Every parent wants his or her child to do well in school. The problem is not usually that parents aren't capable of helping their child do well in school.
After all, not many parents have a background or training in educational techniques or child psychology.
It's just that the parent doesn't know the best
way to help. Here are some tips for how you can improve the likelihood of your child's school success.
Absenteeism issues plague almost every community in America. It is not a problem facing only urban low income students; it is a problem facing middle class America - students who plan to go to college but simply are not in school enough to ensure they are prepared and ready to succeed once they get there.
A report from Johns Hopkins University details the severity of the absenteeism problem plaguing America's schools, showing both the
impact of missed days on students' educational outcomes and the implications for policymakers at all levels.
Please slow down to the posted speed limits around all schools and obey signs regarding One Way streets along school routes. Let's not wait until
an accident happens. Be careful now.
Our responsibility is to provide a safe and secure environment for our children inside our schools as well as when they
travel to and from school. By traveling at the posted speed limits, you can help provide that safety to our children. Thank you.