Tips for Parents

Why should my child come to school everyday?

*It is extremely important that your child learns the value of education and consistently coming to school at an early age.
*Frequent absences take away from instructional time.
*Late students also take away from instructional time and is disrupting for the other students in the classroom.

Download our Literacy Tips Brochure

Developmental Milestones

Potty Training 

This link contains videos for parents and adults.


Make sure your child gets the recommended amount of sleep each night: For preschoolers 3-5 years, 10–13 hours per 24 hours (including naps)


Eat meals with your child whenever possible. Let your child see you enjoying fruits, vegetables, and whole grains at meals and snacks. Your child should eat and drink only a limited amount of food and beverages that contain added sugars, solid fats, or salt.


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Help your child develop good language skills by speaking to him in complete sentences and using “grown up” words. Help him to use the correct words and phrases.


Emotional Regulation/Handling Tantrums

Be clear and consistent when disciplining your child. Explain and show the behavior that you expect from her. Whenever you tell her no, follow up with what he should be doing instead.

Help your child through the steps to solve problems when she is upset.

Give your child a limited number of simple choices (for example, deciding what to wear, when to play, and what to eat for snack).

Calm Down Videos and Links

Bee Breathing -

Bear Breathing - Bear Breath (Gonoodle)

Bunny Breathing -

Elmo Belly Breathe -

Esme and Roy Breathe -

Esme and Roy Glitter Jar

Flow breathing -

Rainbow breathing -

Square breathing -

Slow Breath 1 -