Best Tips to Help Your Child Transition to Middle School

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Apr. 29, 2022Updated Jun. 27, 2022

The transition to middle school can be overwhelming as kids have to switch classrooms every hour, start using lockers, and change clothes for PE. Dr. Pelangka gives us tips on how we can help our kids have a smoother transition and deal with these big changes.

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