It is often said that parents are a child’s first teachers in life. It’s true! And by partnering with your child’s school team, we can support one another throughout their educational journey. 做爱色情片 TV is a way we can connect with you and share some tips from leaders across our division on ways you can support your children today—right now—with their learning. These are system leaders who assist the school leaders, teachers, and other support staff in our division and with whom you may not be as familiar. Because in 做爱色情片, we all work together in partnership with you, so we can educate our students—your children—to be inspired, skilled, responsible citizens.
EPISODE 1: HOME READING TIPS
In the first episode, Karen Boyd, assistant superintendent of educational programming, shares literacy tips that apply to all students from kindergarten to Grade 12 (and beyond!). Listen in as she shares her views on how to incorporate the gift of reading into everyday life.
EPISODE 2: WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN I ATTEND MY CHILD'S PARENT-STUDENT-TEACHER CONFERENCE
In the second episode, Sandra Herbst, superintendent/CEO, talks about parent-student-teacher conferences. Take a moment to find out what you can expect and how you can prepare for them.
In the third episode, Tammy Mitchell, assistant superintendent, talks about how parents and caregivers can support their children as they face transitions throughout their time in school—into kindergarten, between grade levels, or from one school to another. The strategies provided are practical and easy to put to use.
EPISODE 3: TRANSITIONS
In the fourth episode, Celeste Bartlett, school social worker, shares useful ideas and tips to help you prepare your child for a successful transition to the new school year.
EPISODE 4: BACK TO SCHOOL
EPISODE 5: SCHOOL REFUSAL
In the fifth episode, Harmony Ewach, school social worker, explores school refusal and the behaviours students from kindergarten to Grade 12 may exhibit when they feel uneasy about attending school. She provides tips on how to reduce worries and anxiety, and how to build their confidence, resilience, and excitement about attending school.