Children aren't always kind to one another. They pick on others or say mean things behind people's backs. But your child doesn't have to accept unkindness as the norm. Share these actions she can take if she sees a classmate being treated unkindly: http://niswc.com/15iLC330517.
about 3 years ago, Ware County Schools
You can help your child learn math even if you don't remember any of the math you took in school. Here are some tips: http://niswc.com/15iKC330517.
about 3 years ago, Ware County Schools
To learn well, your child needs to do more than just listen in class. Here are four tips to help your child learn to take responsibility for learning: http://niswc.com/15iJC330517.
about 3 years ago, Ware County Schools
To learn well, your child needs to do more than just listen in class. Here are four tips to help your child learn to take responsibility for learning. http://niswc.com/15iJC330517
about 3 years ago, Ware County Schools
Here are some tips to encourage your child to continue reading. Check them out at http://niswc.com/15iIC330517.
about 3 years ago, Ware County Schools
Here are some tips to encourage your child to continue reading. Check them out at http://niswc.com/15iIC330517.
about 3 years ago, Ware County Schools
Getting a library card opens a world of learning to your child. If he doesn't have a library card yet, take him to get one. Then do something special to celebrate. Be sure to make regular library visits all year. Learn more at: http://niswc.com/15iGC330517.
about 3 years ago, Ware County Schools
You want your child to behave and be safe at school. So, be sure to discuss behavior and safety issues. Review the school rules and discipline policies together, and let your child know you expect her to follow them. Find out more at: http://niswc.com/15iFC330517.
about 3 years ago, Ware County Schools
What can you do to help your child with homework? First, make sure she has a quiet, well-lit place to work, a regular daily homework time, and basic supplies, such as paper, pencils, pens and a ruler. Then, ask these questions: http://niswc.com/15iHC330517.
over 3 years ago, Ware County Schools
It may sound surprising, but daydreaming can be a useful activity as kids start thinking in more abstract terms. Daydreaming helps children reduce stress, among other benefit. Learn more at: http://niswc.com/15iEC330517.
over 3 years ago, Ware County Schools
Looking for ways to simplify your morning routine? Here are three things that make mornings easier! http://niswc.com/15iAC330517
over 3 years ago, Ware County Schools
Daily school attendance is critical to your child's success. We love to see each one of our students every day! Check out http://niswc.com/15heC330517 for more information.
over 3 years ago, Ware County Schools
Tired of raising your voice to get kids moving in the right direction? Try a kitchen timer to motivate your child. Learn more at http://niswc.com/15hdC330517.
over 3 years ago, Ware County Schools
The Ware County School System will observe Labor Day on Monday, September 2nd. All schools and the Central Office will be closed. School will resume on Tuesday, September 3rd. Have a safe and happy long weekend!
over 3 years ago, Ware County Schools
Your child needs YOUR time more than screen time! Looking for ways to connect? Check out http://niswc.com/15hcC330517.
over 3 years ago, Ware County Schools
Safety is our number one priority! Find out ways you can help keep your child safe on the way to school here: http://niswc.com/15hbC330517.
over 3 years ago, Ware County Schools
Celebrate your child's big accomplishments with these tips: http://niswc.com/15haC330517.
over 3 years ago, Ware County Schools
A short note can ease start-of-school jitters! Learn more at http://niswc.com/15hZC330517.
over 3 years ago, Ware County Schools
Mrs. Misty Burchett was recognized at the August Board Meeting for winning Honorable Mention in the LifeChanger Award competition. Mrs. Burchett is a counselor at Waresboro Elementary School. The award was presented by Mr. and Mrs. Allen McCook. Congratulations, Mrs. Burchett!
over 3 years ago, Ware County Schools
Margaret McCook, Misty Burchett, Alan McCook
Ware County Schools has a new parent messaging app this year! If you get a call from +1 (501) 712-2633 Little Rock, Arkansas, that’s us! Please save the number so you will know it isn’t a telemarketer calling. Thanks!
over 3 years ago, Ware County Schools