Student/Parent Handbook » Homework


We believe that homework is an important part of the total educational program.  Homework

should be an extension of the formal instruction in school.  Extending the students’ skills and

concepts through varied practices and maintenance of skills at home is an integral and important

part of the total educational process.


The responsibility of homework should be a shared venture between parents, teacher(s), and

student.  The contribution of each in developing and building good study habits cannot

be overemphasized.


  • Be sure students understand assignments, including due dates.
  • Provide feedback to students so they can learn from their mistakes.
  • Adjust assignments according to the needs of individual students.



  • Provide child(ren) an area at home that is quiet, properly lighted, and away from disruptive devices such as television, radio, etc.
  • Establish a daily routine and time for the student to do homework.
  • Take an active interest in the child’s work.  If the child is unsure, explain and assist the child.
  • Provide positive reinforcements as the child does his/her work.
  • Always notify the teacher(s) when significant problems arise.




  • Listen carefully to the instructions given by the teacher.
  • Write down assignments given by the teacher in your student agenda.
  • Take home the necessary books, materials, etc. to do the assignment.
  • Go to the designated homework area at home and start the assignments.
  • After homework assignments are completed, organize all papers and books in order to avoid losing or forgetting the materials at home.
  • Turn in assignments to the teacher(s) the next day.
  • If you have questions, ASK.