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Get Involved

Research shows that when parents are actively involved with their children's education, students' grades are higher, their self-esteem is greater, and they are more socially adjusted. In fact, the most accurate indicator of a student's academic success in school is not tied to family income or social status, but the extent to which a family:
  • Creates a home environment that encourages learning.
  • Sets high but realistic achievement and career expectations.
  • Becomes involved in their child's education and in the community.
In addition to meeting with your child's teachers and counselor and attending other school-wide and community events, opportunities to get involved at your child’s school abound. A few examples include:
  • Becoming a member of the iMiddle Foundation
  • Serve on the School Site Council
  • Speaker at Career Day
  • Classroom assistance
  • Non-classroom assistance (field trips, media center, etc.)