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Learning Lab Green Hills
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Summertime is #recovery time when a #student needs a second chance to #pass a #required #course. At the Learning Lab Summer Learning program, your high school student can retake any course needed to #graduate.

Learn more:
https://www.mylearnlab.com/files/summer-learning-2016/course-recovery-2016.pdf
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Tutors wanted!
#Tutors who love teaching, teach students to love #learning!
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We are offering a free lecture, and a free seminar (with complimentary breakfast) all this month! Don't miss out!
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The Learning Lab cordially invites you to join us for Breakfast & Brain Food, a free seminar for parents on Friday, April 22, from 8:00 a.m. until 9:30 a.m. in the Hancock Room at Richland Country Club. Complimentary breakfast will be provided.

The struggle to perform to one’s full potential in school can be frustrating for students and parents alike. But, knowing your child's strengths, weaknesses and individual learning style can be catalysts for success throughout his or her academic career. Learn about available and highly successful resources that can identify and address wide ranging learning issues, from ADHD and dyslexia, to high intelligence that is under challenged. We will answer all your questions. Join us for “Breakfast & Brain Food.”.
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Rescheduled for April 22!
8:00AM-9:30AM
Richland Country Club - Complimentary breakfast!!

RSVP: 615-377-2929
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https://blog.mylearnlab.com/articles/giving-power-to-parents

"If parents are equipped with an understanding of the theory, tools, and strategies of how to properly change unwanted behavior, they become the most powerful “teachers” for that child."
Giving Power to Parents
Giving Power to Parents
blog.mylearnlab.com
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A psycho-educational assessment from the Learning Lab can identify concerns and provide specific techniques to help correct issues that may be holding your child back academically, socially or behaviorally.
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