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Ways to Help Your Child

How to Help

  •     Read with your child every day!
  •     Set aside a time and quiet place for homework.
  •     Help pack backpacks the night before.
  •     Read information in ThursdayFolders.  Go over graded papers with your child.
  •     Keep the teacher informed of changes at home that may affect your child at school.
  •     Volunteer-  Let us know if you are available to assist with special activities, events, or projects!
  •     Be a part of your child’s learning. Talk with your child and/or her teacher about what is occurring in the classroom.
  •     Check your child’s agenda book daily for homework assignments and an update on behavior.
  •     Check out your child’s teacher’s website!

Checklist for Success: 

  • Ask if nightly homework is completed.

(Math, Spelling, Reading, Science, Social Studies, and Writing)

  • Sign nightly homework.
  • Quiz spelling words, vocabulary, or math facts.
  • Check the agenda book or the teacher’s web page at  for comments, extra assignments, or parent resources.
  • Sign the agenda book.
  • See all returned materials in the ThursdayFolder.  Sign and return the folder.   (If there is no work in the folder, send a note to the teacher to find out if anything was sent home.)
  • Read the class newsletter.
  • Read the school newsletter for important facts, especially when interims and report cards, or other pertinent news is being sent home.
  • Read to or with your child nightly.


Your child’s education is a cooperative effort between you, your child, the teacher, the administration.  If problems or concerns arise, please share your feelings with your child’s teacher.  More than likely, he/she will be able to clarify any misconceptions you may have about curriculum or classroom management. 

We believe that Together Everyone Achieves More!  Let’s work as a TEAM and make every moment of your child’s educational experience a success.  We look forward to working with you this school year.