We all have a role to play in helping your child be successful.
You can support your child’s learning by:
● working in partnership with school staff.
● providing a quiet place for your child to study at home.
● staying informed and keeping in touch with school staff. This includes reading newsletters and other school materials.
● going to parent-teacher conferences.
Teachers will help your child succeed by:
● providing programming that’s suitable for your child.
● providing many opportunities and different ways for students to show what they know.
● giving students who’ve missed important assessments and activities the chance to complete the work.
● clearly explaining what’s expected of students in all courses and how student work will be graded/marked (i.e., course outline).
● keeping detailed, accurate notes describing your child’s successes and challenges.
● communicating with you regularly about your child’s progress and achievement.
● providing opportunities for you to be involved in your child’s learning.
Students have a responsibility for their own learning and are expected to:
● come to school every day and on time.
● finish their assignments, projects and tasks to the best of their ability.
● participate in activities to celebrate learning.
● show that they’re learning.
● take advantage of chances to revise or redo assignments or tests so they can show growth in their knowledge and skills.