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Since the pandemic, students have been playing catch-up on their academic and social-emotional learning.If you're feeling like your child has fallen behind and is struggling to catch up or not enjoying school like they used to, Hopkins is here to help. We are fully equipped to help you and your kids get back on track. We will be that professional in your corner who is checking the boxes, providing accountability, and helping your children make significant academic progress. Regardless of your family’s situation and your child’s ability level, Hopkins is here to support you.

Hopkins certified Education Coaches can provide mindfulness coaching for the whole family to help ease anxieties brought on by all the extra stressors from the past few years. Highly qualified education coaches can target academic subject areas to provide systematic instruction at your child’s level while helping your child build resilience. Whatever your current needs are, we have something for you.


Professional Education Coaches in your Corner


Below you will find the list of academic and social emotional learning (SEL) services we are offering to families who are looking for additional support. All of our plans are customizable to your family’s unique situation. Read more about our services below, then contact us to create a plan that can make the school year a lot easier on your whole family.


In Home or Online

 You can rely on Hopkins Education Services to provide consistent, award-winning tutoring and mindfulness coaching to your child. While classroom teachers are managing the needs of dozens of children, your Hopkins Education Coach will focus on the needs of your child and provide the one-on-one support they need to thrive.


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Developing a Growth Mindset

We deliver functional mindfulness as it relates to education and learning.  With a mindful approach to learning, kids develop a growth mindset and the resilience needed to overcome academic challenges. During these difficult times you can choose one-on-one coaching for your child, or opt for the whole family coaching model, in which family members can work together on a mindful plan to set the whole family up for success.


Committed to Quality Assessments

  Get an in-depth look at your child's academic progress with a comprehensive academic achievement test. Hopkins utilizes the KTEA-3, TOWL-4, and ABAS-3 assessments that can determine if your child requires intervention support and a plan to help them reach their full potential.


From One Milestone to the Next

As your child moves from one school, grade, or life phase to the next, Hopkins is here to support you. Transitions can be difficult and cause anxiety for kids of all ages, and Hopkins can help make all those transitions more seamless. If your child has special needs and you would like support with transition planning, reach out to a Hopkins Coach to learn all the ways we can support you.


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How Resilient is Your Child?

Gain valuable insight into your child’s emotional health with the Emotional Quotient Inventory: Youth Version. This survey is designed to measure emotional intelligence in young people, 7-18 years of age. Emotional Intelligence involves the ability to understand oneself and others, relates to peers and family members, and adapt to changing environmental concerns and demands through managing emotions.


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Accessing Education Plans

Hopkins partners with Duguay Educational Consulting and Advocacy, to help you navigate the world of IEPs and special education. Our coaches work on academic and SEL goals with your child during virtual or in-person tutoring sessions. Hopkins coaches and partners are expertly trained in special education, and are up to date on the most current laws and regulations for children with disabilities. We can be the expert you need on your team to make the most of your child’s learning experience.

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Meryl Duguay, Educational Advocate

Educational Advocacy-

In the Denver area, we partner with Duguay Educational Consulting and Advocacy to ensure that students with disabilities receive the services and accommodations they need, and that parents know their rights in the Individualized Education Program (IEP) process. If your child is not meeting their emotional, social, or academic potential, an educational advocate can help. 

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