SWHS parents can tour classes

Parents of South Whidbey High School students can visit their child’s classes and meet their teachers this month.

South Whidbey is having an open house at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 15. The evening is a time for parents to meet teachers who will explain their programs, curriculum, classroom expectations, grading procedures and other activities for students.

Typically, parents follow their child’s schedule, spending a few minutes in each class. Teachers answer common questions such as: What’s the teacher’s homework policy? What happens if an assignment is late? Are there any major projects on the horizon?

The open house is also a chance for parents to meet the parents of their teen’s classmates.

Organizers said it also provides an opportunity for parents to lend support to their student.

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