U.S. Grant School

Involved Families: Outreach to Parents

Teachers work closely with parents to meet students' needs.
The principal pushes teachers to communicate regularly with parents.
Teachers really try to understand parents' problems and concerns.
Parents are greeted warmly when they call or visit the school.
This school regularly communicates with parents about how they can help their children learn.
Involve parents in the development of programs aimed at improving students' academic outcomes?
Involve parents in commenting on school curricula?
Include parent leaders from all backgrounds in school improvement?
Develop formal networks to link all families with each other (for example: sharing parent directories, providing a website for parents to connect with one another, etc.)?
Encourage more involved parents to reach out to less-involved parents?
How often does this school conduct workshops or trainings for parents on student learning?