Parents Helping Students SucceedEvery parent wants their child to succeed in every aspect of life. With all that families juggle, work, extra-curricular activities, community and faith involvement, it can be hard to know how best to support your child’s school work at home. Please use the links below to find out what your child is learning in Core subjects at school and how best to support that work during non-school times. You will find parent guides for Kindergarten through grade 5, Grades 6-8, and High School tips in these links. Also, we suggest that you take a look at this website: http://thefamilydinnerproject.
- First Grade
- Second Grade
- Third Grade
- Fourth Grade
- Fifth Grade
- Sixth Grade
- Seventh Grade
- Eighth Grade
- High School
Did you know that… “Having regular family dinner (or other meal) is a better predictor of high achievement than doing homework or playing sports. It’s also just plain fun: teenagers consistently rank dinner with their families as one of their most enjoyed activities.” It is true! Research links regular family meals with the kinds of behaviors parents want for their children: healthier eating habits, of course, but also reduction of high-risk teenage behaviors such as drug use, binge-drinking and teen pregnancy, as well as lower rates of depression and anxiety. It’s not just that mealtimes prevent high risk behaviors; they also promote positive ones like resilience and self-esteem, as well as providing key benefits to the brain. Read more here.
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