Partnering Together for Learning
Our district and school mission is successfully preparing all students for their futures. Our core work as a district and school is teaching and learning. For teaching and learning to be successful during remote learning, it is more important than ever for students to remain engaged in their daily learning with teachers online.
We look forward to the day when we can return to face to face instruction. Until that happens, families can best partner with schools by making sure that students have consistent attendance, a consistent space, and accountability from home to be on time to class and fully participate in their work.
We are glad each day to see our students and appreciate the partnership with families to help ensure all students engage in their learning.
Communicating with Teachers
Touching base with your student’s teacher on a regular basis is important to stay aware of your student’s progress, especially during remote learning.
In addition to communicating at conferences, I encourage families to regularly reach out through email or a phone call to ask your student’s teacher questions about their learning.
Here are some helpful questions to ask:
- What standards and content is my student learning right now?
- How are they performing in those standards/content day to day?
- What skills do they need to practice in order to make strong academic gains?
- Wat reading and study habits would be helpful to reinforce at home?