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 Tip Sheets

Helping children gain confidence and build coping skills  

Does your child put up a fight when it's time to go to school?  Does he or she beg to stay home, have a tantrum and refuse to go to school?  This, as well as, trying to avoid school by faking sickness, crying and clinging to you, can be a sign of anxiety.

Sometimes children feel uncomfortable or uncertain about their ability to get along with others.  Your child may be concerned about a specific program or something that happened on the bus or playground.  Maybe a student has been mean, or a bully, to him or her.

Kids sometimes can't express their fears or understand what the problem is.     


Are you tracking your child’s attendance?
Ways to Track Your Child’s Attendance

Have you registered to login to the Infinite Campus Parent Portal?  One way you can stay informed and know your child’s number is by logging into the portal.  This portal, or student information system, provides you with access to your child’s schedule, attendance, grades, behavior, assessment and other information.  To register, you simply need to complete the Parent Portal Request Form and return it to any one of your children’s schools.  You will need to present a photo ID with the form.  You only need to complete one form per household.  Simply list the children and the schools that they attend on the form where indicated. 

Campus Portal webpage includes a video tutorial and other resources. 
You can watch the video tutorial and download the
mobile app from here.

Count the Days and know your child’s number
We also encourage you to keep a tally of the days that your child is out each month by writing them in the space provided on the bottom of the district calendar.  

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