PBIS

As students prepare for the remainder of the school year, keeping in communication with the teachers and administrators at his/her school is key to academic success. Some possible topics to discuss with your child’s teacher are:

  1. How can I help my student with homework?
  2. Is my student’s behavior in school affecting his/her academic success? If so, what can I do to support the school’s behavior expectations at home?
  3. What can I do at home to prepare my student for the next grade or life after graduation?

 

 

January PBIS

Dec Ready

Dec Responsible

Dec Respectful

Parents can work along with teachers to promote positive behaviors in school. Below are a few steps.

  1. Keep in contact with your child’s teacher(s) regarding school life accomplishments. 
  2. Verbally acknowledge your child’s school life accomplishments.
  3. Remind your child that you are proud of them.
  4. Follow through with promises and rules at home.

It is important that school personnel and families team up to support students academically, behaviorally, socially, physically and emotionally. Let’s partner together to develop the whole child!

November PBIS

Enhance Home-School Communication

  • One goal of enhancing home-school communication is to support PBIS activities at home and school.
  • Parents, teachers, and other caregivers must work as partners and share responsibility for promoting positive and consistent outcomes related to a child’s academic, behavioral, and social-emotional development.
  • Ask your child’s teachers/administrators about PBIS expectations in the school in order to support expectations at home.

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