Helping Your Child With Homework
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ATTENDANCE MAKES A DIFFERENCE
The single most important factor contributing to student achievement is attendance. Students must be in school to be successful.
Habits that children develop in their school “career” often transfer to their work career. Help your child develop the habit of attending school every day, on time, and being prepared for the day!
OPS strongly believes that daily attendance is critical to academic achievement. We expect every student to attend school and classes on time everyday.
OPS Research shows that there is a meaningful link between student attendance and achievement. Please call the school when your child is unable to attend. Follow up with teachers to find out about missed schoolwork.
Young people are more successful in school when caring adults are involved in their education. This is true from preschool through high school.
What the Parent/Guardian Can Do:
What the Student Can Do:
For further assistance, contact your child's guidance counselor.
OMAHA+ Public Schools/Guidance & Counseling
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