This section is just for you. We have links to valuable websites, information about our educational program, and general information about our school. Please use the menu to the left of the screen to access parent resource pages. Below you will find some information that will assist you throughout the year.
We hope you will find the information on this page helpful. We have included resources we believe will help support your child. We also have resources in our Parent Resource room. These resources are available for check-out. If you are interested in checking out educational resources to use with your child, contact Melissa Edgerton
or your child's teacher.
If you need assistance with any of the information listed, please reach out to me at any time.
Title I Curriculum Facilitator & Parent Engagement Coordintor
Would you like to monitor your child's grades and attendance anytime you wish?
Well, you can, and It's simple. First, you have to get the access code(s) for your child(ren). Next, you have to set up your PowerSchool Parent account and download the free app. After logging in, you will get notifications anytime your child's grade changes. You to stay informed all the time. If you are interested in receiving your parent letter or need help setting up your account, click here to email Mrs. Edgerton.
Do you Dojo?
ClassDojo that is. Our entire school uses ClassDojo to communicate events and information with our families. It is also offers parents the opportunity to message their child's teachers, administration, and support staff. If you are not connected to ClassDojo, contact your teacher to receive the sign-up information you need.
Suggestions for Helping with Homework
- Reward time spent on and progress towards completing homework.
- Help your child develop a homework schedule that works for both of you.
- Provide a suitable place for study - if possible, make it quiet and away from distractions.
- Avoid making homework a punishment.
- Talk to your child everyday about homework assignments. Go over the work. See if it is complete. Ask questions about it and take an active part in helping your child, but don't do the homework yourself.
- Find out how much and what type of homework is being assigned.
- Have high expectations for your child's learning and behavior.
- Be a role model in getting work done before play.
- Establish routines.
- Read to younger children and have them read to you every night.
- Contact your child's teacher to learn specific strategies to help with homework.
Ways You Can Help at School -
- Attend parent information sessions
- Volunteer (Mrs. Rebecca Johnson is our Parent Volunteer Coordinator)
- Visit our Parent Resource Room
- Provide feedback when surveys are sent
As a Title I school, we rely on the partnership between school and home to ensure our students succeed. We hope you will feel welcome to be a part of your child’s school experience and a part of the success of Northwest Elementary School.