DETROIT – A Metro Detroit author started a home school when the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic first hit, but the focus is not on math or English.
The focus is on social skills that many parents are worried about with their children still being at home. The program has continued into the fall.
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“I loved that communication before and after class, where they could ask questions, and it’s super interactive as well,” Maria Dismondy said.
Imagine a virtual classroom where students are getting lessons in how to work out sibling rivalry and that has a focus on rivalry and focus on diversity and mental health.
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Dismondy is teaching social skills in a virtual classroom. Sunnyside Homeschool focuses on positivity and mental wellness.