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We know you'll want to stay informed about what's happening here at school, so in addition to sending home "The Whitebead Weaver" with our students each month, you'll also be able to view it online. Our monthly newsletter's goal is helping us by Interconnecting Students, Parents, and Teachers. So enjoy, and check back often for updates!

Breakfast is the Most Important Meal of the Day

Make sure that you feed your children a healthy breakfast before sending them off to school. It is true that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Breakfast helps children's memory, attention span, concentration, and disposition. Some quick and easy breakfast ideas include fruit and cheese, peanut butter on a waffle, yogurt with fruit, and oatmeal.

Fostering Good Study Skills

Help your child start the year of right. There are many things you can do to help your child have good study habits.

  1. Ask your child daily about what he is learning in school. Talk about this day. Find out about what he is working on.
  2. Provide a place for your child to work that is free of distractions and has the materials he needs. Nothing is more distracting than not having the right supplies.
  3. Have a homework routine. Many children like too have a snack after they get home then hit the books to free up their evening.
  4. Review your child‘s work when he is done. This shows your interest and allows you to identify any areas that might need work.

Get Involved and Stay Involved

Being involved with your child’s school is an important way to show your child that you value education. It is also a great way to get to know your child’s teachers, curriculum, and other children and families in the district.

Don’t worry if you have limited time or you have other small children at home that restrict what you can do. Most schools have many opportunities that you can do at home or are only one-time events. Ask your child‘s teacher how you can help.


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