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​Quick Tips for Students and Parents


Tips for Parents: Helping Students Succeed in School

 
Online Homework Support
Support your student by directing them to online tutorials for supplemental instruction on content matter
Math, English, Science, and History Online Resources
 
Establish a daily routine

Provide time and a quiet place to study, assign responsibility for household duties, establish a reasonable bed time for your student

 Monitor out-of-school activities
Set limits on TV watching, encourage after-school activities that the student can be a part of
 
Model the value of learning, self-discipline, and hard work
Communicate about what your student is learning in school. Encourage your student to think about how the amount of effort they put into school directly affects their grades. 
 
 Express high but realistic expectations for achievement
Set goals and standards for academic achievement, recognize and encourage special talents
 
Encourage children’s development and progress in school
Speak with your student about how school is going, offer to help with homework, ask about assignments and tests, and discuss student’s goals
 
Encourage reading, writing, and discussions among family members
 
Communicate with teachers
Contact teachers if your student is struggling, ask teachers to contact you with updates, and provide teachers with information that will help them support your student’s learning 
 
Get involved at the High School
Attend Parent-Teacher conferences, participate in back to school night and other informative sessions offered at school  
 
Check Infinite Campus (IC)
This will help you keep updated in your student’s grades and attendance. Contact Karen Melin at 720-561-5357 if you do not have access. 

Success Lab - “Building a Culture of Success”

What is Success Lab?  Holding students accountable for failing grades is a significant part of the learning process. Thus, students with an “F” grade as determined by eligibility grades are assigned to Success Lab during their block lunch so that they receive additional time to complete work with the support of the content teacher.  However, Success Lab is open to all students. Students attend Success Lab on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11:30 - 1:00, and then attend lunch from 1:00 - 1:30. Success Lab removes the “super lunch” and requires students to use this time for support.