Shoreline Services, Inc.
Shoreline Services, Inc. ventures into business areas that utilize our talents and interests in the field of global education. Since August 1998, Shoreline Services, Inc. has been duly incorporated under the laws of Georgia as a domestic profit corporation.
Contact: Bob Nicholson (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Education Coaching /Consulting Services:
We provide educational consulting services to families around the world. For the international family coming to the United States, we guide the family in selecting a quality elementary, middle or high school program. These programs can be in either public or private schools and may offer special support such as the English as a Second Language (ESL) program.
Those American or international families going overseas will be able to choose from a variety of American International Schools, host nation schools, and other international programs.
We assist families with choosing educational summer programs in the United States.
The English Language Learners Newcomer Kit offers elementary classroom teachers (grades K-6) and others a variety of interactive tools to help non-English speaking students acquire basic language specific to the school environment.
The ELL Newcomer Kit is a collection of research-based strategies and interactive activities that with the help of a buddy, or volunteer, will accelerate the Newcomer’s mastery of “school survival English”. Organized around six themes – School, Numbers, Colors, Actions, Body Parts, and Simple Phrases – and task suggestions for each component, the Kit is packed with potential!
August 2015, the ELL Newcomer Kit was launched in a digital format. (To purchase: please enter ELL Newcomer Kit in the search box on the Teachers Pay Teachers site)
Visit our blog (www.educateyourgrandkids.com)
Grandkids are the future of America. We share information (American Resources) that will give America’s grandparents, and their families, the necessary tools to allow them to make the right choices as they prepare their grandkids for tomorrow’s challenges.