Parent Involvement

It is a known fact that children perform better in school when their parents are actively involved in their education.  Parents play a critical role, both academically and in the development of the dispositions of a good student.  There are many ways you can be involved with your child's school and become an active participant in their learning.  Here are a few ways you may become involved:

      • Forge a relationship with the teacher; you have a great deal of information
        about your child that will facilitate in their instruction
      • Talk to your child about school events and read school newsletters
      • Try to visit the school and take part in classroom events; if it is not possible due to your work schedule, ask the teacher what you could contribute from home (getting materials ready, making phone calls to other families, etc.)
      • Meet with school personnel as needed, if questions or concerns arise
      • Attend school academic and social events, as often as possible
      • Get to know your PTA
      • Your interest and involvement now play a key role in their future success!

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