Planning for Success in Middle School

Caroline Agee, Mary Margaret Ryan
Rising 5th – Rising 6th Graders
July 15 – 19   9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Rising 7th – Rising 8th Graders
July 15 – 19   1 – 4 p.m.
$300
Do you have difficulty staying organized and managing your time throughout the school year? Do you need help with planning ahead for long-term projects and studying for tests? Do you find yourself easily stressed by your busy schedule? Planning for Success in Middle School is a camp that will provide you with practical skills to support your academic success and help you manage stress throughout the school year.
During this course we will learn all about executive functioning: the cognitive skills that enable individuals to plan, prioritize, get organized, manage time and set and achieve goals. We will identify our individual strengths and weaknesses and learn to maximize our strengths and bolster our weaknesses. We will discuss and practice strategies in the areas of organization, planning, prioritizing, goalsetting, time management, studying, note-taking and self-advocacy. Additionally, we will learn a variety of stress management techniques and discuss how to apply them throughout the school year.
Caroline Agee is a Licensed School Psychologist who works in private practice and provides contract services for Henrico County Public Schools. She is the founder of James River Psychoeducational Services. Caroline conducts comprehensive psychoeducational evaluations, provides individual and group counseling for students, and consults with families to support students with learning differences. Caroline holds a B.A. degree in psychology, and M.Ed. and Ed.S. degrees in school psychology. Mary Margaret Ryan has been teaching for 21 years in private and public schools in the Richmond area. Mary Margaret holds a B.A. degree in early childhood education/ elementary education, a M.Ed. degree in special education K-12 and an Ed.S. degree with a concentration in literacy and writing. Her extensive experience in working with students with varying challenges has led her to her current job as a Middle School Learning Specialist and Middle School Mindfulness Coordinator at Collegiate, where she has been employed for 13 years.
For more information, contact Caroline Agee at cagee@wfpofva.com.
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