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Helping Your Child Learn

It's As Easy As ABC

Attend parent conferences and other school events.

Build in time to talk – and listen – to your child every day.

Communicate clearly your expectations for your child, to your child.

Don’t let your child settle for doing less than his/her best.

Establish a daily family routine that includes scheduled homework and reading times.

Get active at LWES – volunteer to help in the classroom.

Help your child keep on track with homework everyday.

Involve your child in before and after school activities.

Join the PTA.

Keep good books, magazines and newspapers in your home.

Limit your child’s TV viewing to no more than 1 hour a day.

Make sure your child goes to school every day, on time!

Notice when your child does something well and praise his/her efforts.

Organize other parents and community members to be involved at LWES.

Pay attention to the progress your child is making at school.

Question and understand the learning standards at LWES – every child has the right to a high quality education.

Read to your child or with your child every day!

Support school efforts to develop and maintain rules for student discipline.

Talk with your child every day!

Support school efforts to develop and maintain rules for student discipline.

Talk with your child about your day and their day.

Understand what skills your child should be learning at each grade level.

Visit the library regularly with your child.

Write a note or call the teacher when something goes especially well.

Expect and encourage your child to do their very best, every single day.

You are a role model for your child – be sure to set a good example.

Zero in on your child’s talents and interests.