Celebrating "Involved Parents" for their positive levels of parental involvement in our schools, while working with school
administrators, teachers and parents to strengthen policies that encourages positive levels of parental involvement.
ALLPARENTSONDECK Parents' CREED!
In order to form a better school system that is committed to educating our students and preparing them to meet the academic and employment challenges of the future, we must acknowledge our roles as Parents, AND serve as The Driving Force Behind Every Student’s Ability to Achieve Academic Success.
Will make every effort to increase our visibility within our schools and strengthen our partnerships with educators, administrators and any other support staff, who works directly with our students. We will encourage, exhort, and hold school staff accountable for performing their job duties with the highest level of excellence and professionalism throughout the entire school year.
Will commit our Time, Monies and Professional Skills to our local schools and other community organizations, that encourage literacy skills and academic achievement on behalf of our students, while also recognizing the positive levels of involvement of our parents.
Will constructively communicate our needs to our employers and also regularly engage them in appropriate levels of dialogue for the purpose of removing employment barriers that prevent or limit our ability to remain actively engaged in our student’s academic journey.
Acknowledge that positive changes in our student’s schools are less likely to occur if we abandon our post and allow others to direct them onto roads that lead to academic success. We will strengthen our commitment to our student’s education and remain entrenched in their academic journey. We will review their homework assignments, oversee research projects and communicate regularly with their teachers in an effort to increase our visibility in their schools. We agree that parents are the “Driving Force Behind A Student’s Ability To Achieve Academic Success.”