Welcome to Mr. Lee's Website
Greetings 8th Grade parents! What a long way we have come. From tweens to teenagers, I'm sure that you have noticed much growth from your child during the last two years of 6th and 7th grade. And I'm certain that you have noticed much change in just the past few months of summer! This is an exciting time for your child and you!
We have much to excited about during this 8th grade year! Your child is now part of the oldest group of students at Aycock. There is much to look forward to this year and with that comes more responsibility and higher expectations. Next year your child will be moving on to high school, so even more import that we in partnership prepare you son or daughter for the rigorous and challenges that that they will face in high school next year.
To help support you in this transition year, please check my page during the year for information regarding activities, important dates, and information that will help you support your child this 8th grade year. The more information you have the better the transition to high school will be.
Success in middle school happens when student, parent, teacher, and administrator work together as a team. There are many support systems in place at Aycock. Taking advantage of these things will help your child be successful.
Attend Open House (August 21st at 6:00 pm)
Join and Attend PTA meetings
Email or Call Your Child's Teachers As Needed
Review Your Child's Agenda Each Night
Review Parent Assistant ( https://pa.gcsnc.com/default.html )
An easy way to communicate with your child's teachers is by way of his or her agenda. Each student was given an agenda at the first day of school. Remember to check your student's agenda every night. Homework will be written in the back of their agenda each day. Sign each to let your child's teacher know that you've seen it. Also, this is a great way to communicate with each teacher. Your child's agenda is integrated into the daily happenings at Aycock. If by chance you child misplaces their agenda, it can be replaced for $5. Your child's AA teacher will be able to help your child receive a replacement. Don't forget to ask your child how their day went and if they have homework each day.
Things To Note
If you have any questions or concerns, please call, email, or drop by the school.
Brian J. Lee