Parents

Parents

Welcome Parents!

Parents are our partners in the education of our students. We have designed this website to be able to provide valuable information for you to be able to make important decisions regarding your child's education. Using the links to the left you can check your child's grades, add phone numbers to our One Call Now parent notification system, find forms, or communicate with teachers, using the Staff Directory

Salvation Army - offering free meals through the summer

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2020 Parents' Guide to Google Classroom

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PARENT COMMUNICATION PLAN/PARENT NOTIFICATION SYSTEM

 One Call Now - "all call notifcation/messaging system"
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ONLINE PAYMENTS

Norwalk City School District now utilizes an online payment system, called PaySchools. More +

SEARCH INSTITUTE'S PARENTING RESOURCES
 
Healthy, strong family relationships are foundational to young people’s growth, learning, and well-being. These relationships build strong social and emotional strengths that kids use throughout their lives.

But great family relationships don’t just happen.

Keep Connected offers all kinds of families—and organizations that support them—ideas, activities, and experiences to help build strong family relationships. Our goal is to strengthen family relationships to help kids be and become their best selves. Click the button on the left to learn more or go to:  https://keepconnected.searchinstitute.org/bringing-out-the-best-in-your-family/
 
 
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Search Institute's Development Assets
 
Since 1990, Search Institute’s research-based framework of Developmental Assets® is one of the foundational frameworks in positive youth development. Over the following decades, the Developmental Assets framework and approach to youth development became the most frequently cited and widely utilized in the world. 
 

Search Institute has studied Developmental Assets in the lives of millions of young people across the United States and around the world. Research consistently shows that young people from all backgrounds do better when they have a strong foundation of these strengths in their lives.

Grounded in extensive research in youth development, resiliency, and prevention, it identifies:

  1. The supports, opportunities, and relationships young people need across all aspects of their lives (called “external assets”); and
  2. The personal skills, self-perceptions, and values they need (called “internal assets”) to make good choices, take responsibility for their own lives, and be independent and fulfilled.

When youth have more assets, they are:

  • More likely to thrive now and in the future
  • Less likely to engage in a wide range of high-risk behaviors
  • More likely to be resilient in the face of challenges

 Click below to learn more!

 

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