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Parent Information

Here are some frequently asked questions for parents to learn how to help their child do better in school.

As parents, what can we do to get involved at Braly School?

1. Work at home to prepare assignments (cut, paste, collate, staple, etc.)
2. Be a volunteer in the classroom.
3. Be an active Parent Teacher Association (P.T.A.)
member and help on various child/adult activities.
4. Supervise children on field trips.
5. Be on a Braly School committee. This is the best way to help guide your child's education into the future.
6. Read all bulletins going home and respond quickly to requests.

Where can we find information concerning Braly class activities?

You can read the Braly Eagle, our weekly bulletin sent home with students, by clicking under "Gen Info".

Reading resources on getting involved:

Strong Families, Strong Schools: Building Community Partnerships for Learning. US Department of Education 1800 USE LEARN

Connect: How To Get Your Kids To Talk To You The Family Literacy Center ERIC Clearinghouse on Reading, English and Communication Indiana University 2805 E. 10th Street, Suite 150 Bloomington, IN 47408-2698

Parents Assuring Students' Success (PASS). Achievement Made Easy By Learning Together National Educational Service Bloomington, IN