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How to Help Your Child Adjust to a New School After a PCS

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My family recently finished with our first PCS. After six years we were more then ready for our trip across the country and now we love our new home. However, one of my biggest concerns about our PCS was that it was in the middle of the school year.

My son was attending a special needs preschool at our last duty station, but when we moved we ended up arriving at the end of the school year at our new duty station. I decided to keep my son home instead of sending him to a new school for only a few weeks, and instead I started preparing him for his Kindergarten year starting at the end of August.

Since my son has autism we wanted to start helping him adjust to the thought of a new school ahead of time. Here are several tips any family can use to help a child adjust to your new school after a PCS!

Help Your Child Adjust to a New School


To read the rest of the post and to see my suggestions on how to help your child adjust to a new school, click over to Operation in Touch:

4 Ways to Help Your Child Adjust to a New School

What about YOU? What are some things you have done to  help your child adjust to a new school after a PCS?

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