Attend back-to-school night and parent-teacher conferences. Teens do better in school when parents support their academic efforts. Here are 10 ways to keep your teen on track for success in high school. Attending the school's open house or back-to-school night is a great way to get to know your teen's teachers and their expectations.
School administrators can discuss school-wide programs and policies and the options for after high school that parents and guardians of seniors and seniors should be aware of. Taking good care of yourself is critical to the success of your recovery process. People in recovery find that their physical, spiritual and emotional health are all connected and that supporting one helps others. Taking care of all its aspects will increase the chances that it will stay well.
Start by showing children that you care about their homework. Check with them how the classes are going. Let them know that you're there if they need help with homework. Ask them what they're learning and what they like (and don't like) about homework.
For older children, be sure to give them space as well. If they feel like you're pressuring them, they could end up feeling resentful and less motivated.