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Principal's Corner

Lee Scott


Welcome to Banks School! We are so glad you are visiting our web site, and we hope it will help you get to know our school.

With a warm and welcoming atmosphere, dedicated teachers, and a rich tapestry of cultures representative of our community, Banks School is a wonderful place to teach and to learn.

Banks School is committed to academic excellence. Together with our families and the community, the staff and students of Banks work toward clearly focused educational, personal, and social goals. Parents are strongly encouraged to become involved in the school. When parents attend school functions, they demonstrate to their children that they value school and education. Attending events such as Back-to-School Night, Open House, Bobcat Bowl, parent/teacher conferences, Grandparents’ Day, Parent Meals and coming to PTO meetings are all important ways that parents learn about what’s going on at school.

Volunteering sets an important example for children about shared responsibility. There are innumerable opportunities to volunteer, whether it is in the classroom, participating in PTO activities, chaperoning field trips, serving as a room parent, serving on a committee, or assisting with clerical tasks. Parents learn about these opportunities through classroom newsletters, and through the many PTO flyers and notices that are sent home, or simply by calling the school office and inquiring.

The PTO (Parent Teacher Organization) works tirelessly to support our school in countless ways, including financial support through fundraising, providing enrichment activities such as honor roll parties and field trip opportunities, sponsoring our fall festival, and volunteering.

Parents are informed about school policies, procedures, academics, and events through a variety of channels. The Back-to-School packet which goes home with the students on the first day of school contains information about school and district rules and procedures, behavior expectations, the school calendar, and other essential information. During the year parents stay informed through classroom notices, announcements on our local cable TV channel, our district web site, notify me, school messenger and the web-based Parent Portal.

How to get involved in your child’s education at Banks
1. Ask your child questions about what he/she learned in school that day. (“What did you learn in math        today?” or “What stories are you reading in school?”)
2. Read to your child every day.
3. Check your child’s backpack daily for letters or flyers about upcoming events.
4. Call the school or email the principal or teacher if you have any questions or concerns.
5. Sign up to help at a class event like parties or field trips.
6. Attend PTO meetings to learn about school events.
7. Assist your child with homework assignments by creating a quiet environment to work.

Please come by and see our school for yourself!

Mrs. Scott

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