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  1. Welcome… to the Technology PLE Parent Conference Night! at James A. Foshay Learning Center

  2. Meet Our Hard-Working and Dedicated Teachers! • Ms. Ananiades • Mr. Anderson • Mr. Canales • Mr. Candler • Ms. D’Mello • Ms. Gottfried • Ms. Fuentes • Mr. Hernandez • Ms. Miller-Hampton • Ms. Madrigal • Dr. Nwaosu

  3. Conference Time • Meet with each teacher for a maximum of 5 min. • If you’d like to meet longer with each teacher, please feel free to make an appointment for a later date/time.

  4. Tips to help your child succeed: • Get a good night’s sleep.

  5. Success Tip #2 • Eat breakfast (either at home or in the school cafeteria- free of charge)

  6. Success Tip #3 • Be on time to school and prepared with backpack, pens, pencils, paper, and agenda book (provided by Title One)

  7. Success Tip #4 • Ask questions

  8. Success Tip #5 • Take advantage of after school tutoring/activities

  9. Success Tip #6 • Limit or eliminate TV/phone use during the week (replace it with a puzzle or book or educational TV show/movie)

  10. Success Tip #7 • Make sure your child has the proper uniform on everyday (and if he/she will not be wearing the uniform for ANY reason, send child with an excuse note)

  11. How can I help my child be successful academically? • Read nightly (30-45 minutes) • Go over agenda (what did your child do in each class?) • Ask to see homework (you don't have to know what it is, just ask to see it to show you have an interest) • Follow up with teachers- (don't wait until you hear from your child's teacher) CALL or STOP BY to introduce yourself/check-in 2011 Williams/Canales