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2019-2020 Title I Documents
Click on each of the links below to view the 2019-2020 Title I documents:
Continuous Parent Communication
Ask your teen to explain the answers to these science questions
One of the best ways to learn something is to try to explain it to someone else. Instead of just looking over your teen's science homework, have him teach it to you. In the process, he should try to answer questions such as: What is the main idea? What makes it useful? Do I agree with it? Can I demonstrate how it works? Why do my teachers want me to learn this? What do I already know that is related to this idea?
Organized students can see the big picture
How do some students manage to play three sports, volunteer and still make the honor roll? Organization! For example, writing down all her assignments and commitments in a planner can help your teen see the big picture: "Yikes, next week I have a math test and an English paper due on Thursday, and I'm volunteering Wednesday night!" She'll also be able to see the time she has between now and Tuesday to do the work.
Enlist support if your teen is facing new struggles
It's not uncommon for students who did well in elementary school to struggle in middle and high school. This can be due to a wide variety of factors, including vision problems and learning disabilities. If you are concerned about your teen's learning, ask yourself what changes you've noticed and when they started. Discuss your concerns with her teachers, school counselor and doctor. Work together to get your teen back on track.
Tutoring Availability by Departments
Department Tutoring Schedules (in the process of updating)
Note: Each teacher will also post tutoring schedules on their eCLASS page(s).
Discovery High School Parent Center
Location: Room 1.1.025 in the Media Center
Open Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:30 AM – 2:30 PM
Deborah White, Assistant Principal
Diana Bregeth, Title l Clerk & Bookkeeper
RIGHT TO KNOW STATEMENT:
Parents have the right to request information about the degree and certification of their child's teacher(s) and paraprofessional(s), if applicable. This document is provided to parents in the Title I Parent Handbook and the GCPS Parent Handbook.