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The research is clear. Children do better in school when parents talk often with teachers, become involved in school and act as partners in their child’s education.

Ways parents can support their child’s learning include: read daily to your children (even older children); stay informed and involved in the life of your child’s school; ensure homework gets done; help your child find solutions when they are struggling with school or homework; and provide your child with love and encouragement on a daily basis. Children do best when they see and understand their parents have a deep commitment to learning. Below are some resources that can help parents and students on their educational journey.

Recent News

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The Special School District Board of Education on June 11 approved the selection of April Rainwater as the special education coordinator for Parkwood and Willow Brook elementary schools and the Academy of Innovation at Remington, effective July 1.

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The Pattonville School District is excited to announce the upcoming launch of its new website on Friday, June 14. Last fall, we surveyed users and learned our community wanted a site that is accessible, searchable and easy to navigate to find essential resources. We focused on that and much more on the new website and wanted to share some of the exciting changes you will see. 

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