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New issues can emerge in middle school

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Parents, as well as students, go through an adjustment period when children move from elementary school into middle school, where many students from different schools may come together to form new friendships. This and practical issues, such as homework, become new challenges. Troublesome friends Q: I keep telling my sixth-grade daughter not to hang out with the crowd of girls I don’t approve of. She seems to understand me when we’re home, but once she’s ...


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etph28
March 17, 2013
5:41 a.m.

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What a great addition to the newspaper! practical advice in an easy to understand format for parents who are trying to do their best in raising their kids.

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