Please click on the link below to view the Volunteer Reporting Requirement Powerpoint concerning Child Abuse
All non-staff members who will be in the building and interacting with students must be trained in child abuse reporting procedures.We are asking that all parents take a few minutes to look at a brief, 7-slide power point outlining your responsibilities with regard to child abuse reporting. After reviewing the power point, please print the last slide (the certificate of completion), sign it, and return it to your child’s teacher.
Policy on Bullying
Policy on Bullying
Resources for Families (Resource from Search Institute)
Peer Pressure, Connecting to Community, Bullying and Violence, Family Communication
Discipline, Technology and Media, Health and Nutrition, Kids and Money,
Military Child Education Coalition (MCEC) www.militarychild.org/
Easing School Transitions for Military Families
Sesame Street for Military Families http://sesamestreetformilitaryfamilies.org/
Mental Health Authority - http://www.hcmha.org/
Mindset Resource - Carol Dweck Youtube - see video
http://kidshealth.org (information for both parents and children)
http://www.search-institute.org (Developmental Assets and Developmental Relationships Information)
ADHD Resource for Parents
Bullying Resources for Parents
Questions to ask your kids after school besides
"How was your day?"
* What made you smile today?
* What did you do that was creative?
* Tell me something you know today that you didn't know yesterday.
* Di you like your lunch?
* What was the hardest rule to follow today?
* What made your teacher smile?
* Can you tell me an example of kindness you saw/showed today?
* Who did you sit with at lunch
* Who did you play with at recess? What did you do at recess?
* If you could change one thing about today what would it be?
* What kind of person were you today?
* If you could change seats with anyone in class, who would it be? Why?