CENTRO DE RECURSOS PARA PADRES TITULO I

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CENTRO DE RECURSOS PARA PADRES TITULO I
CENTRO DE RECURSOS PARA PADRES
TITULO I
Localizado en la Escuela Elemental Sleepy Hill
2285 Sleepy Hill Rd. Lakeland, Fl. 33810
Phone:(863)815-6787
ACTIVIDADES GRATIS PARA LOS PADRES EN ENERO 2016
Fechas Importantes
*Enero 4th– Regreso despues de los
Feriados de Invierno
*Enero 13– Salida temprano
*Enero 18–Natalicio de Martin Luther King, Jr.
Compartamos una taza de café
mientras conversamos
Café y Conversacion
8:30-9:30 AM
Viernes 15 de Enero
CLASE, TALLER, O
ENTRENAMIENTO
FECHA
Enero 2016
HORA
Rosetta Stone
Martes 12
1-2 pm
Noche Familiar
de Manualidades
Martes 12
5-7 pm
Café y Conversacion
Viernes 15
Seguridad en el
Internet
Miercoles
20
Martes 26
8:309:30 am
10-11
am
3:306:30 pm
Preparacion Gratis
de Impuestos
Nota: Itinerario sujeto a cambios
Hemos cambiado la fecha!
Para un listado de los materiales que ofrece el centro favor de visitar:
http://destiny.polk-fl.net/common/welcome.jsp?site=908 o,
www.polk-fl.net en el enlace DESTINY.
Hemos reprogramado nuestro proximo Centro
de Aprendizaje para Padres. La nueva fecha
tentativa es el Sabado 14 de Mayo, 2016. El
evento en Mayo incluira actividades de Verano
para mantener el aprendizaje activo durante el
el receso y prevenir un verano inactivo.
Ayuda con la Tarea!
Cada Martes y Jueves de 3-6 P.M.
Los padres deben permanecer en el centro.
Detalles acerca de este gran evento estaran pronto disponibles.
RSVP (Llamar para reservar)
Informacion adicional favor de
comunicarse a:
[email protected]
863.665-7074
Diversion para toda la familia: Los ninos deben estar acompanados de sus padres
NOCHE FAMILIAR DE MANUALIDADES: Martes, 12 de Enero 5-7 pm
NOCHE FAMILIAR DE JUEGOS: (Proximo mes) Martes, 23 de Febrero 5-7 pm
RSVP (Llamar para Reservar)
Para más información favor de llamar al Centro o visitar nuestro
Sitio Web del Centro de Padres www.polk-fl.net /parents/involvement/pirc.htm
Sitio Web del Centro de Aprendizaje para Pa-
dres www.polk-fl.net /parents/involvement/plug.htm
New Year's resolution
A new year’s resolution is a tradition, in which a
person makes a promise of self-improvement or
a pledge to try something new and/or different.
2015 in Review!
Top Resolutions

Quit a bad habit
Greatest lesson learned_______________________________

Hardest thing in 2015_________________________________
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Get healthy, lose weight, exercise
more
Forgive
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Conquer a fear
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Save money and/or pay debts
Travel

Spend more time with friends/family
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Read a book
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Reduce TV, social media time
Organize

Learn something new
Favorite Memory_____________________________________
Looking forward to 2016
I want to learn to______________________________________
I want to improve at___________________________________
Goal for this year_____________________________________
ALL elementary Title I schools are required to invite parents to meet face to
face with their child’s teacher for a parent-teacher conference.
Parent Teacher conferences are a best practice and gives both the parent (s)
and the teacher (s) chance to discuss the student and ways they can work to
work together as a team.
What parents need to know ...
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What is my child expected to learn this year?
What will be child be tested/evaluated on? How do the results affect my child?
What can I do to stay more involved in my child’s academic progress?
How do you accommodate differences in learning?
How are older students prepared for further learning after high school?
To prepare for the conference here are points to discuss:
Information about your child
Share any concerns and inform the teacher of any circumstances or experiences
going on in the home.
Ask how your child is socially and/or emotionally in class?
Does he have friends? Is he happy? Does he like school?
Ask what areas does your child need improvement? Strengths?
Academic Performance
Ask if your child performing on grade level?
Does he try his best?
Does he need help in any specific skills or subject ? Is tutoring available?
Special Needs
If your child is in ESE or has a 504, what
are the accommodations for your child?
How does the school deal with his special needs?
How can you be more involved
How can you help or volunteer?
How can you contact the teacher?
What is the best method of communication?
Ask the teacher for suggestions or advice?

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