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Your Middle School Child Secretly Wants You to Be Involved

Believe it or not, your Middle School Child wants you to be more knowledgeable partners about schooling and are willing to take an active role in assisting communications between home and school.  Parents can do this by becoming a Parent Volunteer, being active in the PTO or other parent organizations, advisory councils, or committees for parent leadership and participation. There is a Parent Volunteer form on this page that you can download , fill out and then  return to the Front Office.  If you are unable to download the Parent Volunteer form, please call me and I will be happy to send one to you.

Thank you!

Family Engagement Specialist

Angela Boyett-Barnes, Family Engagement Specialist (FES)

 

A FES  bridges the gap between home and school by assisting parents in understanding ways they can help their children with academics. Need support or information on how to improve your child's academic performance in school? Please call me (912-531-7668) for assistance.

 

For Further Information:

Georgia Department of Education - Parent Engagement Link:

http://www.doe.k12.ga.us/tss_title.aspx?PageReq=ParentEngagement

 

 

Resources for Helping Your Children Learn At Home

 

You are your children's first and most important teacher.  Take the time to ensure your children have what they need for school each day and they do their homework.

Here are some resources:

U.S. Department of   This site includes links to booklets for helping your child in science, math, Education:reading and history.  It also includes tips on how to help your child with homework.  http://www2.ed.gov/parents/academic/help/hyc.html

Communities in Schools of Georgia:  Learn more about this dropout prevention organization and see if your community has a CIS program you can join.  http://www.cisga.org

  This site includes specific and doable home activities that will help children learn and enjoy math.  Games include Squash That Box and Money's Math.com:Woth.  http://www.math.com/parents/articles/mathhome.html

Scholastic.com:  This site has worksheets, activities and, of course, book recomendations, all broken down by grade level.  http://www.scholastic.com/parents

SchoolFamily.com:  This site has links to dozens of articles and ideas on helping your child at home, as well as tips for solving every conceivable school problem and worksheets galore.  Geared toward grades pre-K through 8, but includes some high school resources.  http://www.schoolfamily.com

 This famous science Exploratorium: museuw in San Francisco has fantastic make-and-do resources for parents.  Make a sound sandwich or calculate your weight and age in other worlds.  http://www.exploratorium.edu/explore

The Kahn Academy:  The Kahn Academy site provides a free online collection of thousands of free video tutorials stored on YouTube.  http://www.hanacademy.org

2018 Information

Math Tips

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Title I Overview Video

Middle School Matters

 

Tips for Parents of Middle Schoolers

  • Get to know your child's teachers.
  • Find a place for yourself at your child's school.
  • Do behind-the-scenes work.
  • Volunteer to chaperone school dances.
  • Go to school meetings and events.
  • Find out about homework assignments and tests.
  • Talk to your child about school.
  • Check your child's homework, but don't it for him or her.
  • Give your child a quiet place to study and do homework.
  • Post a family calendar in a central place.

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