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Staying Healthy 101
Having healthy eyes and good vision is a key component in your child’s development. Vision is your child’s most important sense. While we do screenings at school, you should still consider having your child examined by an optometrist or ophthalmologist.
Students who have better vision will perform better in school. If you have received a referral letter from our screening at school, please have your child evaluated ASAP.
If your child answers yes to any of these questions below or if you notice any of these signs, you should seek further evaluation immediately.
Do you rub or blink your eyes often?
Is it difficult for you to read the teacher’s writing on the whiteboard?
Are the words in the book hard to see?
Do you have headaches a lot?
Are you not doing as well in school or sports as you used to?
Do you often cover one eye to see?
Do you squint a lot?
Are you sitting too close to the TV?
HEALTHY Kids become better LEARNERS!
Get to know IXL’s amazing staff!!
Brittany Hills - 2nd Grade Teacher
I attended Southwestern College and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in May of 2016.
This will be my 2nd year teaching at IXL!
In my free time I enjoy coaching volleyball and basketball, playing football, anything outdoors, and spending time with my family.
I wanted to become a teacher because my elementary teacher made such an impact on my life, and I strive to do the same for my students. I also believe that it is such a rewarding job. You get the chance to make a difference in children's lives. Being a teacher allows me to forever be a kid at heart. Last but not least, there is never a dull moment!