Visit the school and its website
1) Knowing the layout of the school curriculum and parent portal can help you connect with your child when you talk about the school day. The Parent Portal allows parents to better monitor their child's progress in school by providing Internet access to grades, attendance, discipline, academic history, in a secure password-protected environment.
Attend Parent Teacher Conferences
2) Attending parent teacher conferences. Parent-teacher conferences can boost family involvement in the classroom and help promote positive outcomes for your students. These are usually held once or twice a year at progress reporting periods.
3) Support homework expectations. Children benefit from guidance from their parents both at home and at school. When parents, families, and schools, work together to support learning researchers found that students get higher scores, develop and practice good study skills, and have good attendance, stronger social skills and better behavior. A good rule of thumb for an effective homework and/or study period is roughly 10 minutes per elementary grade level.