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Volunteer

We know you are busy but if you have 15 minutes a week (or every two weeks) we have a student you can help.  Print out the flyer below and send it in with your child.  We will contact you to discuss ways you can play a role in the success of a child!

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Parent Resource Center

Visit our Parent Resource Center located in the Media Center.  Open during school hours, parents can browse through our assortment of games, manipulatives, folders and workbooks to find wonderful resources to check out and work with your child at home.

 

* Math Games To Go  *Multiplication Rap DVD's & CD's       

*Frog Pond Fractions   *Math Shark   *Hot Dot Flash Cards

*Family Games to help with Reading Comprehension

*Sight Word Games & Puzzles   *POP for Word Families

*ABC & Counting Games   *Workbooks for Reading, Phonics & All Math Levels

 

Resources are FREE! Check them out for a week, return them and check out more!  And, if you can't make it to the school, just send me a note in your child's planner and I will send it home with him/her. Check out the resources available in our center!

Language Arts Resources in our Parent Resource Center

Math Resources in our Parent Resource Center

 

In addition, you can also find resources in our Parent Resource Center for the following:  parenting skills, computer and internet access, volunteer opportunities, community outreach and family crisis management

Parent Involvement Coordinator


 

Leslie Andujar

912-682-1570

landujar@bullochschools.org

 

A Parent Involvement Coordinator bridges the gap between home and school by assisting parents in understanding ways they can help their children with academics.  Need support or information on how to improve your child's academic performance in school?  Please call me for assistance.

Daily Checklist for Parents

  • Check your child's planner - look for teacher notes, notices about school events, etc
  • Check your child's homework - have them show you their work, remind them to put it in their bookbag
  • Ask your child about scheduled tests - help them prepare for them or follow up and ask about results
  • Read to your child or have them read to you
  • Remind your child to review their math facts
  • Ask your child what they learned in school today...and if they say "nothing", ask them again until they tell you something!