Students Dropout Prevention Programs
‘let your EFFORTS rise above your excuses’
Tip:

Here are some ways that parents, working with school administrators, counselors, and teachers, can help their children remain in high school:

1- Allow kids to watch or listen to age-appropriate TV, CD, DVD or radio only (so they will not get bored at school early in life)

2- Students get invoved in Individual tutoring or mentoring programs (group). Arrange for help with making up missed work, tutoring, placement in a special program, and/or a transfer to another school.

3- Stop doing drugs or drinking alcohol in front of them and calling them curse words or derogatory words when you are angry

4- Play board games or read/watch a biography with them at home

5- Participating in school or community after-school programs. Help them to find hobbies they enjoy doing alone and with others.

6- Parental interaction with school and homework follow up

7- Government and Business partnership that keep parents employed to provide financial support, to prevent worry about economics that impedes the educational process
 
8- Help them with personal problems, and/or arrange for professional help.

9- Help them schedule work and family obligations so that there is also time to attend school.

10- Help them understand that the choices they make--like marrying, becoming parents, falling courses, or behaving badly enough to get suspended--can seriously disrupt their ability to finish school.


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School Prevention Strategies
Parent's Role in Prevention
Think Before You Do!
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Facts about drop outs !
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