Parent Teacher Conferences are coming up for TRMS. A parent–teacher conference is a time when important people in a student's life can talk about how that student is doing in school. It's a chance for you to ask questions about the class or your child's progress. It is also a time for you and the teacher to work together as a team to discuss ways you both can help your son or daughter. Take a look at this week's Counseling Corner Newsletter for some pointers on how to make your child's Parent Teacher Conference more effective.
The Digital Commons is hosting a Doctor Who themed book fair this week. You must come and check out the tardis made by our lunch event attendees. There are books, pens, erasers, posters, and more available for purchase. Proceeds from the book fair benefit the purchase of books and materials for the Digital Commons. Please support TRMS and the Digital Commons this week, we are open during conferences!
Parents! Do you have a great photo of your child playing his/her sport? PLEASE share them with the TRMS yearbook! All you have to do is go to www.replayit.com and look for Trail Ridge Middle School or email pictures to Chris Harrison, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bud Hunt, an Instructional Technology Coordinator in SVVSD, has written an article about the three essential kinds of Parental Restrictions with video tutorials, you can view the article here. If you are concerned what your child is accessing or you want to make sure the iPad remains a learning device you need to read this article.
If you have questions, call the Digital Commons at TRMS.
Youth are more likely to grow up healthy when families have clear rules and consequences, and monitor young people’s whereabouts. Check out this week's Counseling Corner Newsletter for some easy ways to set healthy, clear boundaries for your kids.