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This summer, plan to be productive and get things done. And to maintain your work-life balance, you probably have some free time scheduled. Perhaps you are planning a staycation or a family travel vacation. But whatever’s on your list, it’s also important not to forget the upcoming school year. Chances are that there is a lot to plan for the coming school months.


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Back to school is more stressful for parents than ever before. There are many responsibilities and, in some situations, many deadlines to remember. You want to make sure this year goes well. That’s why you might want to be a little more aggressive in your planning this year. Is being organised. It may not be as difficult as you think. It will be beneficial.

Using a calendar app, you can easily make updates and changes to it. You can stay on top of everything you need to do. In fact, you may feel more in control of life around you. That is important all year round. How can such an app help you with that? Consider these tips.

1. Back the big day

Start by entering the date your kids go back to school in your calendar. That seems simple enough. Still, you don’t want to forget the date or think it’s later than it is. It only takes a few minutes to add dates like this to the calendar. Once you’ve done that, you don’t have to worry about missing it.

Before you proceed, set up some tools to remind you of upcoming events. For example, you can set a reminder a few days or weeks before each event. That way you get a bit of a warning about what’s to come. If you don’t check your calendar far enough in advance, this can be a useful tool for you.

2. Schedule other big dates

It is common for schools to put a list of important dates for the school year on a calendar. In addition, many schools have switched to a digital method to keep parents informed. Whatever they use take a few minutes to update your calendar.

Plug in everything you can. That can be things like days off and special events. You can use it to make sure you don’t miss a parent night or the special Mother’s and Father’s Day events that many schools do. Even the book fair can be essential to remember (so don’t forget to give the kids some money before they go to school). Find out when photo day is.

You can now, during the summer, to streamline the school year from the start. That way, you don’t try to search for time to update your calendar during the school year. If you’re unsure of dates, check your school’s website as a good starting point.

3. Are you registering your children?

For parents enrolling their children in school, there may be a few more things to remember. You may need to meet with the principal or teachers to discuss your children’s needs. IEP and other special planning meetings may be required. Start listing all the dates for events in your calendar. That way you know where to start.

Next one, use the notes features in your calendar to help you plan these events. For example, you can ask a lot of questions to the teacher. Note it in your app. This way you can add notes at any time. That also applies if you randomly think of something. They are all in one location that you can take off and use during the meeting.

Also check which materials you need to register. Do you need a birth certificate? You may need to get a transcript from a previous school. You may need medical information. These are all things that can take a while. Add them to the calendar app and set a reminder a few weeks before they turn in. This way you get a message that you need to take action quickly.

4. Plan your shopping

It is very common to buy a lot of things before going to school. Use your calendar app to help you with this.

Start planning for a few useful days. The first is a day to dig through your child’s existing wardrobe with them. Get rid of what doesn’t fit. Then make a pile of what you can donate. Set a reminder in your app to deliver those donations.

Then use the app to schedule a day to go shopping. You may want to bring a friend or two along for the process. If so, be sure to let them know. Send them a link to the event so they know when to be ready for the big day.

Shopping for back-to-school clothes for kids is a complex process. However, it does get a little easier to organize where to go and what to buy. If you need to buy online, make sure to set a reminder to get orders placed quickly.

5. Set costs

For those who have to pay tuition for the entire year, set it in your app. You can set reminders to write a check. You may also be able to set up payment reminders with your bank. The key here is not to overlook these payments.

You can also get information about additional costs. This can be specific tuition fees or material costs. When notified, add them to your app. That way, you can stay on top of those charges and not worry about them later.

6. Get Everything Organized

Set aside some time to handle any extra tasks that are needed so often when it comes back to school. Here are some examples to consider.

Have you determined how lunch and breakfast will work? Should you fund their school bills? You may have to write a check every week. Set reminders to do each of these things.

Think about transportation. Where and when will the children be picked up? That can help you determine when everyone should be awake each day. You also want to know where the kids go after school. Also arrange the necessary transport to and from the childcare.

Don’t forget the extracurricular activities. Find out when registrations are. You can also check your calendar to make sure you know when the training is. It’s also a good idea to collect information about parent meetings and team photos.

Should you buy books? If you want to buy online, please do so as soon as possible. You may also want to schedule some time to make sure the summer reading catches up. If your kids have summer work to do, set a weekly reminder.

What other tasks do you need to complete before school starts? Set some goals for the summer months. It may only take a few minutes, but it will pay off for you.

It is very easy to miss these deadlines. No matter how hard you try, you might just find the process too much. Still, it’s even easier to use an app to help you stay organized. With a little planning now, you can minimize the risk of your kids making mistakes. In fact, you can enjoy your summer a little better. You know what needs to be done and when. You can then plan your summer fun around those activities.

Featured Image Credits: Photo by Anh Khac; Pexels; Thank you!

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