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Over and over again, research and common sense prove that a parent has more influence over his or her child than anything else in the world.

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Presentation on theme: "Over and over again, research and common sense prove that a parent has more influence over his or her child than anything else in the world."— Presentation transcript:

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2 Over and over again, research and common sense prove that a parent has more influence over his or her child than anything else in the world.

3 Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.

4 Don’t believe you have no influence over…

5 …because you do. Children see the present. They are drawn in by the wonder and the pleasure of being alive. Problem: children are very close to the future. They need to prepare. Parents see the future. You know the end of the story. Parents guide their children’s future.

6 So hang tough.

7 This is what school looks like to you… This is what you hope school looks like to your child.

8 This is what school looks like to some kids…

9 How can you be sure this isn’t your child?

10 SCHOOL

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12 What’s in your…..

13 …child’s backpack? Homework? Notes from today? Notebooks? Pens? Pencils? Paper? If not, why are you not expecting to see those items? Check homework and notebooks.

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15 When your child knows that you know what’s going on in school, he or she will be much less likely to get off the path to success. Too often, children are too off the path before parents find out about it, and the damage is done.

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17 Check out our web site at For School Events Upcoming sporting events Upcoming tests How to communicate with the school Schedule changes Weather delays and cancellations When report cards and progress reports come out

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19 Give the school your address. is the quickest way to communicate. The line is never busy. You can check your messages when you want. Your can take your time and make your message as clear and concise as you want. You can talk back and forth with your child’s teachers.

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21 Keep addresses and phone numbers up to date with the school office. Teachers want to reach out to you when home support is needed for attendance and academics.

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23 Come visit us! We have people on staff to help with College choice Scholarships Tutoring Health Services Mental Health Care Food bank Social Services VISIT YOUR CHILD’S CLASSROOM. MEET YOUR CHILD’S TEACHERS.

24 Following this short presentation, you will know how to Receive a log in and password to Parent Portal. Gather school information about your child from Parent Portal. Check grades and attendance every day.

25 Using the Parent Portal at

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27 Once you get your password information…..

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29 Do this first!

30 Once you get your password information…..

31 Need Help? School Web Site Help Desk at (443) or Mr. Zuke, Librarian

32 to that password information!

33 Logging In: A Child’s View Click Log In.  Username=your child’s student ID number  Password=your child’s first name (capitalized) Click Log in under the password. Click on your child’s name. Click on one of your child’s courses.

34 What questions do you have?

35 Now get your child’s student ID number

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