Parents are in the early stages of a new year, and they want to make sure their kids are well-behaved, academically and physically.

But how much should parents expect to pay for such services?

According to research published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, parents pay about $2,500 per child to attend school, while private schools in Ontario pay between $5,000 and $7,000 per student per year.

The study looked at the costs of attending schools and their associated benefits, including academic performance, attendance, attendance in the community, the health of the community and economic output.

The researchers also looked at how well the services were administered and the outcomes for students.

The results were quite positive, but there were some limitations to the study, including that it did not examine whether school attendance increased, decreased or stayed the same over time.

For one, the study used data from a large population-based survey that included more than 8,000 children aged 5 to 17 in Ontario.

It’s also possible that other factors could affect school attendance over time, including changes in school policies, financial needs, the number of students in attendance, and the types of activities available.

The authors say that future research should focus on looking at the impact of services on the health and well-being of students.