Parents Bill of Rights

Parent’s bill of Rights

• We, as parents, have a right to be treated with respect.

• We have the right to say no and not feel guilty.

• We have the right to know where our kids are, who their friends are, and who they are with at any time.

• We have the right to demonstrate we care by occasionally verifying or spot checking our children’s whereabouts. We may, for example, call host parents on parties or overnight stays. • We have the right to set a curfew and to sit down and talk to our kids about our decision.

• We have the right to make mistakes and/or change our minds.

• We have the right to ask questions about all things which may affect our children.

• We have the right to monitor all school related activities: academic, behavioral, and social.

• We have the right to consult with adults who influence our children’s lives, i.e., coaches, employers, teachers, youth group leaders, ministers, and counsellors.

• We have the right to assign our children chores and other family responsibilities appropriate to their ages.

• We have a right to promote time together

• I have the right to be treated with respect and to treat others with respect

• I have the right to make mistakes and to apologize

• I have the right to laugh, cry, share and show my feelings

 

 

 

 

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