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TIPS FOR PARENTS TO HELP THEIR KIDS IN SCHOOL

Parents, here are some tips on how to help your child achieve in school, put out by the V.I. Education Department:
— Know what is going on in school. Call and visit your child's school.
— Be supportive of the school.
— Offer to help quiz for tests or review, but realize that some students will reject this offer.
— Help your child to set, and write down, goals.
— Keep cummunications lines open with the school.
— Provide an adequate study atmosphere and study materials at home.
— Try suggestions of teachers and other school staff.
— Give the school information about your child that may be helpful.

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Parents, here are some tips on how to help your child achieve in school, put out by the V.I. Education Department:
-- Know what is going on in school. Call and visit your child's school.
-- Be supportive of the school.
-- Offer to help quiz for tests or review, but realize that some students will reject this offer.
-- Help your child to set, and write down, goals.
-- Keep cummunications lines open with the school.
-- Provide an adequate study atmosphere and study materials at home.
-- Try suggestions of teachers and other school staff.
-- Give the school information about your child that may be helpful.