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The mission of Ҵý is to provide a World Class Education for each student. To do this, we need collective participation with our parent and business communities. Your efforts can make a difference in the lives of our students. We have many ways for you to be involved in our schools!

Parents and guardians, are you interested in being more active in your child's education or seeking to become an approved volunteer? Business Partners and community members, are you seeking ways to support the school district? Students, are you lookin for ways you can be involved? Click the links below to find out more!

Below the boxes, click on the pyramid for more details on ways to engage and to get connected with the appropriate staff member to assist you in becoming part of our World Class Education.

I would like to be involved as a..

Parent/Guardian

  • Vounteer at your child's school
  • Become a member of PTA
  • Join an Advisory Council

Business Partner or Organization

  • Provide a sponsorship
  • Get involved in work-based learning to provide students hands-on experiences
  • Join an Advisory Council

Community Member

  • Donate/Sponsor
  • Join a District Advisory Council
  • Mentor a student

Student

  • Vounteer at a school
  • Become a member of PTA
  • Join an Advisory Council

Parent/Guardian

  • Vounteer at your child's school
  • Become a member of PTA
  • Join an Advisory Council

Business Partner or Organization

  • Provide a sponsorship
  • Get involved in work-based learning to provide students hands-on experiences
  • Join an Advisory Council

Community Member

  • Donate/Sponsor
  • Join a District Advisory Council
  • Mentor a student

Student

  • Vounteer at a school
  • Become a member of PTA
  • Join an Advisory Council

Parent/Guardian

  • Vounteer at your child's school
  • Become a member of PTA
  • Join an Advisory Council

Business Partner or Organization

  • Provide a sponsorship
  • Get involved in work-based learning to provide students hands-on experiences
  • Join an Advisory Council

Community Member

  • Donate/Sponsor
  • Join a District Advisory Council
  • Mentor a student

Student

  • Vounteer at a school
  • Become a member of PTA
  • Join an Advisory Council

Family Engagement Pyramid

Click on each level in the pyramid below to view information on how you can get involved.

level 3 - get involved in district-level engagement

The Ҵý Schools Citizens Academy is a group of community members and parents with an interest in schools who, over the course of a school year, meet every month to learn first-hand about the operations of the school district – everything from curriculum to transportation, food service, and safety. Academy members interact directly with district leaders, and sessions include visits to schools and key department offices.

The provides valuable support to Ҵý schools and staff with private funds. Visit the to learn how you can donate or get involved.

The Educator Passport Program is a way for local businesses to support school employees by offering deals and discounts that are advertised on the district website.

– The Career Advisory Council assists in guiding the Office of Career, Technical and Adult Education in its mission of supporting collaborative, innovative learning environments that prepare students for meaningful careers in a diverse and changing world. Select the link to register for the Council and receive more information.

– Explore many other opportunities to get involved and offer support at the school & district level.

level 2 - get involved to help your school succeed

Each Ҵý County school has a made up of parents who support their child(ren)’s school and, more broadly, advocate for students and public education.

Volunteers provide valuable support to our schools, by assisting in the classroom, cafeteria, or office, or mentoring and tutoring students. Visit the Volunteer Programs page for details on volunteer duties and the application process.

Each school has a School Advisory Council (SAC) with representation including school staff, parents, community members, and others. The SAC helps to develop the school improvement plan and assists the principal with the annual budget. Contact your child’s school or the school in your area to Get Involved.

– Explore many other opportunities to get involved and offer support at the school & district level.

level 1 - get involved to hellp your child succeed

The most important step in parent engagement is assisting and advocating for your student. That starts with becoming familiar with the available resources regarding curriculum, testing, extracurricular activities, preparing for the next level, and more. Helpful tips are available for elementary, middle, and high school.

Become familiar with to monitor your student’s academic progress and attendance.

level 3 - get involved in district-level engagement

The Ҵý Schools Citizens Academy is a group of community members and parents with an interest in schools who, over the course of a school year, meet every month to learn first-hand about the operations of the school district – everything from curriculum to transportation, food service, and safety. Academy members interact directly with district leaders, and sessions include visits to schools and key department offices.

The provides valuable support to Ҵý schools and staff with private funds. Visit the to learn how you can donate or get involved.

The Educator Passport Program is a way for local businesses to support school employees by offering deals and discounts that are advertised on the district website.

– The Career Advisory Council assists in guiding the Office of Career, Technical and Adult Education in its mission of supporting collaborative, innovative learning environments that prepare students for meaningful careers in a diverse and changing world. Select the link to register for the Council and receive more information.

– Explore many other opportunities to get involved and offer support at the school & district level.

level 2 - get involved to help your school succeed

Each Ҵý County school has a made up of parents who support their child(ren)’s school and, more broadly, advocate for students and public education.

Volunteers provide valuable support to our schools, by assisting in the classroom, cafeteria, or office, or mentoring and tutoring students. Visit the Volunteer Programs page for details on volunteer duties and the application process.

Each school has a School Advisory Council (SAC) with representation including school staff, parents, community members, and others. The SAC helps to develop the school improvement plan and assists the principal with the annual budget. Contact your child’s school or the school in your area to Get Involved.

– Explore many other opportunities to get involved and offer support at the school & district level.

level 1 - get involved to help your child succeed

The most important step in parent engagement is assisting and advocating for your student. That starts with becoming familiar with the available resources regarding curriculum, testing, extracurricular activities, preparing for the next level, and more. Helpful tips are available for elementary, middle, and high school.

Become familiar with to monitor your student’s academic progress and attendance.

level 3 - get involved in district-level engagement

The Ҵý Schools Citizens Academy is a group of community members and parents with an interest in schools who, over the course of a school year, meet every month to learn first-hand about the operations of the school district – everything from curriculum to transportation, food service, and safety. Academy members interact directly with district leaders, and sessions include visits to schools and key department offices.

The provides valuable support to Ҵý schools and staff with private funds. Visit the to learn how you can donate or get involved.

The Educator Passport Program is a way for local businesses to support school employees by offering deals and discounts that are advertised on the district website.

– The Career Advisory Council assists in guiding the Office of Career, Technical and Adult Education in its mission of supporting collaborative, innovative learning environments that prepare students for meaningful careers in a diverse and changing world. Select the link to register for the Council and receive more information.

– Explore many other opportunities to get involved and offer support at the school & district level.

level 2 - get involved to help your school succeed

Each Ҵý County school has a made up of parents who support their child(ren)’s school and, more broadly, advocate for students and public education.

Volunteers provide valuable support to our schools, by assisting in the classroom, cafeteria, or office, or mentoring and tutoring students. Visit the Volunteer Programs page for details on volunteer duties and the application process.

Each school has a School Advisory Council (SAC) with representation including school staff, parents, community members, and others. The SAC helps to develop the school improvement plan and assists the principal with the annual budget. Contact your child’s school or the school in your area to Get Involved.

– Explore many other opportunities to get involved and offer support at the school & district level.

level 1 - get involved to help your child succeed

The most important step in parent engagement is assisting and advocating for your student. That starts with becoming familiar with the available resources regarding curriculum, testing, extracurricular activities, preparing for the next level, and more. Helpful tips are available for elementary, middle, and high school.

Become familiar with to monitor your student’s academic progress and attendance.

level 3 - get involved in district-level engagement

The Ҵý Schools Citizens Academy is a group of community members and parents with an interest in schools who, over the course of a school year, meet every month to learn first-hand about the operations of the school district – everything from curriculum to transportation, food service, and safety. Academy members interact directly with district leaders, and sessions include visits to schools and key department offices.

The provides valuable support to Ҵý schools and staff with private funds. Visit the to learn how you can donate or get involved.

The Educator Passport Program is a way for local businesses to support school employees by offering deals and discounts that are advertised on the district website.

– The Career Advisory Council assists in guiding the Office of Career, Technical and Adult Education in its mission of supporting collaborative, innovative learning environments that prepare students for meaningful careers in a diverse and changing world. Select the link to register for the Council and receive more information.

– Explore many other opportunities to get involved and offer support at the school & district level.

level 2 - get involved to help your school succeed

Each Ҵý County school has a made up of parents who support their child(ren)’s school and, more broadly, advocate for students and public education.

Volunteers provide valuable support to our schools, by assisting in the classroom, cafeteria, or office, or mentoring and tutoring students. Visit the Volunteer Programs page for details on volunteer duties and the application process.

Each school has a School Advisory Council (SAC) with representation including school staff, parents, community members, and others. The SAC helps to develop the school improvement plan and assists the principal with the annual budget. Contact your child’s school or the school in your area to Get Involved.

– Explore many other opportunities to get involved and offer support at the school & district level.

level 1 - get involved to help your child succeed

The most important step in parent engagement is assisting and advocating for your student. That starts with becoming familiar with the available resources regarding curriculum, testing, extracurricular activities, preparing for the next level, and more. Helpful tips are available for elementary, middle, and high school.

Become familiar with to monitor your student’s academic progress and attendance.