Eureka Union
School District

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  • Visit your child's school. You are always welcome!
  • Make sure your child gets enough sleep, eats breakfast every day, wears appropriate clothes and arrives at school on time.
  • Read to your child every day, or encourage your child to read independently.
  • Insist that children treat school staff members with respect and obey school rules.
  • Call a teacher or write a note when you have a question, a compliment or a concern.
  • Volunteer your time. Many volunteer tasks can be done at home.
  • At the elementary level, attend parent-teacher conferences to discuss your child's progress and any potential problems.
  • Carefully review your child's report cards, school newsletters and other information from school.
  • Participate in the Parent Teacher Club and Eureka Schools Foundation.
  • Attend site council meetings at your child's school.
The district recognizes that parents are the most important educators in their children's lives. Studies have proven that children whose parents are involved in their education perform better in school than children whose parents are not. That is why we encourage parents to be active with their children at all grade levels- even junior high school.

We encourage parents to work with their school PTC and volunteer in the classroom. But we also encourage parents to be active with their children's learning at home. Read to them regularly. Ask them about their day and listen. Enjoy dinner as a family. Parent involvement can easily be woven into even today's busy schedules.

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