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7 Student Approach To School The Procrastinator The Blamer The It’s Not My Fault Student The Disorganized The Defiant Student The Unmotivated The Responsible Student The Anxious Student

8 Parent Leadership Roles Supporter Consultant Boss

9 Supporter Hit and Run Praise Don’t Over-Do It

10 The Consultant

11 Consultant Tentative Shoulder – to – Shoulder Attitude of Child

12 Boss Start or Stop Behavior? Stop Start Punishment Reward

13 Leadership Supporter Consultant Boss Blamer Complainer Defiant Disorganized Worried Sneaky Unmotivated Procrastinator

14 Study Skill Myths

15 Staff Trainings PTA/PTO Parent Presentations

16 Students were asked: If you could tell your parent one thing about schoolwork and how they could be more helpful, what would it be? This is what they said…

17 Help only when I ask for it.

18 If I’m not freaking out, you don’t have to, either.

19 Keep my sister out of my room.

20 Don't nag me. I know I need to do it.

21 Back off when I don’t get an A.

22 Stop worrying about when I start my projects or when I finish them.

23 Don’t remind me about my projects every five minutes.

24 Encourage me rather than scold me.

25 Don’t tell me right when I get home from SEVEN HOURS OF SCHOOL to do more work. Give me a break, then I’ll do it.

26 I wish my parents understood that sometimes my friends ARE more important than homework

27 Stop checking the school website because you think I’m lying about my homework Trust me a little more

28 Stop making me redo math problems.

29 Trust me a little more. Even though I don’t want to, I will do my homework because I don’t want a lower grade.

30 Back off when I don’t get an A.

31 Trust me and let me do what I want. Trust me that I want to get good grades too.

32 Trust me

33 Believe in me

34 Trust me

35 Believe in me


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