This week’s tip comes from all of our faculty and staff in advance of Veteran’s Day 2015. We suggest that you please check out the site Green Light a Vet to find more information about this heart-warming effort to show the men and women in uniform that we appreciate them everyday!
This week’s TTT comes from Mrs. Landry, 4th grade reading and writing teacher, but it applies to all grades and subjects. My tip is to make sure you are using all the free computer programs students have access to at home (or at the public library, if you don’t have interest access). Jefferson Parish has […]
This week’s TTT comes from Mrs. Thiaville, 3rd grade ELA teacher. She explains the importance of neat handwriting, which is a sentiment echoed by many educators. Parents, please insist your children write with their best handwriting, even when completing homework. Handwriting is important! Teachers need to be able to read your child’s work to score […]
This week’s tip comes from Mrs. Vides, 3rd grade ELA teacher. She shares an article about bedtime routines, which is very important to the quality of children’s sleep, and therefore the other aspects of their lives, too. Are you having a hard time establishing a bedtime routine with your child? Sleep can play a crucial […]
This week’s TTT comes from Miss Cook, first grade teacher. She shares a few simple ways to help your child become a super reader! My tip is for parents to read with their children every day! Read to your children! They love to hear you and it’s a great way to spend time together! It […]
Homework is such an important part of your child’s daily routine, that we have more advice about homework for today’s TTT. These ideas come from Mrs. Geer, who found them on scholastic.com. Be sure to check their site for more helpful information for parents, families, and students. 3 Great homework tips from http://www.scholastic.com: 1. Do […]
This week’s TTT comes from Ms. Ann Dettman, our school psychologist. She is an important member of our staff as she helps determine which instructional paths will most benefit individual students who are struggling. Her advice for you is a way to make homework more enjoyable and productive for you and your child. My favorite […]
This week’s teacher tip comes from Mrs. Faucheaux, 3rd grade math, science, and social studies teacher. It is short and sweet, but so important! Review each test paper with your child . If they missed any questions discuss what the correct answer should be and why. Have them rework the problems on loose leaf paper […]
Our TTT this week comes from Mrs. Ramirez, fourth grade math and social studies teacher. She shares a graphic that she finds helpful for parents, and a link to more like it- including Spanish versions! Find more graphics like this at ForTheTeachers- Parent Resources.
This week’s teacher tip is from Miss Tracey LeBlanc, upper grades generic special education teacher. The resources she share are perfect for students of all grades and ability levels! How do you study? All students study in different ways, and it is important to study in a way that works best for you. Some students […]