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End-of-Year Reminders for Parents


As the school year comes screeching to a close, you might want to remind parents of things that need to be taken care of before the last day of school. Some of those tasks might include reminding parents to

  • register any children for pre-K or kindergarten classes.
  • urge new neighbors to come to the school office to enroll their children.
  • report if they know they will be moving and share any information they have so their child's records can be prepared and sent to the new school.
  • stop by the nurse's office to pickup any leftover medications if meds were stored for their child.
  • return library books and/or other school property.

You might include those reminders in your school newsletter. Or you might make a personal call to parents if you know any specific reminder relates to them. That extra personal touch was always very effective for me.

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