Tricky Topic? There’s a Report to Parents For That
Communicator January 2014, Volume 37, Issue 5 If strong parent communication is one of your 2014 resolutions, make sure to keep copies of NAESP’s Report to Parents on hand.
January 2014, Volume 37, Issue 5
If strong parent communication is one of your 2014 resolutions, make sure to keep copies of NAESP’s Report to Parents on hand.
Report to Parents is a family-friendly bulletin that’s ready to distribute to parents and members of your school community. Each month, Report to Parents explores relevant parenting topics from health to homework to behavior to bullying, offered in both English and Spanish.
The most recent issue explores goals, offering suggestions for families to guide students through the goal-setting process.
Any of these common parenting topics sound familiar? Distribute Report to Parents to your families to help them navigate these challenges:
- Managing test stress
Report to Parents: Test Preparation
- Reinforcing math lessons at home
Report to Parents: Everyday Activities to Reinforce Math Skills
- Tackling online safety
Safeguarding Kids’ Online Activities
- Increasing students’ attendance
Make Every Day Count: Boost School Attendance
- Working effectively with teachers
Report to Parents: Maximize Parent-Teacher Conferences
Explore the Report to Parents archive for back issues on a wealth of other topics families face.
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