Encourage your child to start a collection. Collecting can boost sorting and research skills.
Help your child go online to research events that occurred on the day he or she was born.
Ask your child about the best present he or she ever got. What made it special?
Look through a newspaper or magazine with your child. What headlines or articles interest him or her? Read an article together and discuss it.
Share family history with your child. Look at photos and tell stories.
Pick a category. Ask your child to pick a letter. How many items from the category begin with that letter?
All students and staff are invited to wear orange on Wednesday, October 19 to show unity for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion and to send a visible message that no one should ever experience bullying!
Let your child plan dinner. How many food groups can he or she include?
Teach your child ways to handle stress—exercising, getting enough sleep, talking about problems.
Let your child see you keep your temper when you are angry. Instead of yelling, calmly talk about how you feel.
Read your child’s reading assignment together. Then ask your child to tell you about it in his or her own words.
Join us in showing our appreciation of our custodial staff, Ms. Geneva White, Mrs. Deborah Combs, and Mr. Art Dukes. This week is National Custodial Staff Day! We celebrate them this week in recognition of their hard work and dedication to keeping our school clean from top to bottom! We can't imagine what our campus would look like without the critical work they do!
When your child is unsuccessful, ask, “How would you do it differently next time?”
Happy October! Please enjoy this month's newsletter, "Helping Children Learn". You can learn tips to help your child see that math success is possible and worth the effort, set priorities, and remember things better! You also will want to read more about focusing on your child's progress when speaking to a teacher or attending a conference. Have a great week! The newsletters can be accessed by using the links below, and a paper copy will be sent home with your child this week! English https://5il.co/1hf8y Spanish https://5il.co/1hf8z
Choose an object, such as a paper clip. Ask your child to figure out different ways to use it. This promotes creativity and problem-solving.
DLP: Look over your child’s completed assignments. Give compliments first, then helpful suggestions.
DLP: Tell your child about books you loved when you were their age. Need suggestions for titles your child may enjoy reading? Ask his or her school media specialist.
DLP: Choose a Word of the Day. Challenge family members to use it in a sentence.
Hey, Everyone, Please use this invitation to the Parent Engagement Google Meeting. I have had some technical issues this afternoon. I apologize for the inconvenience. To join the video meeting, click this link: meet.google.com/ygq-teib-jit To join by phone instead, dial (US) +1 240-466-6801 and enter this PIN: 753 599 585# More phone numbers: https://tel.meet/ygq-teib-jit?pin=6918864339150
Good afternoon, Parents, Guardians, and Center Staff, This is a friendly reminder that we have our Annual Title I Parent Meeting this evening at 6:00 PM. This meeting will take place via Google Meets. We chose to have this meeting virtually based on our Spring Parent Survey input. Our number one parent meeting choice was virtual meetings.. We hope you will join us virtually by clicking on the link below: The Google Meeting will be recorded if you can't attend the meeting. It will be posted on our website after the meeting is over. Use the link: https://meet.google.com/hxj-bmza-vnh or Join by phone (US) +1 304-404-7828 PIN: 130 295 306# Once you participate in the meeting tonight, please sign in below: English: https://forms.gle/wtjnECgJVkrp5i1q7 Spanish: https://forms.gle/To4TwjNHiie6KtTF6 Vietnamese: https://forms.gle/9ivi6evvWc7MGpq16