In honor of American Education Week, which runs from November 16 – 22, 2014, we want to take a moment to acknowledge the crucial role played by educators in our society.
Educators at all levels have increasingly taken on greater responsibilities, and curricula have expanded to reflect new and far reaching roles.
Student planners, like education, extend beyond the purely academic
It’s one reason why our primary school student planners, elementary school student planners, middle school student planners, high school student planners and college planners include features that touch upon subjects beyond what were once purely academic topics.
For example, in addition to helpful student resources on numerous subject areas and calendars with generous space for tracking assignments and events, our middle school student planner includes features on subjects such as bullying and health and nutrition.
There is an anti-bullying resource guide to help students recognize and respond to bullying, including cyberbullying.
There’s also sections that provide students with solid information about food choices and nutritional guidelines.
Student planners reinforce efforts by educators
These features in our middle school student planner are intended to reinforce efforts by educators by offering information students can access in the context of their schoolwork.
At QualityPlanners.com, we know we know that students who are safe and healthy are more receptive to instruction and more likely to succeed academically.
And our middle school student planner, like all of our student planners, have been designed to assist educators, from teachers through administrators, who have been tasked, as never before, with guiding students to safe choices and healthy behaviors.