We recognize that parents are the primary educators of their children and we appreciate all you can do to support our students in their studies and as part of our school community.
Our school has multiple avenues for parent involvement, which is one way to experience school life and get to know other families as well. Parent involvement is highly encouraged, and volunteering is a commitment required of our school community.
Our primary parent organizations are the School Board and PACE Board, which oversee many different areas of strategic planning and fundraising for the school. If you’re interested in becoming involved with one of these Boards, please contact the respective Board president or attend a Board meeting.
Getting the Help You Need
There is a lot to learn as a new member of our school community. You will likely have questions throughout the year. Don’t hesitate to reach out to other parents in your class, in other classes, or get help from the office staff. Your class has a dedicated Room Parent who is there to help and get you connected with other families as well.
We have a New Family Information Guide (2022) that can help explain some of the basics—a kinder family version (2022) is also available.
We have compiled a Family Handbook to provide detailed information about policies and procedures at our school. Please refer to it when you have questions regarding absences, grading, dress codes, etc.
If you have questions about or suggestions for the handbook, please contact our office staff.
It can be difficult to clarify to our parents what our academic paths look like. Our Students page provides information about of our curriculum for the individual subjects and classes. Please feel free to contact your child’s teacher with any questions.
Common Core Resources
To help navigate the Common Core guidelines, the Parents’ Guide to Student Success can help assist you in understanding what to do to support and help your student along their academic journey: