FOR STUDENTS IN GRADES 6, 7, or 8

Tools and Strategies for Success in Middle School

 In-Person
Middle School Booster is a fast-paced, half-day workshop intensive designed to teach middle school students to meet academic challenges, plan for multi-step projects and papers, develop self-advocacy skills, take notes effectively, manage time, and deal with distractions such as cell phones, computers, and social activities.

Fast-Paced Workshop Designed to Make Middle School Easier to Manage
Students Should Take This Workshop If They . . .
  • Struggle with time management
  • Have difficulty setting goals and objectives
  • Get overwhelmed organizing information, materials, and assignments
  • Need to boost or refresh academic skills needed for success in middle school, such as note taking, planning, and organizing.
Middle School Booster Teaches Students to . . .
  • Meet the academic challenges of middle school
  • Plan for multi-step projects and papers
  • Develop self-advocacy skills
  • Take notes effectively
  • Manage their time
  • Deal with distractions such as cell phones, computers, and social activities.
Workshops Led by Expert Coaches
  • All coaches have extensive experience with middle school students.
  • Coaches are empathetic and skilled with teaching students of all abilities.
  • Participants gain continued access to Google Classroom for additional resources.
  • Attendees learn SOS4Students’ acclaimed executive function skills and study strategies.

REGISTRATION IS CLOSED

HALF-DAY WORKSHOP
  • 9:00 am to 12:30 pm
  • Saturday, February 12, 2022
  • Lafayette Library (Lafayette, CA)
TUITION
  • Regular Price: $375

REGISTRATION IS CLOSED

SPECIAL OFFER

Want to sign up for Parenting for Independence AND a student workshop? Send an email to us at info@sos4students.com for an exclusive discount code.

What People Are Saying

“Our daughter took an SOS4Students middle school workshop last summer and loved it – REALLY loved it. It struck a chord with her. Thank you!” (Parent)

“SOS4Students has been a life-saver for my 7th grade son.” (Parent)