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Family Involvement In Seattle Schools





Seattle Schools understand the importance of family involvement in a child's education. Too many families believe that school in general is a time when their child isn't their problem and therefore, spend no extra time or involvement. This, of course, just simply isn't the case, though. Active parental involvement can be one of the most important tools for a child's successful educational career. Leaders in the Seattle Schools know this and want to take advantage of this great tool and opportunity in order to help their students succeed.

How Can I Get Involved to Help Seattle Schools?

As a parent, your involvement will help Seattle Schools and your child tremendously. Here are just few of the different ways you can help your child, listed below:

Good Parenting: Seattle Schools know that parenting is probably the hardest job on the planet, but they want to encourage and foster good parenting skills in parents like you and in turn children like yours can have a proper influence. This includes creating an stimulating environment through out the day that is able to keep your child interested in learning no matter what time of the day it is. Learning isn't just for school days between the hours of 8:00 and 3:00. Learning is a lifetime event that Seattle Schools want to capitalize on in order to make their students as closely live up to their academic and personal potential as good is possible. This includes parents like you being supportive of your child and encouraging him to talk about his feelings and problems as well as seeking your help in school work. It is good to make your expectations for school performance high, but not it is not beneficial to make them unreachable. Perhaps most importantly, encourage your child to pursue educational interests. Take him to the library, museum, art show, or whatever you think will stimulate his mind and get him asking questions and wanting to learn. Also, set a good example and read by yourself every day. This encourages your child to read on his own as well.

Ï Communication: Teachers in the Seattle Schools need to be actively involved in the home lives of their students as well as during a normal school day. It's important for you to establish a good communication connection with the school in order to provide teachers with information, this way they can spot any trouble with your child early before it becomes a major problem. Seattle Schools' leaders encourage parents to call their child's teachers regarding any problems, concerns, or questions as well as to understand that the faculty and staff in Seattle Schools are trained professionals and probably know what they're talking about. Keep an open mind because we can sometimes be blinded by the love of our own children.

Overall, Seattle Schools want your child to have the best education available. Get involved. Ask questions. Encourage your child to do the same. They'll thank you for it later. A good education from Seattle Schools will help shape their future for years to come.
About Author Patricia Hawke :

Patricia Hawke is a staff writer for Schools K-12, providing free, in-depth reports on all U.S. public and private K-12 schools. For more information please visit <a href="http://www.schoolsk-12.com/Washington/Seattle/index.html" target="_blank">http://www.schoolsk-12.com/Washington/Seattle/index.html</a>


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