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Secondary Education Bundle

Our Secondary Education Bundle will help:

    • Improve school success
    • Strengthen the home and school partnership
    • Prepare students for college and career
    • Overcome tough tween and teen challenges
    • Enhance parenting skills
    • Strengthen family life
    • Build positive character traits

Starting at $716

  • Monthly issues, September through May, ready to copy and distribute to parents
  • Research based and aligned with the Common Core State Standards and the Next Generation Science Standards
  • FREE digital versions included
  • ADA compliant PDFs help you meet federal regulations for accessible school websites
  • Also available in Spanish
  • 16 FREE reproducible bonuses—a $320 value!
  • School Success Tip of the Day (Secondary Edition): Daily electronic tips to send to families
  • Plus, our 100% no-risk guarantee: If you’re not completely satisfied, cancel at any time for a full refund of every cent you paid. You have nothing to lose, and everything to gain!

How it works

Your newsletters are ready to photocopy on the front and back of single sheets—there’s no collating. And your subscription includes free electronic versions of the newsletters, too. You’ll get:

  • Option to personalize with your name and the name of your school—at no extra cost
  • Black-line masters, ready to copy and send home
  • PDFs to post on your website and/or email to parents
  • Weekly School Success Tip of the Day emails so you can post to the platform(s) of your choice in advance

Our Secondary Education Bundle includes the following publications:

Show parents how to improve their children’s school success—and behavior—during the middle years.

Middle grade children go through dramatic changes and desperately need their parents’ support. Many parents want to help, but aren’t sure what to do. With Middle Years, you can give parents the guidance they need with almost no effort on your part. Articles will help parents:

  • Understand their middle graders’ behavior
  • Build respect, responsibility, empathy, and more
  • Support homework and study skills
  • Stay involved—middle-school style
  • Set age-appropriate rules and expectations
  • Promote health and safety
  • Emphasize the importance of education
Middle Years bonuses
HS13xx398ENavigating the Middle Years—$20 value
“What happened to my sweet child?” Here’s help for that common refrain with parenting strategies like “Think before you speak,” “Model respect,” and “Compromise wisely.” You’ll make home life smoother—so middle schoolers come to class better behaved and ready to learn. Ready to reproduce.
Reading and Writing in Content Areas—$20 value
Boost students’ reading and writing skills in science, social studies, math, and literature. Includes pointers on vocabulary, comprehension tactics, when to read for main points, and when to search for details. Also offers specific ideas for writing about various subject areas. Yours to reproduce and send home.
How to Give and Get Respect—$20 value
When students are respectful, life is more pleasant for them—and for you. Give parents ideas for encouraging their children to treat others the way they’d like to be treated, respect personal differences, use good manners, and follow rules. Yours to reproduce.
Organized for School Success—$20 value
Organization is key to success in middle school. With this handout, parents and children will build routines at home that carry over to the school day. Includes tips for time management, as well as for organizing homework space and keeping track of classwork. Ready to reproduce.
Healthy & Drug Free—$20 value
Send home this guidance to keep tweens drug-free. They’ll get suggestions for managing stress and filling their free time with healthy activities. This guide also provides an overview of types of drugs parents should watch out for, safety tips to keep their kids from using them, and warning signs of possible drug use. Reproducible.

Show parents how to help their teens succeed.

Parenting a high schooler can be overwhelming—many parents think there’s nothing more they can do. Show parents how to stay involved and help their children succeed with High School Years. It’s packed with tips on:

  • Time management and homework
  • Planning for college and career
  • Supporting teens’ growing independence
  • Staying connected
  • Preventing risky behaviors
  • Building respect, responsibility, and resilience
  • Handling other tough teen challenges
High School Years bonuses
HS13xx398ERespect & Responsibility—$20 value
Parents want to raise teens who are respectful and responsible. Send home ideas that will help. This bonus provides strategies for promoting respect, as well as tips that teach accountable behavior. Includes a special section on sportsmanship. Yours to reproduce.
Three Keys to High School Success—$20 value
Show students how to use organization, time management, and studying to thrive in their classes. These practical strategies will help teens establish and maintain routines to manage the increased demands of high school. Yours to reproduce and send home.
Avoiding Risky Behaviors—$20 value
Parents of teens have a lot on their hands. Help them navigate difficult issues—like drugs, alcohol, dating, and driving—with the advice in this guide. Offers practical tips for saying no to underage drinking parties, knowing the warning signs of drug use, and more. Ready to reproduce..
Testing 1-2-3—$20 value
Help high schoolers be ready and confident on test day. This guide presents ways students can study and prepare for tests so they can do their best. They’ll find test-taking strategies, specific tips for various formats, and advice on standardized tests. Yours to reproduce.
Thinking Ahead to College—$20 value
Help your students set their sights on college. With this bonus, high schoolers and parents will learn how to plan for a future that includes higher education. They’ll find suggestions for which courses to take, how to find the right college, and where to look for financial aid. Reproducible.

Help students boost nutrition and physical activity—and help your district meet the Local Wellness Policy mandate.

Students with healthy eating and exercise habits have higher test scores, better attendance, improved concentration, fewer discipline referrals, and greater overall achievement. Teen Food & Fitness is dedicated to helping adolescents improve their nutrition and physical activity. Articles cover:

  • healthy food and drinks to keep in the house
  • ingredients to watch for (good and bad)
  • quick and easy meal preparation tips
  • exercise boosters that fit with teens’ busy schedules
  • nutritious snacks at home and on the go
  • ways to get kids away from TVs and computers
  • developing healthy habits to last a lifetime

The newsletters are reviewed by a registered dietitian with extensive experience in school food service and nutrition education—you can count on parents getting the kind of advice you want them to have.

Teen Food and Fitness bonuses
HS13xx398EA Dozen Ways to Eat Right—$20 value
Here are 12 everyday ways to improve the health of your students. From eating “smart foods” to avoiding junk food and drinking more water (and less soda), families can build a healthier lifestyle for their tweens and teens. Ready to reproduce and send home.
Be Active!—$20 value
Help parents get their tweens and teens off the couch and into more physical activity. With this bonus, families will get fun and creative activities for every month of the year. From Resolution Rodeo in January to Active Gift Giving in December, these ideas will keep young people moving. Ready to reproduce.
HS1114336ERecipes on the Run—$20 value
Between school, activities, homework, jobs, and friends, teens have busy schedules. Help parents make sure their middle and high school students eat well by providing teen-friendly, nutritious foods that can be ready in a flash. Reproducible.
Teen Nutrition: Answers to Tough Questions—$20 value
Give parents answers to the hard questions they face on eating disorders, dieting, supplements, food allergies, and more. This bonus will help ease the minds of parents who worry about their children’s eating habits. Yours to reproduce.
Healthy Changes We’ve Made—$20 value
Tweens, teens, and parents can learn a lot from other tweens, teens, and parents! Share these first-hand success stories from others who’ve adopted healthier eating habits, lost weight and kept it off, and found exercise routines they stick with. Reproducible.

School Success Tip of the Day (Secondary Edition)

Connect with parents by sending digital tips to boost family engagement and improve school success—all year round.
School Success Tip of the Day gives you all these benefits:

  • Saves you time and effort in drafting content for your social media program: We do the work, you get the credit!
  • Cost-effective parent communication tool: You can copy and paste the tips quickly to multiple platforms
  • Available in Spanish
  • Research-based tips and information
  • Easy-to-understand, short (Twitter-length), and friendly messages: Tips are simple for parents to read and to use!
School Success Tip of the Day (Secondary Edition) bonus
Bullying Q&As, Secondary Edition—$20 value
An end to bullying means safer and more welcoming schools. Involve parents in prevention by providing answers to their questions. With this guide, they’ll learn what constitutes bullying, how witnesses should react, and what to do if their child is being targeted—or bullying others. Ready to reproduce.

Pricing

If you have questions, call our friendly Customer Service Team at 800-394-5052 or email us at rfecustomer@wolterskluwer.com.

Order the Secondary Education Bundle today!

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