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Woodville-Tompkins
 High School
151 Coach Joe Turner Street
Savannah, GA 31408
Phone: (912) 395-6750
FAX: (912) 965-6768

Mr. Alfred McGuire,
Principal
Alfred.McGuire2@sccpss.com

Hours: Bell Times
Grades:  PK,9th - 12th


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Your Children Need You to Succed in School

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Make education a priority and a legacy for your family.

Adopt the following principles

Be responsible - Accept your role as the parent and make education a priority in your home.

Be committed - Once you have begun to work with your child, continue doing so throughout the year.

Be positive - Praise goes a long way with children, especially with those who struggle in school. Provide positive feedback.

Be patient - Show your child that you care through your commitment and encouragement.  

Be attentive - Stop your child immediately when bad behavior appears. Show him or her what to do and provide an opportunity to do it correctly. Discipline should be appropriate and consistent.

Be precise - Provide clear and direct instructions.

Be mindful of mistakes - Record your child’s performance. Look over all the work your child brings home from school and keep it in a folder. Help him or her correct any errors.

Be results-oriented - Gather information on how your child is performing in school. Keep notes of conferences with teachers, request progress reports and carefully read report cards and achievement test results. Ask questions about these results.

Be diligent - Work from the beginning to the end of the year with your child and the teacher.

Be innovative - Keep learning lively and dynamic.

BE THERE - Just be there for your child–to answer questions, to listen, to give advice, to encourage and to speak positively about his or her life. Be there to support your child whenever needed.