Developing good study habits is a crucial part of achieving academic success. In the case of homework this means getting into the habit of completing assignments in a timely manner, free of last-minute stress.
When Elm Middle School teachers assign homework, they do so to provide students with the necessary practice to reinforce concepts that were introduced in class. We encourage families to set a routine for completing all homework.
To help with that, we offer an after-school Homework Club at Elm from 3:05 to 4:05 p.m. each school day.
How Homework Club Works
Students make use of Homework Club on an as-needed basis. To become part of the club, students simply report to the computer lab after school and sign in when they arrive.
Homework Club offers a quiet place where students can complete their work with a teacher present.
Because the club meets in the computer lab, this means students also have the opportunity to write, revise and print out their papers and to use the internet to research topics.
Students who frequently attend Homework Club see a higher rate of academic success. Just drop by, sign in and get to work!
Fast Facts About Homework Club
► When: Each day after school, 3:05 to 4:05 p.m.
► Where: Elm's computer lab
► What: Homework Club provides a quiet, teacher-supervised space for students to do their homework, with access to computers for writing and research
► Who: Any Elm student who wants to do homework before leaving school
► Why: Get your work done early and improve your grades!