· Schools promote regular, two‐way communication between home and school.
· Parents, families, educators, and community members assist in improving student achievement by supporting family involvement in the education of their children.
· Schools provide a safe and open atmosphere for parents and families to visit the school their children attend and to actively encourage parent and family support and assistance for school programs.
· Schools and parent involvement staff develop and deliver timely information and training to parents, including language classes.
· Schools respond to such barriers as language, culture, education levels, and work schedules of parents and families that may limit opportunities to participate fully in the education of their children.
· Parents and families support their children’s learning at home and in school and serve as their children’s advocate.
· Schools disseminate information to parents on all required No Child Left Behind and Title I notifications.
For more information, contact Jennifer Miller, State and Federal Programs Coordinator, at (817) 547-5871 or email Jennifer.