Editor's Note: This article originally ran on February 28. It has been updated to reflect a change in the date.
CRANFORD, NJ – Cranford Public Schools will host a parent information session regarding mathematics and reading for grades three through five in May.
The math session will provide parents with activities and ideas to help their children enjoy math and embrace it in their everyday lives.
“This session will provide different activities and ideas to use each day to personalize math for your child,” a flyer from the district reads. “We will discuss resources such as math computer apps and math websites to help your child become a more independent, successful math learner.”
The reading session will target reading skills that build stamina, fluency and volume for upper elementary readers, according to the flyer.
“We will discuss the strategies necessary to become proficient readers, how important metacognition is to comprehension, and how you can help at home during this time of literacy acquisition,” the flyer reads.
The session will be held on Tuesday, May 1 in the Orange Avenue School cafeteria from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
To register, click here.