SOS Personnel, LLC
Saving Our Students through Education, One Child at a Time
October 1, 2010
Volume 2, Issue 2
Tips to Prevent Children from Catching
The flu is often characterized by such symptoms as
chills, fever, dry mouth, sore throat, fatigue, nasal
congestion, diarrhea, dry cough, headache, and
vomiting. Influenza can also lead to complications
that can be detrimental to children such as
pneumonia, and acute bronchitis. While there is no
way to guarantee that youngsters won’t come
Consistent Tutoring Works down with the flu, there are a few preventive
measures parents can take to reduce their kids' risk
Getting a tutor for your child is one way to
of getting influenza.
sustain your child’s educational career. Our
organization is based on the belief that any
academic or professional goal is achievable with Take Children to Get a Flu Shot
the correct approach and preparation. Teach Children to Wash Their Hands
Unfortunately, the classroom isn't always Boost Kids’ Immune Systems
the best place to really learn something. Some
Encourage children to keep their hands out
children find it hard to focus, some children just
of their noses, eyes and mouths, as germs
aren’t interested in the subject, and maybe the
are frequently spread in this manner.
child just didn’t "get it." Whatever the reason, if
your child or student is not learning what they Teach children to sneeze into a tissue, and
need to learn in the classroom, then a tutor is the discard it immediately after each use.
way to go. Keep youngsters out of crowded
environments whenever possible.
Tutoring is meant to supplement the
Don’t allow sick people around your
teacher-directed instruction in the classroom, not
replace it. Tutoring has been shown to be an
Periodically open windows in the home
extremely powerful way to improve student
academic, social, and behavioral functioning
during flu season to allow fresh air to
beyond that which occurs through typical teacher- circulate.
When implemented in combination with
teacher-directed instruction, tutoring has been
shown to improve student achievement, grades,
engagement, retention of information, decrease
and/or prevent problem behavior, and prevent
school failure better than teacher-directed
SOS Tutoring Service is here to help you. Call us at
302-276-2739 or 267-357-9124. Our comprehensive
tutoring service is currently offered in PA, DE, NY
Gandhi's Birthday & International Day of
October 2 September’s Outstanding Substitutes
Thurgood Marshall Sworn Into Supreme
Frank Robinson Signed as Major League
German American Day
Ashley Parratto and Robert Caranci are this
October 16 month’s outstanding substitute teachers.
World Food Day Ashley and Robert have demonstrated
October 18 exemply service to SOS Personnel and to the
Multicultural Diversity Day students we serve. These two substitutes have
great work ethic, are understanding and work
well with the children they teach.
Birth of the Báb
Statue of Liberty Dedication Ashley’s Education: Cabrini College, Bachelor of
Arts in English/Communication/Minor in
National Organization for Women (NOW) Psychology. Graduated Cum Laude May, 2006
Founded Dean’s List; Honor Society Member.
October 31 Robert’s Education: Holy Family University, MA in
Halloween Secondary Education. BA in History from Cabrini
College. PA certified in Social Studies.
SOS Personnel is very fortunate to have these
two teachers on staff.
Cont’d… SOS Personnel is busy this month…
October 29-30th: SOS will be attending the NYC
Charter School’s Convention.
SOS Personnel is busy this month…
October 18-21st: SOS will be represented at the October 29th: SOS will also be represented at the
Annual NACSA Conference in Scottsdale, Pennsylvania Coalition Network of Charter
Arizona. Schools Convention.
October 28th: SOS is sponsoring the DC Charter
School Association Dinner and will be the main
presenter. (Next Page….)