ANOTHER YEAR IN THE BOOKS!
Superintendent Wayne Weber
Another year is gone by and once again I find myself surprised at how quickly the time has passed. As I look back on the year I am proud of the work our teachers and support staff have done helping our students grow academically, socially, and emotionally. Hopefully, our students continue that growth this summer by finding the right mix of fun, family time, friends and a little studying to reinforce skills learned throughout the year. Any time our children spend outside of school involved in reading, writing, math, and any form of hands-on learning will only help them continue that academic growth. As parents, we are our children’s first teachers. The more we model for our children, the easier it is for them to establish good habits. (I know…easier said than done!) If it’s any consolation to our students, please know that our staff will be mixing academic learning into their summers as well.
Raising Caring Kids: Respecting Differences Makes Us Stronger
The ability to respect others is a skill that will help your child forever. It is important to teach children to respect and stand up for people who may seem different from themselves. Children can learn that people are more alike than different, and that everyone deserves to be treated with respect and kindness. They learn from the words they hear and what they see. You can help them learn by the way you talk about or react to what you see in the world.