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Parental Involvement Round Table with Commissioner Pam Stewart

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Published on Nov 19, 2012

To learn more about the Department of Education, visit our website at www.fldoe.org or Commissioner Stewart's blog at http://educationfl.wordpress.com/.

Please feel free to share these tips on how to stay an involved parent.

Invite your child to help you write the family grocery list.

Browse through the newspaper and discuss current events.

Listen! It's the #1 thing a parent can do to support their child.

Ask the teacher what your child is learning and how you can support this at home.

Make it a habit to review and discuss homework regularly.

Write a note or email to your child's teachers to thank them or ask a question.

Check out your school's website through your public library or at home.

Talk to your child about his/her favorite subject in school.

Sneak a note into your child's school bag reminding them of how proud you are.

Visit a local zoo or park and talk about what you see there.

Show school spirit! Attend a school sporting event with your child.

Compare tastes in music. Actually listen to what your child listens to.

Participate in your child's favorite hobby.

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