Parents in the Classroom

The annual Parent in the Classroom Night returned to its usual format this year with separate evening for primary-intermediate and junior high. Dr. Anna Hankins, a local pediatrician, spoke to parents of student in grades K-5 about the importance of nutrition, sleep and exercise. Parents were encouraged to take an active role as the “gatekeeper” of what food and beverages are brought into to home and made available to developing children. Following the general session, parents met with homeroom teachers and were presented with goals and expectations for the year.

The junior high parents met as grade levels for some introductory comments about the “typical” junior high student and grade level expectations/commitments which the students generated during the first couple of weeks of school. From there, the parents got their exercise as they attending mini-sessions for each of their child’s classes. At the end of nine “ribbits”, many of the parents were more aware of what it takes to get through a day as a junior high student.

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  • Alice in Wonderland School Play
  • Grandparents Day
  • Donald Driver Visit
  • Olympics Day
  • Graduation Photos

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