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Roton Middle School to be the first Norwalk School to offer the Successful Study Skills 4 Students Program to Students

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Recognizing that many middle school students would benefit from support in time management, note-taking, study skills, and organization, Roton Middle School is delighted to host the popular S4 – Successful Study Skills 4 Students program to its Middle Schoolers over 5 after-school sessions, starting Sept. 24.

The S4 program is founded on educational research and evidenced-based studies, and taught by accredited, passionate and engaging teachers. In a highly participatory and dynamic in presentation, students will learn ten essential, logical, and easy-to-implement skills, essential for successful learning and studying:

  1. Time management & goal setting
  2. Notetaking
  3. Active reading strategies
  4. Using pictures & graphic organizers
  5. Understanding main ideas & supporting details
  6. Test & long term project planning
  7. Summarizing for total comprehension
  8. The importance of asking questions
  9. Efficient homework strategies
  10. Notebook organization
  11. Quiz, test & exam Preparation Strategies


S4 workshops are highly interactive, collaborative and dynamic in presentation, creating an engaging, compelling and comfortable learning environment. Limited class size of 15 ensures that all students get personalized attention.

The 1½ hour 5-session workshop will be held at after-school at Roton Middle School, September 24, October 1, 15, 22, 29, from 3:15 – 4:45 pm.

S4 supplies all materials, including a take-home folder including an entire outline of the workshop and other material for ongoing student and parental support.

More information may be obtained by calling S4 at 203-30-S-K-I-L-L (307-5455), or by emailing: info@SuccessfulStudySkills4Students.com, or by visiting www.successfulstudyskills4students.com.

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