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Getting the Best for Your Child from Parent-Teacher Meetings

Parent-Teacher Meetings are a valuable tool to help you and your child’s teacher(s) work together for your child’s school success. This is a wonderful opportunity for parents to ask questions and gather information that will help parents encourage their children to achieve. When parents and teachers work together with mutual respect and caring, children achieve more at school and are happier to be there.  Suggestions to help parents with the meeting:

· Ask about your child’s work habits, behaviour, participation and learning style.

· Ask how instruction is differentiated to meet your child’s learning needs.

· Ask the teacher about learning targets, assessment, classroom routines and discipline.

End the meeting on a positive note and keep in regular contact with the teacher to follow up on the mutually agreed plan. Talk with your child about what was discussed and how you and the teacher will work together at improving the child’s learning.

 

Remembrance Day Assembly — November 10

On November 10, at 12:45 p.m., students and staff will hold a Remembrance Day Assembly to recognize our family members who have served and continue to serve our country during times of war and conflict and peace. Parents and community members are welcome to attend the assembly.

During the assembly, students are welcome to place a poppy on a wreath to honour family members.  Please fill out the form found in the weekly newsletter and return to school by November 8 if you would like your child to place a poppy on a wreath to honour a family member.

Text Box: Student’s Name:  ____________________________________________<br />
Name of Loved One(s):  ______________________________________<br />
___________________________________________________________<br />
Relationship to Student:  _____________________________________<br />
Name of Loved One(s):  ______________________________________<br />
____________________________________________________________<br />
Relationship to Student:  ______________________________________</p>
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