Local academy empowers children to succeed

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Dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, and ADHD all are hurdles that children can rise above, defeat, and even embrace. At Trident Academy in Mount Pleasant, confidence is the key to success for youngsters dealing with these issues every day.

3 Reasons Your Child Requires In-Person Instruction

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It has been a challenging year for children and parents. One of the most problematic issues involves school – should children go full-time in person, part-time, a hybrid arrangement, etc. How do we educate our children while keeping them, their families and teachers safe?

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month and Trident Academy has Answers

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Dyslexia is a language-based learning difference that makes it difficult for people to learn to read. And though this neurological disorder never goes away, it is in no way a serious deterrent to success in life. It is merely a hurdle that can be cleared, defeated, and even embraced, especially with the proper intervention at a young age.

4 Steps to Take if Your Child is Struggling in School

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Is your child falling behind in school, anxious during the school week or making excuses to avoid attending class? Does your child appear to hate learning while children around them love it? Your child isn’t lazy or stupid. They may have other issues like anxiety or a learning deficit that are drowning their natural love of learning. With MAP tests and other standardized testing that could determine whether they repeat a grade or languish in the wrong class next year, some students become so riddled with anxiety that it prevents them from performing in school and functioning normally.

When Your Child Has Dyslexia You Need a School That Specializes in Success

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Did you know that Thomas Edison, probably the greatest inventor of all time, was dyslexic? He was also a genius, as was Albert Einstein, also dyslexic. So was Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone. And renowned scientists Pierre Curie and Daniel Faraday. Painter Pablo Picasso, businessman Charles Schwab, director Steven Spielberg and guitarist Bob Weir all reached the pinnacle of their professions despite, or perhaps because of, dyslexia.

Avoid School Setbacks with a Solid Summer Plan

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Soon the last school bell of the year will ring and all that will be on your child’s mind will be vacations, playing with friends and, well, much of nothing. It’s summer! But don’t pack away your child’s pencils just yet because a long break from learning might just set them back in September.

4 Ways to Ensure Your Child Is Reading at Grade Level

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Learning how to read instills a sense of imagination and wonder in a child. Studies have also shown that reading is a stepping stone to academic and career success.
“There are things that parents can do at home to help their children love reading,” says Betsy Fanning, head of school at Trident Academy in Mount Pleasant, S.C.

How to Determine If Your Child Needs a Specialized Education

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A child falling behind in school should never be ignored. Approximately 13-14 percent of students qualify for special education services and 50 percent of those students have a learning disability, according to the International Dyslexia Association. A vast majority of these individuals have a primary disability in reading and language processing, such as dyslexia.

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