CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- Chappaqua Learning Center is hosting back-to-school workshops of the evidence-based S4 Study Skills program for high school and middle school students in time for the beginning of the new school year.
The S4 Study Skills summer workshops foster academic achievement by teaching students key study strategies that help them learn and achieve better academic success.
The S4 Study Skills summer workshop for high school students will be held Monday, Aug. 11, through Friday, Aug. 15, from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
The S4 Study Skills workshop for middle school students will be held Monday, Aug. 25, through Friday, Aug. 29, from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Both workshops will be held at the Chappaqua Learning Center, 400 King St., Suite 8, Chappaqua.
“We are pleased to have the S4 at the Chappaqua Learning Center this summer as students prepare to go back to school,” said Judy Suchman, owner and director of the Chappaqua Learning Center. “Learning study skills lays a solid foundation for students to achieve their goals in school and beyond,” she added, “and it boosts their confidence in their approach to their studies.”
The S4 program is designed to bolster academic confidence, motivation, and test and homework preparation as academic workload increases and course expectations rise. The focus of S4 workshops includes: note-taking skills; active learning strategies; understanding main ideas and important details; time management; organization; and preparation strategies for quizzes, tests and long-term projects.
The 7.5-hour, five-session workshop is $395. A 10 percent sibling discount is offered.
To register for the high school or the middle school workshop, visit the S4 website.
The S4 workshops include all in-class materials, original S4 Teach Sheets for each skill taught and emails sent to parents after each session. Class size islimited to 11.
For more information call 203-30-S-K-I-L-L (203-307-5455) or email info@S4StudySkills.com.
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