Transitions
June 28, 2018
Seedling
What To Know When Transitioning To High School

What To Know When Transitioning To High School

Your mentee is starting high school, and so are you! To help with this transition and minimize frustration Seedling hosts a “Welcome to High School” training each Fall.  In the meantime, here are some changes coming their way. In most high schools, Seedling does not...

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Major Differences Between Elementary & Middle School

Major Differences Between Elementary & Middle School

Elementary School Students have one or two teachers that teach every subject. Students typically stay in one or two classrooms all day long. Students have recess. Students attend P.E. in the clothes they wear to school. Students have their own desk to keep their...

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Memories of Middle School

Memories of Middle School

From Sarah: “Wow, I was so nervous during my first few weeks at middle school. I got so lost on the first day and then I misread my schedule and went to the wrong class! But then I realized that there were a ton of other people just like me who were totally new to the...

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Transitioning to Middle or High School Next Year?

Transitioning to Middle or High School Next Year?

Thinking about your mentee’s journey to their new school in the fall? Your 5th or 8th grade mentee might be too, as they will be entering middle school and high school in just a few short months. The idea might be both exciting and a little scary for each of you.  Our...

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Following your Mentee to Middle and High School

Following your Mentee to Middle and High School

Middle School Shift Is your mentee entering their first year in Middle School  this year? Last month, Seedling presented a special training just for you, mentor! The "Middle School Shift” highlights school differences, developmental characteristics of this age group,...

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Tips For Transitioning

Tips For Transitioning

Give your mentee opportunities to express their feelings about the new school If your mentee isn’t bringing up the topic but you notice they are more distracted or stressed out than usual, initiate a conversation. Acknowledge the change that is coming and ask...

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