Resources

Here you will find flyers that we have distributed and also helpful resources.


Student Lunch Planner

Make the morning easier with a school lunch planner courtesy of Scholastic’s Parent and Child.

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Parent’s Guide to Student Success

These four page guides provide an overview of what your child will learn by the end of each grade K-8 in mathematics and English language arts/literacy.  There is one guide for each grade.  These guides are provided by the National PTA and are available in English and in Spanish.

Parent’s Guide to Student Success


How to Get Meaningful Responses When You Ask Your Child About School

Many of us get a one word response when we ask our children about their day at school. This flyer that was distributed via backpacks gives helpful tips and suggestions of how to get more from your discussion with your child. This flyer was created by the NYS PTA.

What to ask your children about school

What to ask your children about school-Spanish


What Parents Can Ask and Do to Help Children Thrive at School

As a parent or caregiver, you have a key role in your child’s education—you can help bridge your child’s transition from home to school, and give him or her the best chance at success in learning and in life. While your child’s education begins at home, this tool provides you with a set of questions to ask, and important issues to consider when approaching your child’s teachers, principals and counselors about his or her development. As a parent or caregiver, it can be hard to know how to support your child’s learning, but asking your child’s educators the right questions is a good place to start.

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Student Organizing Video Links:

Leslie Jossel is known as a respected resource on ADHD and Executive Functioning in students and has been featured in national broadcast and print media on these subjects. She also speaks and conducts workshops nationally to parent and educator groups on a variety of issues and topics facing students today. Her website, Order out of Chaos features a Student Organizing section with video links on a variety of topics that relate to student organization.

You can check the video tips out here.


Study Skills for Students Presents:

Successfully Transition to Middle School and Successfully Transition to High School; two free downloadable e-books.  To download either book, check out their website here.


SHMS Library online resources:

Need to find a great book for your child in a specific genre?  Not to worry, they’ve got suggestions for 14 different genres!

Need a research database? Not to worry, they’ve got World Book Advanced Encyclopedia and Student Resources in Context.

Check out the SHMS Library Media Center website for these great links and more!

 

 

 

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