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Research repeatedly shows that students, whose parents are interested in, involved in and supportive of schools and education, are more successful than students where the reverse is true. Parents are strongly encouraged to bring concerns, questions and suggestions directly to the school. Working together, through honest and open communication will undoubtedly result in a positive outcome.

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Home – School Communication

Research repeatedly shows that students, whose parents are interested in, involved in and supportive of schools and education, are more successful than students where the reverse is true. Parents are strongly encouraged to bring concerns, questions and suggestions directly to the school. Working together, through honest and open communication will undoubtedly result in a positive outcome.

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