Parent and Family Engagement
Learning does not begin or end in school. In fact, the learning and development that does—or does not—happen outside of school is often as much or more important than formal learning.
Families are a central source of children's learning and development and their influence cannot be ignored. Engaging with families can inform, complement, reinforce, and accelerate educators' efforts to educate the whole child.
Without strategic and continuous connections between families and educators, we cannot ensure that students are healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged.
Parents and guardians are welcome to visit in the classroom, volunteer and are encouraged to support their child for special class events and the school's Christmas, Black History and Spring Multicultural Programs.