We want to support you so you can support your child. Parent involvement helps students accomplish their goals and be successful. Please explore our many resources and get active in your student’s education.
Want to tell us something but don’t know who to contact? Need to report bullying or other urgent student concerns? Learn about Anonymous Alerts and other ways to get in touch.
Our goal is that all students graduate high school with six or more hours of college credit.
Workshops offer information and strategies on a variety of topics including depression, cyberbullying, parent/teen relationships, special needs and effective parenting strategies.
Help your child get ready for school by working with them to develop early literacy and learning skills.
If your family is in need of services such as counseling, support groups, housing, clothing, food, substance abuse treatment, or psychiatric assessment, you may refer to our list of community referral agencies to find information and support.
Unexpected situations can happen for any family. Below are some reminders to help you be prepared in case of an emergency or other unanticipated event.
Make sure your child's school has updated emergency contact information by taking a revised Family Verification Form to the school.
Print the Family Verification Form
Without worrying them, assure your children that they will be taken care of if, for some reason, you are unable to care of them, even for a short period of time.
Talk to the people you would want to care for your children if you are unable to, and make sure they know they will be listed as emergency contacts. Memorize their phone numbers, and have your children memorize them, too.
If you have legal documents preventing anyone from contacting or picking up your children, make sure to give a copy of that documentation to the school.
Make sure the list of people who can pick up and care for your children is up to date on your child's information card. Make sure the people who can pick and care for your children are up to date on your child's location and school.