Parent Involvement

Want A Successful Child? Get Involved!


How Is My Child Doing?

We’re working hard to keep you up-to-date on how your child is doing
with face-to-face conferences, online progress reports and report cards, and personal connections to your classroom teacher. Your children will also be taking an active role in communicating with you about their progress.

  • Conferences - Parents will have two opportunities to meet with teachers each year, once in the fall and again in the spring - including traditional and non-traditional options. Students often take part in setting goals, sharing their progress.

  • Report Cards - Report Cards will be provided two times per year in the winter and spring. 

  • Skyward Family Access - Online gradebook and progress reports, as well as attendance reporting and more. 

 

How Can I Be More Involved?

There are many ways for you to be involved in your child’s learning. Stop by the office or talk to your child’s teacher to learn more:

  • Attending back-to school events, curriculum nights, parent-teacher conferences, and special events.
  • Working with your child at home by reading and doing homework together.
  • Getting to know your child’s teacher and visiting with the school principal and support staff.
  • Participating in the PATH Parent Institute, where you can join with other parents to learn about the school system and how you can better support your child(ren).
  • Volunteering in the classroom or during special events. A variety of one-time and recurring opportunities exist. Background checks are required. Visitors and volunteers must also produce a valid, state-issued ID and utilize the district's visitor management system.