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Support your Children in School

This page is part of our School Newsletter Inserts section.
Use these short articles in your school newsletters throughout the school year.

Parents who play an active role in their child’s learning and development enhance their child’s overall success and well-being.

Attending a school concert, cheering on a school team, or participating in community events and meetings planned by your school council are a few ways parents can build strong relationships with school staff, other parents and students.

Follow the tips below and explore other ideas (external link) to support your children in school:

  • Build assets and talk with your child (externa link) about school, activities, programs, and what they are learning.
  • Help your child develop a positive attitude toward learning and good work habits.
  • Read together.
  • Be a good role model and get involved in school activities, volunteer, and attend parent-teacher interviews.