Think Win-Win is the habit of mutual respect. When we think Win-Win, we make sure everyone leaves the situation feeling like a winner. For example, if we think Win-Win with school assignments, we make sure our work is completed. It's a win for the student because they are staying on task and it's a win for the teacher, because they know the student is putting forth their best efforts. This situation is a win for the parents too, because they know they are producing the future leaders of tomorrow and all parents want successful, hard working students. So, this month, think about some different ways that you can create some WIN-WIN situations.
I would like to thank everyone for their support during Red Ribbon Week. This year’s theme was “Strong Together Against Bullying and Drugs”. We want to encourage our students to be healthy and stay DRUG FREE. Below are 10 Quick Steps for PARENTING FOR PREVENTION:
Sharon Bond, School Counselor
Ms. Dodson and Ms. Goodwin Ms. Dodsonr's 3rd Grade Class 2018-2019
Parents'/Guardians' Rights Notification
Parents/Guardians in the Kershaw County School District have the right to learn about the following qualifications of their child's teacher: state licensure requirements for the grade level and content areas taught, the current licensing status of your child's teacher, and baccalaureate/graduate certification/degree. You may also request the qualifications of an instructional paraprofessional who serves your student in a Title I program or if your school operates a schoolwide Title I program. Parents/Guardians may request this information from the principal by calling 425-8965 or by sending a letter of request to Mrs. Goodwin. (firstname.lastname@example.org)