Guardianship: Parental Communication and Students Participation in School Activities

Jerald C. Moneva, Crischel Jean M. Bago, Sheila T. Ycong


In the current scenario, parent child communication has been becoming vague. Usually, students are focused on their phone while at home, while their parents are too busy at work. Parental communication is the communication between a parent and a child. Having communication and stronger relationship of the family is very important, it can have an impact on the family’s closeness and can improve students participation. The study used checklist-questionnaire in gathering the data. In getting results, the study used chi-square and weighted mean to examine the relationship between the two variables. . There were two hundred forty five respondents that were gathered in Senior High School of Jagobiao National High School in North road, Jagobiao Mandaue City. The results showed that there was a relationship between parental communication and students participation in school activities. The parents should communicate to their children and encourage them to participate school activities. It can improve their performance and grades in school. The communication given by their parents can make the students more confident to join and participate the school activities.

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