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Parent Corner

The HCPS Parent Corner is a website created for families to get help with using the programs we have in Hopewell, Chromebook basics, and student view tutorials for accessing resources like Flocabulary, Newslea, all the Google Apps and more. Where possible, we have included information in English and Spanish to try to meet the needs of all of our families. This will be posted on our division website and in the student bookmarks folders. We would also welcome you linking the site in your personal Google sites, if you've made one, and however else you want to share it.
 
We hope that both of these resources will be helpful to you and your students. These will also be updated regularly as new features are made available within the programs we use.
 
Visit our new HCPS Parent Corner for all of the resources and links you need for a successful virtual experience. We are in this together! #hopewellmagic.

Home Learning Tips

  • You are not alone.

  • We are all doing this for the first time.

  • All of your efforts are appreciated.

  • Have a routine that works for your family.

  • Set expectations for your learners and go over them daily.

  • Keep the school schedule posted and have a timer or clock, if that helps your learner.

  • Limit distractions as much as possible.

  • Have a designated space with good lighting and a space for your child's school materials.

  • Be a support, but don't give answers.

  • It's ok if new concepts are hard, let your child struggle, within reason.

  • Take breaks (outside and away from tech as a family, if possible)

  • Celebrate small victories.

  • If your child receives services, sit in on the session with your child.

  • It's ok to rewatch teacher instructional videos as many times as needed.

  • It's ok to ask the teacher for help if your child still doesn't understand. They are there to help!

  • Use Remind to text/email your child's teachers.

  • Stay in contact with your child's teacher, especially if your child is frustrated over a new concept.

Consejos de aprendizaje en el hogar

  • No estas solo.

  • Todos estamos haciendo esto por primera vez.

  • Se agradecen todos sus esfuerzos.

  • Tenga una rutina que funcione para su familia.

  • Establezca expectativas para sus alumnos y repáselas a diario.

  • Mantenga el horario escolar publicado y tenga un cronómetro o reloj, si eso ayuda a su alumno.

  • Limite las distracciones tanto como sea posible.

  • Tenga un espacio designado con buena iluminación y un espacio para los materiales escolares de su hijo.

  • Sea un apoyo, pero no dé respuestas.

  • Está bien si los nuevos conceptos son difíciles, deje que su hijo se esfuerce, dentro de lo razonable.

  • Tome descansos (al aire libre y lejos de la tecnología en familia, si es posible)

  • Celebre las pequeñas victorias.

  • Si su hijo recibe servicios, participe en la sesión con él.

  • Está bien volver a ver los videos instructivos del maestro tantas veces como sea necesario.

  • Está bien pedirle ayuda al maestro si su hijo aún no comprende. ¡Están ahí para ayudar!

  • Utilice Remind para enviar mensajes de texto / correo electrónico a los maestros de su hijo.

  • Manténgase en contacto con el maestro de su hijo, especialmente si su hijo se siente frustrado por un nuevo concepto.