According to the National Education Association, parents are a student's best advocate for success.
How to Help My Child at Home:
- Review Homework
- Reading nightly
- Get involved in the community.
How to Help My Child at School:
To prepare a student for higher education---a four-year, a two-year or vocational college---encourage your child to take classes that are challenging, suggests the Family Involvement Partnership for Learning.
Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/199605-parent-involvement-in-high-schools/#ixzz29VP4crTU
- Join PTA
Information for Parents
- Translators are available upon request.
- Parent Resource Room is available with materials for checkout and use at home.
- Parent/teacher conferences can be conducted over the phone, in person, or in a different location upon request.
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Zimmerman-Orozco, S. (2011). A circle of caring. Educational leadership, 64-68.
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