You Can Promote Your Student’s Success in School
Studies show that students whose parents are positively involved in their education have higher levels of success in school and better grades.
Parents that are involved in their student’s education, have greater opportunities to help them make positive choices and encourage greater levels of personal confidence.
Talk to your student about their class assignments and ask them what they’ve learned. Explain your views and values about education and express them in a way that will help your student reflect his/her potential for success.
Attend school conferences to find out about how your student is doing and keep the lines of communication open with their teachers and school staff. Contact the family partnership advocate to share your ideas.
Get information by connecting with other parents and school staff members that may help you find simple and helpful ways to keep your student motivated and supported for success.
Start now. The sooner you know about the information, resources and people that are affecting your student’s chances for school success, the sooner you can contribute to that success.
Start at home by having positive conversations with your student about your vision for his/her future success then connect to activities in his/her school and neighborhood.