Mrs. Angela McGhee

Grades 4-6
Twitter @AMcounselor

Upcoming Events/ News
Every Child, Every Day

 Deretchin Book Drive - April 24th - 28th
GT Summer Testing Nominations - Due April 28th
STAAR Closed Campus - May 8th - May 12th
STUCO Meeting - May 17th 3:30
Cyber Safety Assemblies - May 22nd
Dragon Store - May 23rd
Field Day K-2 May 25th
Field Day 3 -6 May 26th
June 1st - Last Day of School
Enjoy Your Summer!!!

Monthly Character Traits
How Can I Help My Child Succeed?

September - Responsibility
October - Respect
November - Citizenship
December - Generosity
January - Integrity
February - Caring/Kindness
March - Self-Discipline
April - Perseverance
May - Fairness


Homework Help

Homework should not be a battle. Here are some steps you can take to encourage your elementary-age child to take responsibility for his/her own homework assignments.
Remove distractions - Do homework in a quiet place that does not have distractions.  Turn off the TV; don't expect your child to do homework in a room where siblings are playing.
Establish a routine - Set a specific "homework time" such as right after supper.
Require that homework be complete before your child can watch TV, use the phone, etc.
Prioritize - Encourage your child to work first on those assignments that are due tomorrow. Then tackle the tasks that are due later. Help your child plan his studying so that projects are not left until the last minute. An assignment book can be a big help with this.
Check understanding - Be sure your child understands new assignments before he or she starts working on them. This one can save lots of late-evening tears!
Guide, but don't correct - If your child needs help, offer ideas that can help her sort out the problem, but don't give her the answers.
Get organized for tomorrow - Remind your child to pack the backpack before going to bed. Even the best homework effort doesn't do much good if it's left on the kitchen table!
Helpful Resources

Kid Chat
(for student safety and well-being
concerns after school hours)

Montgomery County Youth Services
888-756-8682 24 Hour Crisis Hotline

Tri-County Services
Child & Adolescent Mental Health
Crisis # 1-800-659-6994

United Way of Houston
Dial 211
(free help line 24/7)



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