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  • Thriving Thirds - Irving Elementary

    Thriving Thirds – Irving Elementary

    Third grade is an exciting transition year. Students are in the second half of elementary school where class sizes increase and students gain more independence. They are reading to learn instead of learning to read and there are higher expectations for behavior and academics. Join your Irving Thrive Liaison, school staff, and other parents as…

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  • Thriving Thirds - Morning Star Elementary

    Thriving Thirds – Morning Star Elementary

    Third grade is an exciting transition year. Students are in the second half of elementary school where class sizes increase and students gain more independence. They are reading to learn instead of learning to read and there are higher expectations for behavior and academics. Join your Morning Star Thrive Parent Liaison, school staff, and other…

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  • Thriving Thirds - Hawthorne Elementary School

    Thriving Thirds – Hawthorne Elementary

    Third grade is an exciting transition year. Students are in the second half of elementary school where class sizes increase and students gain more independence. They are reading to learn instead of learning to read and there are higher expectations for behavior and academics. Join your Hawthorne Thrive Parent Liaison, school staff, and other parents…

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  • Thriving Thirds - Emily Dickinson

    Thriving Thirds – Emily Dickinson

    Third grade is an exciting transition year. Students are in the second half of elementary school where class sizes increase and students gain more independence. They are reading to learn instead of learning to read and there are higher expectations for behavior and academics. Join your Emily Dickinson Thrive Parent Liaison, school staff, and other…

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  • Transforming Explosive Behaviors into Cooperation

    Thriving Institute: Transforming Explosive Behaviors Into Cooperation

    Children of all ages are prone to explosive emotional meltdowns throughout their development.  Although no magic solutions to children’s emotional meltdowns exist, parenting strategies and techniques can defuse power struggles and facilitate emotional regulation. In this workshop, we begin with a review and analysis of common emotional triggers and typical explosive reactions. Then we will…

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