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Welcome to Zooming Through 2020: A Blog for Parents

Updated: Sep 26, 2020

Dear Parents,

This school year is going to be different. Many of my students are beginning kindergarten in just a few days, while I myself am trying to figure out just how all of a sudden, I am a high school senior. The future is uncertain -- a saying have gotten a bit too used to hearing over the past few months. Whether your elementary schooler is going back full time, starting virtual school, a hybrid program, or transitioning to homeschool, I am here to help. As always, I hope to continue to be a resource to parents and students during this unprecented and somewhat scary time in our world. Right now, my tutoring program focuses a lot on helping out the kids... but my blog is all about helping you, the parents, to navigate a difficult situation and to keep your children engaged in their learning. On "Zooming Through 2020," I will post tips and tricks, suggestions, and all that I have learned as a student and tutor over the past school year. No, this isn't just a blog about Zoom... but we will discuss lots about virtual learning on here! On this blog, parents are welcome to contribute to our website as part of a community: please reach out to me with questions, comments, or concerns for the upcoming school year. They will be answered and addressed here! Whether you are a parent involved in our tutoring program or not, you are welcome here. Parents, please feel free to invite friends and family who would be interested, regardless of whether they are involved in our tutoring program or not. I am here to help!

Stay tuned for many posts in the coming weeks! I can't wait to hear your thoughts and help you and your student begin a bright and successful school year! 😊

Best Wishes for a Happy and Healthy 2020 School Year!

Megan Doucette

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