Nc Check-Ins

February 8th - Biology Check-In
February 15th - Math 1, Math 3, & English 2 Check-Ins

How can you help your child at home?

  1. Celebrate Achievements: Acknowledge and celebrate your child's accomplishments, regardless of the score. Positive reinforcement boosts confidence and motivates them for future learning.
  2. Identify Strengths and Weaknesses: Review the assessment results together to identify specific areas of strength and areas that may need improvement. Understanding strengths can boost confidence while addressing weaknesses provides opportunities for targeted support.
  3. Create a Supportive Learning Environment: Foster a positive and supportive atmosphere at home for learning. Establish a designated study space, encourage regular study routines, and minimize distractions to help your child focus on their studies.
  4. Set Realistic Goals: Work together to set realistic and achievable goals based on the assessment results. Break down larger goals into smaller, manageable tasks, and track progress over time. This helps build a sense of accomplishment and keeps the motivation high.
  5. Engage in Open Communication with Teachers: Maintain open lines of communication with your child's teachers. Discuss the assessment results with them, inquire about additional resources or support available, and collaborate on strategies to address specific areas of improvement. A strong partnership between parents and teachers improves a child's overall academic success.