most important meal of the day. It is beneficial for students heading off to school to enjoy a meal before they catch the bus. Studies have found that children who eat a healthy breakfast have higher energy levels and better learning abilities than similar students who do not eat breakfast. Harvard University researchers found that those who eat breakfast are significantly more attentive in the classroom and have fewer behavioral and emotional problems. Many families find that time is not in abundance in the morning when they are getting ready for school or work. As a result, breakfast might be skipped in an effort to get to work or school on time. But families can skirt the issue of time with a few on-the-go foods the whole family can enjoy. * Individually packaged yogurts make a healthy and quick meal for anyone in the family.

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upside to attending school. Provide examples of your own school experiences and how everything turned out for the best. The first day of school can be a time of uncertainty for students and parents. Adults are facing a new stage in their lives, and children are awaiting a classroom of new faces and requirements. Preparing for the first day can alleviate some of the anxiety about heading off to school for a new year.

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Position: Spec ial Education Co ordinator/ Learning Assis tance Teacher Educational Ba ckground: I ha ve a Bachelor of Education fro m SFU and I ha ve just completed the First Nations Sp eech-Language Assistant Prog ram from NVIT. Favourite Subje ct: It’s hard to choose just one. I love Crea tive Writing, Mu sic, Drama, Math and Read ing. These are some of my favourites. Most Memorab le Teaching Mo ment: My favourite teach ing moments are moments of dicsovery. I lov e it when a child becomes excited to learn something new or to create something uniqu e and beautiful. The children I have worked wit h have taught me many things and have helpe d me to develop new interests. I cherish those moments when I see children reaching out to each other in kin dness and when they share their joy with ea ch other. Family Life: I am the lucky one wh o is married to Gilbert Scha ubroeck, our Gr ade 2/3 teacher. Gilbert and I ha ve been blessed with our beautiful daughte r Lucille. Hobbies: I enjoy music, gardenin g and reading.

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Position: Grade 2/3 Teacher and Grade 4-7 French Teacher Educational Backg round: B.Ed Favourite Subject: Social Studies M st Memorable Tea Mo ching Moment: Afte r so o ma m ny years in educat ion it is hard to cho ose ju t one memorable jus moment. I think it’s when a child is proud of the ir accomplishments and w ts to share it with wan others. Seeing them g w as responsibl gro e students. I also love m eting former stu me dents and see how they’ve gr wn into fine you gro ng adults. Fa ily Life: Marrie Fam d to Mrs. Schaubroe ck our LA teacher. A daught er and former studen t, Lu ille. Luc Hobbies: Wood wor king and painting. Fu ure Goals: To con Fut tinue teaching as lon g as God wants me to.

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Position: Grad e 1 Teacher (K in pm) Educational Background : Bachelors of Education, BA French and Lin guistics, Community Sc hools and Su ppor t Worker Certificate Favourite Su bject: Math Most Memora ble Teaching Moment: As pr p imary teach a er, there are jus t so many, so proud and so p me me very, very fun ny. Fa F mily Life: Married with on e dog Cinder rea re l love of my (the life). Ho H bbies: Re ading, quilting (vice-president the th quilting clu of b). Future Goals : Get my Maste rs in Speech extend my fam and ily.

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August 24, 2012  

Section Z of the August 24, 2012 edition of the Williams Lake Tribune