EOP staff provide a safe, orderly and friendly atmosphere where a student can receive his/her education.
As a parent/guardian, it is your responsibility to be sure that your son/daughter is in school. All Educational Options Programs require that a student be present to earn credits by completing assigned work. When a student is not present and does not complete work, units are not earned. Encourage your son/daughter to attend school every day. Contact information for each program is provided on this web page. You are welcome to visit or call our offices if you have any questions or concerns regarding your son’s or daughter’s educational progress.
Observe your child carefully and comment on the things that are done well. When you see an area that needs improvement, find a positive way to talk about it with your child.
Encourage "personal best"
Help your child by encouraging him or her to do the best in school and at home. Remember, "personal best" does not mean "perfect", and learning is not the same as high grades. Children, like adults, need the freedom to make mistakes and to learn from them.
Make learning a priority
Your attitude toward school attendance, education and involvement in the school makes a strong and lasting impression on your child. Show your child, by example, that learning is a priority.
Show interest in school work
Talk about school each day.
Ask to see class work.
Have your child read aloud to you.
Read to and with your child from a variety of material in your first language.
Encourage your child to discuss new ideas and opinions.
Show appreciation for good efforts.
Offer suggestions for success
Help your child use the following strategies to improve performance in school:
Read the assignment when it is given.
Keep a list of new vocabulary.
Proofread assignments to catch errors before writing a final draft.
Review notes before a test.
Schedule study time
Set up an area for homework away from noise and distractions. Post a family calendar that schedules school project deadlines, after-school activities, mid-term dates, exam periods and report card dates.