When you’re a teenager, don’t put your parents in charge of your life
Posted On June 20, 2021
Mayport Elementary has launched a campaign to encourage parents to help their children get the basics right.
Mayport says its “brought to you by our local community”.
It says parents should set a goal for a few days to “make sure their children know what to expect from life in the world”.
It has a list of things parents should do to help the kids get a “better start in life”.
Mayport has launched the ‘Make a Difference’ campaign, which it says will provide an opportunity for parents to “provide some guidance to their children”.
“We know many parents are looking for some guidance, but we know we have a lot of information to share.
Mayport has a team of experts who are dedicated to helping families find the right resources,” it says.”
Mayport also offers a range of educational and emotional support, including our new Learning Center, which is designed to help kids explore and understand their own learning needs and to support their parents in teaching them the right things to do.”
We have a team dedicated to supporting our students in this process.”‘
Parents should set goals for a couple of days to make sure their kids know what is expected’Parents can set a date and a time to spend together.
The idea is to teach kids that they need to do what they are asked, that they should be there for each other and they can take responsibility for their own life.”
But for many parents, the feeling is different.””
We can all be pretty confident that if a child does well, their parent is doing well too.”
But for many parents, the feeling is different.
“Parents need to make it a habit,” Ms Williams says.
“The more they can do that, the more they are able to get them to the point where they want to take on more responsibility for themselves and for their children.”
Mayport is also offering free lessons to teachers and parents at Mayport schools and community centres.
Its also set up a special program for parents who are concerned about the health of their children, or those with special needs.
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