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Tips to prepare your kids to head back to the classroom

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Many students across the South Plains are heading back to school this week. Students at Lubbock I.S.D, Frenship, and Cooper all start back tomorrow.

We did some research today and found a few helpful hints to help your child ease back into school. 

According to the website usa.gov, one of the most important factors in academic performance is nutrition and the most important meal of the day is breakfast. So make sure they have a healthy and balanced meal before they start their day. 

Parents can all relate to the trials of getting children back into the homework routine. One way to help your child is to have open discussion about the importance of homework and listening to what struggles they have. Set the stage for learning by providing a quiet, well-lit place to do their work.

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