Chloe Babauta Pacific Daily News USA TODAY NETWORK Published 10:21 PM EDT Aug 11, 2019 With the beginning of the school year coming up, it’s an important time for parents to prepare their children for the classroom. In addition to getting school supplies, families need to keep updated with their children’s schools, set up routines so their kids get adequate rest, and help students stay mentally stimulated — especially while kids are stuck inside during Guam’s rainy season. More: Families conquer long school supply lists, school staff purchase supplies on tight budgets More: Shieh preseason volleyball tourney Aug. 15-17 To help parents get their kids ready to go back to school, we’ve asked a few Guam Department of Education teachers for advice. Keep updated Parents can ask for help preparing children for the school year by reaching out to their teachers (especially home base teachers), said Victoria Rose Guiao, CHamoru teacher at VSA Benavente Middle School. “Teachers love when parents email or call us regarding what they can do to help their child,” Guiao said. For issues related to the school or general information, you can save time by reading online instead of calling the school office, Guiao advised. Guam… Read full this story
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