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Monday, October 15, 2012 Participate in your child’s education Y ou are your child’s greatest role model and most powerful advocate. Your child is more likely to succeed when you are involved and support the important work going on in the classroom. 19 metro new york The Expect Success Family Guide can help you find ways to participate in your child’s education and to promote his or her intellectual, physical, and emotional well-being. OCTOBER 2012 – Dennis Expect Success M. Walcott Michael R. Bloomberg Mayor Chancellor The Guide has information about school reforms, raising academic standards, course requirements, ways to help your child become college and career ready, and where to go for help. You’ll also find information specific to the needs of pre-k, elementary, middle- and high-school students. For electronic copies of the Guide, visit and search for Expect Success or call 311. Q Get the most out of parent-teacher conferences Q Does your school make the grade? Q Welcome to pre-k! Q Prepare for middle school Q Get involved! Join an education council Q Help your child with good attendance Q Parents as Partners Week events Q Stay connected   nycschools nycschools Text “nycschools” to 877-877 for alerts and info. 1

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