Student Dental Appointments
“Summer’s here and the time is right,” not for “dancing in the street”, but for student dental appointments. The time our children spend in school, that is, physically spend time at school is a precious commodity. Even before COVID-19 parents knew the value of summer dental appointments. How much more important is it to avoid taking them out of school unnecessarily now?
Facts About School Absenteeism
Did you know? (According to AttendanceWorks.org) “Poor attendance can influence whether children read proficiently by the end of third grade or be held back”. “By 6th grade, chronic absence becomes a leading indicator that a student will drop out of high school”. In Fact, even missing a relatively small amount of class can have a big impact on your kids’ grades. Attendance Works says “Research shows that missing 10 percent of the school year, or about 18 days, negatively affects a student’s academic performance. That’s just two days a month and that’s known as chronic absence.”
Erbsville Dental the Solution
Erbsville Dental believes in the importance of your child’s education. Instead of being the reason your son or daughter misses’ class, make Erbsville Dental part of the solution. They offer summer student dental appointments, with multiple blocks of time ready for school aged kids. Now is the time to book your kids summer appointment. Don’t leave it till the last few days in early September. Erbsville Dental is known as a pediatric dental clinic, every effort goes in to making sure their visit is a positive experience. Their motto is “We love Kids!” and it shows.
Who knows what challenges will come in 2023, but being prepared to make the best of it makes sense? We also know how kids feel when we start talking about going back to school. So, rather than tell them their summer dental appointment is about getting ready for next year, let them enjoy the thought of a long summer vacation that’s just beginning. Make it our secret, and let June, July, and August be a time for student dental appointments and give them every opportunity to thrive at school.