The importance of helping others
Your child will discover that the world is a better place when people help each other. Consider these ideas for raising a helpful youngster.
1. Take on chores. Helping starts at home, and regular chores are a good place to begin.
2. Assist classmates. Let your youngster see that he/she has the power to help others. If he/she mentions someone who might need help (say, a classmate who is struggling with math facts) ask, "What could you do?"
3. Volunteer together. Your child can be a community volunteer with your help. For ideas, contact the parks and recreation department or community centers.
Steps to Homework Success, Home & School Connection, March 2017
As the South School Counselor, I am here to help students in their academic, career, and personal/social development, as well as their mental health. If there is something you believe I might be able to help your child or family with, please contact me at South School!