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Homework Responsibilities and Expectations

Homework Responsibilities

 

 

Teacher’s Responsibilities:

 

  • To communicate clearly what is expected and when it is due.
  • To monitor assignments.
  • To keep students informed of progress.
  • To be available to parents for questions and concerns.
  • To teach the skills necessary for students to be able to successfully complete the assignments.

 

Student’s Responsibilities:

 

  • To bring home all necessary materials required to complete the homework, including their binder reminder.
  • To ask for help when it is needed.
  • To manage their time wisely and to stay focused on their task while completing their assignments.
  • To put forth their best effort to turn in neat, orderly work that is easy to read and be corrected.
  • To come prepared to class with supplies and assignments completed.

 

Parent’s Responsibilities:

 

  • To set a time and a place for the student to do his/her homework.
  • To check with the student to see that assignments have been completed, and review all papers brought home by the student to monitor progress.
  • To encourage the student to do his/her own work, and to accept the consequences if that work is incomplete or missing.
  • To communicate with the teacher as necessary,
  • To provide an appropriate balance between homework, extra-curricular activities, and family commitments.

 

Homework Expectations

for Specifics please refer to your teachers schoolloop page or your students binder reminder

 

  • Kindergarten: Monthly Calendar, interactive reading log plus reading approx. 15-20 minutes per night
  • 1st Grade and 2nd Grade: Reading and assorted tasks, approx. 30 minutes
  • 3rd Grade: Assignments logged into students binder reminder , approx. 40 minutes
  • 4th Grade and 5th Grade: Assignments logged into students binder reminder , approx. 60 minutes