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Parent Resources

Parent Conference Tips for Success!

10 Questions you might ask the teacher:‌

  1. What will you cover in this grade or subject this year?
  2. What are your expectations for homework?
  3. Does my child complete assignments?
  4. How are my child's work habits?
  5. Does my child read at the level you would expect for this grade?
  6. Is my child able to do the math you would expect for this grade?
  7. Is my child in different groups for different subjects?
  8. Does my child get along well with other students?
  9. How are you addressing state standards?
  10. How can I help my child at home?

Find more tips online:

Math and Language Arts Websites

Visit these sites often to reinforce student learning at home:

Find the help you need with our new Math curriculum at Macmillan McGraw-Hill Mathematics.

http://www.mhschool.com/math/2009/ca/index.html

 

Learn more about our new Language Arts curriculum and find many parent resources that explain and reinforce concepts learned at school.

http://treasures.macmillanmh.com/california/families

STAR Test Program Website

 www.starsamplequestions.org

This website is designed to help parents understand the STAR Testing Program.  The website allows you to look at sample test questions by grade, subject, and proficiency level.  All 2nd-5th grade students will be taking the STAR Test in May.  Please take the time to visit this site often with your child.  The language arts and math websites are available under student resources along with other helpful homework websites.