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Introducing Executive Function Skills Coordinator & Learning Sherpa Cindy Geske

By |2022-11-08T10:34:31-06:00November 8th, 2022|ADHD, Executive Functioning Skills, Learning How To Learn, Parent Resources, Personalized Learning, Reading & Literacy|

Wife, Shepherd, Sherpa Hello Yellow Parachute Families and Friends, I am happy to tell you that I have recently joined Yellow Parachute Learning Partners as the Executive Function Coordinator and Learning Sherpa. I currently live in Minnetonka with my [...]

Top 3 Tips: How to Make it a Great School Year

By |2022-09-13T18:55:14-05:00September 13th, 2022|Motivation, Grit, and Self Discovery, Organization & Study Skills, Parent Resources, Parenting|

Fall is in the air. We find ourselves in a familiar place: the beginning of the school year! It's a time for football, pumpkin picking, and an opportunity to start fresh with routines. And so, in the spirit of "September [...]

Your Goals Are Your Road Maps

By |2021-08-05T13:02:16-05:00August 4th, 2021|Executive Functioning Skills, Motivation, Grit, and Self Discovery, Organization & Study Skills, Parent Resources, Parenting, Stress & Anxiety|

Your goals are the road maps that guide you and show you what is possible in your life. - Les Brown Did you know that you are 90% more likely to accomplish a goal when you write it down? [...]

What Lies Inside of You?

By |2021-07-28T21:20:13-05:00July 28th, 2021|Executive Functioning Skills, Motivation, Grit, and Self Discovery, Organization & Study Skills, Parent Resources, Parenting, Stress & Anxiety|

“What lies behind you and what lies in front of you, pales in comparison to what lies inside you.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson What could I say to encourage you, wherever you are, today? I could probably quote Emerson's words [...]

How You Do Anything is How You Do Everything

By |2021-07-21T08:44:29-05:00July 21st, 2021|High School, Learning How To Learn, Middle School, Motivation, Grit, and Self Discovery, Parent Resources|

How Having a Vision Helps Your Middle & High School Students Do Hard Things My kids' sighs are barely audible above the sound of their eyeballs rolling out of their heads and across the floor when I bring up school [...]

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