Are you ready for Back to School?

You very well can be new to our community, or maybe you have children that are moving across the different feeder schools – or maybe you just need a friendly reminder  ;o)   Whatever the case, here’s a a list of things that we hope you’ll find helpful in getting ready for the big day – the day our children go back to school (can I somehow hear a sigh of relief from some?).

– Highlighting the obvious, you must register your kids in school. You’ll need the district-assigned ID to accomplish some of the next tasks

– If you live at least one mile away from the school, then your child may be eligible to ride the bus. Here are a few helpful links to find out – and to register them for pickup

– Go over the “Early Dismissal” routine with your children. This can be handy in case severe weather hits the area, or for those days that are already allocated for Early Dismissal.

– It might be a good idea to set up a lunch account for your child. Some districts accept reloading their existing accounts. Make sure that you visit the Online Parent Access Center that your district has set up for you.

– If your school offers a Meet The Teacher night, do it! It’s a great opportunity to get familiar with the faces at the classroom.

– Last but not least, let’s take advantage of these final days of summer vacation to get them used to the dreaded “school routines” – getting to bed early, waking up early… you know the drill. It will make change a little easier on everyone.

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About Danny Sanchez

Joining Rianne's award-winning team after a successful career as a Program and Operations Manager for a global outsourcing firm (with Fortune 100 companies as his primary clients), Danny has seen The Woodlands grow to what it has become today since 2001. An advocate for innovation and perfecting the Best Possible Real Estate experience, he understands very well that clients always come first. In his own words, "success looks like clients feel that they don't have any needs - because you've more than anticipated them."