Swim mom Debbie Phelps,
Olympian Michael Phelps, teamed up
with the Cooperative
for After-School Enrichment to promote National Parent Involvement Day.
Phelps shared her success story as an educator and a
single mother of three in a panel discussion at the Hermann Park
leaders joined Phelps in the panel discussion and question-and-answer
session. The event included lunch and a parent resource fair.
The Cooperative for After-School Enrichment, or CASE, provides
and supports after-school programs in 100 sites for over 12,000
students in elementary through high school in greater Harris County.
CASE was formed in 1999 by Harris County Department of Education.
Do you know a parent whose
involvement in their children’s school has
resulted in positive changes at the school? Whose engagement in their
community is an example for others who want to make a difference?
Education Resource Center (SERC) and CT PIRC
invited local school and/or community
organizations to nominate parents for the Parental Involvement
Recognition Award. The
National Parental Involvement Day
award ceremony served to honor and highlight exemplars of
parental involvement in schools and community organizations.
Award recipients were selected based upon their merits in each of
Active involvement in their child’s/children’s
school and/or community;
Support of their local school and contributions to
high quality education for all children;
Evidence of their ability to make a difference in
their local school and/or community; and
Dedication and advocacy to ensure equity for all
parents and their children.
Over 30 years of research indicates that when parents are strategically
involved in children's learning at school and at home, student
achievement significantly improves and schools are more effective. The
San Diego Unified School District and Council of PTAs both agree that
parent engagement focused on supporting the learning process, both at
school and at home, is critical to increasing overall student
Schools host a new event on - or move an existing event to - National
Parent Involvement Day Thursday, Nov. 15, to honor the powerful
contributions that parents and caregivers make to support the success
All San Diego Unified Pre-K to Grade
Sharon Edwards-Billings, is the brainchild behind this exciting
organization. Her personal experience as a Child Advocate, with the
National Court Appointed Special Advocates program (CASA) and her
personal experiences as an “INVOLVED PARENT” impacted her decision to
Sharon has singlehandedly pursuded state recognition for National
Parental Involvement Day in
Wisconsin. Governor Scott Walker,
demonstrated that he understands the sacrifices that parents make to
remain involved in their student's academic journey. He signed a
proclamation at Sharon’s request, on June 1, 2012, that can potentially
increase the levels of parental involvement in Wisconsin schools.
“Wisconsin will celebrate for the first time "Parental Involvement Day"
and join ten other states who have officially declared the 3rd Thursday
in November as "National Parental Involvement Day." Wisconsin is on the
map for yet another positive step that will lead to greater levels of
academic achievement for our students, because of anticipated increases
of parental involvement in our schools. We will work continue to post
updates about events that schools are planning for parents, as they are
made available to us,” says Sharon thru the organization’s web site.
When it comes to parent engagement, the research is clear, when
schools, families, and communities support each other, students of all
backgrounds and ability levels achieve at higher levels. More...
DeKalb County School System Board of Education
The District-Level Title
I Parent Resource Centers Observed
National Parent Involvement Day on November 17, 2011
The eleven centers rolled out the red carpet for parents and other
stakeholders inviting them to participate in activities which included
presenters such as county commissioners, psychologists, prevention
intervention specialists, parenting experts, budget and finance
specialists, health agencies, employment services, and social security
specialists. The GA Extension Services and parent readers also
participated in activities. Home Depot presented a make-and-take and
other agencies such as Cool Smiles Dentistry made themselves available
to parents. A proclamation from Governor Nathan Deal and a letter to
Georgia parents from Dr, John Barge, State School Superintendent, were
distributed to parents.
November 6, 2011 -
National Parental Involvement Day is Thursday, November 17, 2011.
Sponsored by Project Appleseed, the goal of National Parental
Involvement Day is to increase parental involvement at public schools
across the United States. To celebrate this day, it is up to each
campus to design activities that will encourage parent participation on
campus. Activities do not have to be limited to just include
parents—grandparents and other adults who have a stake in the future of
our youth are invited to participate.
Great ideas for
National Parental Involvement Day include “Muffins with Mom”, “Donuts
with Dad”, a joint community service project, a luncheon, or even an
open house. However, the idea is not to just get support for one
day out of the year, but to stimulate ongoing parent
participation. Houston ISD will host a celebration at Delmar
Field House and inform parents about the many programs that the school
district offers. More....
Commerce City, Colorado, Alsup Principal Teresa Benallo
Principal Drew Hoelscher welcome students and families.
COMMERCE CITY, Colo. (Nov.
5, 2010) – Adams County School District 14 (Adams 14), which serves
nearly 7,500 students annually, celebrated National Parent Involvement
Day on Friday, Nov. 5, 2010.
The District commemorated this occasion by inviting all parents and
caregivers to their child’s school to hear the benefits of family
engagement, and tips for enhancing education at home.
“We are thrilled that so many parents came to schools across our
District Friday morning, to celebrate and recognize the fundamental
role parents play in their child’s academic success,” said Dr. Susan
Chandler, Adams 14 Superintendent. “We are appreciative to have active
parent and caregiver support to enable and enhance student achievement
throughout the District.”
More than 30 years of research regarding the academic benefits of
family participation reveals that students earn higher grades, receive
higher test scores, attend school more regularly, complete more
homework, demonstrate more positive attitudes and behaviors and
graduate from high school at higher rates when families get involved in
“It seems simple, but when students are provided a comprehensive
approach to education – one that includes effective instruction,
enrichment opportunities and support from home – they are truly set up
to thrive academically,” said Lynn Heintzman, Adams 14 Chief Academic
Officer. “We are developing and implementing Districtwide strategies
that enhance parent and caregiver collaboration in our schools.”
Parents and caregivers play an integral role in assisting their child’s
learning at school, as well as at home. By promoting positive attitudes
about learning, families can have a powerful impact on their child’s
literacy and long-term academic success. Some tips for family
Participating in school events and functions,
conferences and decision making teams;
Arranging for appropriate study time at home, and creating
Modeling desired behaviors; reading with your child and
learning throughout the day;
Monitoring homework and being available to answer
A light snack was provided, and
students and parents were asked to share their experiences since coming
to Bowman. On hand for the morning session was Hart District
Superintendent, Robert Challinor. Heartfelt words about Bowman High
School came from students, parents, and the Superintendent.
Parents then headed off to their student’s fourth period class. It was
interesting going from classroom to classroom and seeing students
interacting with their parents. National Parent Involvement Day
provides the school with an additional opportunity for parents to see
firsthand the learning environment that exists at Bowman High School.
annual celebration, held during the third full week in April
April 21 - 25, 2014
held on the third
Thursday in November
Project Appleseed, the
St. Louis-based nonprofit and founder of
National Parental Involvement Day, has joined forces with Connect2Compete,
and nonprofits that
connect low-income Americans to the Internet. Connect2Compete
nonprofit organization supported by Comcast, Cox, Freedom Pop, Arrow
Electronics and CDI Computer Dealers. It
Knight Foundation, Carlos Slim Foundation, the Wasserman
Foundation, Citi, and Microsoft. Read more about Connect2Compete in Education Week here. Click image or click here for free
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two decades, Project
Appleseed has provided
families and schools throughout the country with two widely celebrated
events – National Parental
Day and Public School Volunteer Week. These
in America has recognized or celebrated these grass roots occasions, at
least once, over
the last two decades. Each year parents and family members, state
education, nonprofits, businesses and thousands of school
districts are involved. There
are currently over 300,000 links to our signature events Public
Week & National
Day in the
Google search engine. Save the dates
parents can engage with their public schools and
raise valuable social capital for their
school community. (Pictured above: Bowman High School in Santa
You America! Public
School Volunteer Week 2013
Parental Involvement Day 2012
education and nutrition for our students. Schools should engage
parents, grandparents and caring adults as an
important part of a team that strives to ensure that each and every
Team It's About
employees, parents, mentors, and educators is key to creating a
successful day that strengthens the connection between education and
home, between parents and their children.
and most effective way to get the word out about your celebration is to
use it in all parts of your school program.
Make Project Appleseed's signature event an integral point of reference
all that you do at your school. In this way, all partners will
understand how their commitments and their actions contribute to
improved student learning and high achievement for all students.
are four ways you can make your Parental Involvement Pledge count.
Parental Involvement Day 2012
Team Up for School Health
Centers for Disease Control and Project Appleseed have joined together
in releasing resources for parent engagement in school health.
The release is in conjunction with National Parental Involvement Day,
November 15, 2012. The publication, Parent
Engagement: Strategies for Involving Parents in School Health,
health, is the point of enrollment
schools take to increase parent engagement communitywide. The
contains a research-based program that is systemic, integratable and
Leading up to National Parental Involvement Day, on November 9th, Project Appleseed will
join the CDC’s Division of Adolescent
and School Health (DASH)
in rolling out several key resources for parent engagement in school
health. These vital resources will be released thru a new CDC
engagement web page that will be linked to Project Appleseed’s Fitness
and Nutrition web site.
Parent Engagement: Strategies for Involving Parents
in School Health
Overview brochure for parent engagement in school
Fact sheets on promoting parent engagement in
school health for —District and school administrators
Teachers and other school staff
slides for promoting parent engagement in school health
Facilitator’s guide for staff development on
promoting parent engagement in school health
Project Appleseed has joined
DASH to promote a parental involvement webinar & Twitter Chat:
November 14, 2012
- Prior to National Parental Involvement Day, the CDC hosted a
webinar to discuss how parent engagement in school health positively
influences the health of children and adolescents. The webinar
featured Dr. Joyce Epstein, Director
the Center on School, Family, and Community Partnerships and National
Network of Partnership Schools at Johns Hopkins University. She
provided an overview of high quality programs for school, family, and
community partnerships. Dr. Shannon
researcher at the CDC, described how parent engagement in
schools positively impacts
adolescent education and health outcomes, and will identify
evidence-based strategies and actions for engaging parents in school
health. The session will end with an in-depth overview of CDC’s newly
released resources for parent engagement in school health: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/876242102
Involvement Day, Thursday, November 15, 2012
- The CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health, hosted
Twitter Chat, Getting Parents Engaged in School Health. Schools
joined Dr. Kevin Fenton, Director of
National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention,
Shannon Michael, adolescent health researcher in CDC’s Division of
Adolescent and School Health
and Dr. Patricia Dittus, behavioral scientist in CDC’s Division of STD
for an interactive Twitter Chat that shared and discussed
strategies and actions for engaging parents in school
Volunteer Week, April, 2012!
Colorado - Volunteers in the
Poudre School District contribute over 250,000 hours of work every
school year. Lopez Elementary school thanks these volunteers.
Houston Independent Public
thousands of schools nationwide and recognized the role parents
grandparents play in the education of the district's nearly 200,000
students at the annual HISD Parent Involvement Day in conjunction with
the 17th Annual National Parental Involvement Day 2011.
Appleseed's Tools and Celebrations
Three Years of Bipartisan Support
government’s $5 billion Race to the Top (RTTT) competition, applicants
judged on their ability to reach out to
parents, community members, and
others in their plans. Sixty days before successfully applying
$501 million in the 2010 Race to the Top competition, former Tennessee
Governor Phil Bredesen used Project Appleseed's National Parental
a three year bi-partisan effort to
systemically improve the state’s parent engagement. Tennessee's
schools are now using all of the
engagement tools advocated by Project Appleseed - the Six Types of
Parental Involvement, parent pledges, parental involvement report
cards and our signature national celebrations National
Day and Public School Volunteer Week.
“As we ask and expect more from
our students, we must also ask and
expect more from our parents and guardians,” said Education
Commissioner Bruce Opie. “Active parent participation informs
influences policies, practices, and programs that support expanded
learning opportunities. Tennessee can only successfully rise to the top
with the help of our parents.”
"For three consecutive years Tennessee's
employed Project Appleseed’s
National Parental Involvement Day and Public School Volunteer Week as
Toolbox. I have no doubt parental involvement will become more
effective, measurable and meaningful in Tennessee," said Project
Appleseed president Kevin Walker.
Governor urges celebrations statewide
- Parent Involvement Contract
Legislation Signedby Governor Months later,
in April of 2012, during Public
School Volunteer Week, Governor Haslam signs legislation that requires
parents to sign parental involvement contracts like Project Appleseed’s
Parental Involvement Pledge. The
legislation encourages school districts
to develop parental involvement contracts with students’ parents.
Under the legislation, parents agree to, at a minimum to review their
student’s homework and offer assistance when needed, sign report cards,
ensure that their student is not truant, attend school functions, and
make every effort to attend parent-teacher conferences.
- Parent Involvement Report Card
Legislation Signedby Governor Also during Public
Volunteer Week, Governor
cards like the one advocated in Project
toolbox. Each parent whose child is in the pilot project will
self-evaluate the parent’s involvement in the child’s education and
assign to himself or herself a grade of excellent, satisfactory, needs
improvement or unsatisfactory based on several categories.
shows a student that his or her parent cares,”
said Julie McCargar, Executive
Director of Federal Programs. “It takes
all of us to build an environment that fosters learning and success for
here for more
information on our Capacity
Partnership, Project Appleseed's
approach to bring
parent engagement to scale - multidistrict, regional, statewide and
When parents are
involved in children's learning, at school and at
home, schools work better and students learn more. Project Appleseed is
working with schools, families, employers and community organizations
to develop local partnerships that support a safe school environment
where students learn to challenging standards. To get the best results
from your parental involvement efforts, we want you and your schools to
join our movement to plant the seeds of school improvement in your
local schools with National Parental
Involvement Day and Public School Volunteer Week!
Involvement Day 2010tm
Project Appleseed's National
Involvement Day, November 18, 2010. The school system hosted
nearly 300 parents, telling them they appreciate their volunteer
statement that active parents can influence
policies, practices and programs that support expanded learning
opportunities. Opie released the
comment in conjunction with the 17th annual National Parental
sponsored by Project Appleseed. He said Tennessee can successfully rise
to the top only with the help of parents. Gov. Phil Bredesen said it’s
important that parents and educators form strong partnerships that will
result in higher student achievement.
By Dolly Sullivan
Special to the BDN Posted Nov. 16, 2010
Thursday is National Parent Involvement Day — a
day to focus on the importance of parents taking a strong role in their
children’s education. Maine’s future depends on our ability to prepare
our people for success through a quality education, and parental
involvement is an important factor in helping children learn.
Maine Coalition for
in Education, the Maine Parent
Teacher Association, the Maine
Parent Federation, Unum
and Project Appleseed are
marking National Parent Involvement day by launching a Parent and
Family Involvement campaign. This campaign is part of the coalition’s
Prepare Maine initiative, which is uniting community, business,
education and law enforcement leaders around a vision of a 21st century
educational system that prepares all Mainers for success in college,
career, life and citizenship.
that parent and
key to improving student performance and overall school quality.
Parents have a role and enormous responsibility to make sure their
children are ready to learn and be successful in school, and that
schools are meeting the needs of all of the children they serve.
To begin to understand the state of parent engagement in Maine, MCEE
recently did an informal survey of teachers about parent involvement.
We asked them what strategies they use in their classrooms to engage
parents and families. We asked about district policies that focused on
improving parent engagement. But when we asked them what is the most
important thing a parent can do to ensure their child succeeds in
school, we were struck by how simple and common-sense the answers were.
Florida Parent Resources Readily
Community based resource centers offer education,
and support to families.
TALLAHASSEE – As Florida continues its recognition of Parental
Involvement Month throughout November, including tomorrow’s celebration
of National Parent
Involvement Day, the Florida Department of Education (DOE) is
reminding parents that a valuable tool is available to help them
support their children’s academic success. Developed in partnership
with DOE, Florida School Choice Parent Resource Centers (PRCs) are
community-based organizations that provide parents with the opportunity
to become meaningfully involved in the education and development of
“Florida is playing an important role in setting a new standard for
school choice options in the United States,” said Education
Commissioner Dr. Eric J. Smith. “I encourage parents to take advantage
of our Parent Resource Centers so they can receive the best information
possible about options that can truly benefit their children for years
Maryland State Board
Recognizes Family Engagement
And National Parental Involvement Day
Pledge promises school volunteering, reading
always try to be
hired as a monitor for the testing period they have
here in the spring, and I always try to be involved in other
functions,” she said.
Thanksgiving lunches as a way to encourage more
parents, grandparents and others to get involved with their children’s
Involvement Coordinator Kathleen Harris said parents
attending the lunches were encouraged to sign a Parent Involvement
Pledge. The pledge committed signers to volunteer at least five hours
of time at their children’s school and to spend at least 15 minutes
each school night reading or working with their children.
Thanksgiving lunch Thursday at her school. Parents,
grandparents and other adults throughout Muskogee Public Schools are
being encouraged to spend more time with their children’s education.
SALEM - State
Public Instruction Susan Castillo
commemorated National Parental
Involvement Day, recognizing several outstanding parental
outreach efforts across Oregon and encouraging all parents to take time
to be engaged in their children’s education. (Picture: Oregon
schools superintendent Susan Castillo, left, and U.S. Senator Patty
Murray(D-OR), center, participates in a panel discussion on education
with and Rep. Rubén Hinojosa (D-TX) right)
evidence is overwhelming
that parents play a critical
their child’s success. Whether it is better grades, less discipline
problems or overall lifetime achievement, parents who take the time to
be engaged in their students’ education make a real difference,” said
Castillo. “I encourage every parent to make the time in their busy
schedules to stay involved in their local school – it will make a big
difference for their child and help improve education for all Oregon
get involved with their child's learning.
School Volunteer Week starts tomorrow, with an emphasis on
taking a pledge to get – and stay – involved with their child's
education. We hope this week sparks a conversation at DISD headquarters
about how the district can create its own pledge for parents to sign so
they will remain committed to their child's academic progress. More...
Public school volunteers give their time, dedication and encouragement
to both our students and school staff. LAUSD
believes parents/guardians are equal partners in the education of our
students. School volunteers engage in their child’s education by
becoming part of it.
We celebrate our school volunteers this week for
offering their time and encouragement with the ultimate goal of helping
all youth achieve.
Help us celebrate Public School Volunteer Week by
thanking your school volunteers for their service.
If you are a parent/guardian who would like to join
the ranks of school volunteers, please contact your local school to
inquire on how you can help your student and school by volunteering.
Whereas, parent and community involvement is a significant factor in
the quality of our schools and the success of our students; and
Whereas, we appreciate the dedicated volunteers who help teachers,
administrators and support staff in countless ways; and
Whereas, volunteers reflect the highest values of our democratic
society by representing people of all ages and all walks of life;
Whereas, volunteers reap the rich rewards that come from helping others.
Now, therefore, we do hereby proclaim:
April 22-26 Public School Volunteer Week
We encourage everyone to join us in celebrating the vital work of our
volunteers. We invite others to join our volunteer team to support our
students and staff.
Signed this 9th day of April
Michael Nichols, Governing Board President
Mike Hughes, Governing Board Clerk
Steven Peterson, Governing Board Member
Michelle Udall, Governing Board Member
Mike Cowan, Superintendent of Schools
Michigan House Resolution
No. 88 for Public School
community involvement is a significant factor in the success of
Whereas, During the past
decade, school systems throughout the country have accepted the
services of dedicated volunteers to assist professional educators, and
these volunteers have offered their time, encouragement, and meaningful
contact with students; and
Whereas, By becoming a
volunteer, parents and community members are providing an invaluable
contribution to the education of our students; and
Whereas, Volunteers are
called upon to assist teachers and staff with the day-to-day activities
involved in providing a balanced education for our students and are an
important part of a team that strives to ensure that each and every one
of our students succeeds; and
Whereas, During the
school year, countless volunteers are spending innumerable hours
serving schools throughout Michigan as chaperones, mentors,
after-school tutors, club leaders, booster club members, PTA and PTO
members, guest speakers, classroom helpers, athletics coaches, and in
countless other ways; now, therefore, be it
Resolved by the House of
Representatives, That the members of this legislative body
declare April 22-26, 2013, as Public School Volunteer Week in the state
of Michigan. We urge all citizens to join in this observance.
Sponsors Dian Slavens - (primary)David
Rutledge, Rashida Tlaib, Sarah Roberts, Tim Greimel, Harold L. Haugh,
George T. Darany,David Knezek, Andrew J. Kandrevas, Terry L. Brown, Tom
Cochran, Winnie Brinks, Kate Segal, Vicki Barnett, Fred Durhal, Jr.,
Douglas A. Geiss, Kurt Heise, Marcia Hovey-Wright, Collene Lamonte,
Matt Lori, Alberta Tinsley Talabi, Jeff Irwin,Earl Poleski
MEMORANDUM From: Representative
Karen Boback To: All Pennsylvania
House members Subject: National Public
School Volunteer Week
In the near future, I plan to introduce a resolution recognizing the
week of April 22 through 26, 2013, as “National Public School Volunteer
Week” in Pennsylvania.
National Public School Volunteer Week is a time to celebrate public
school volunteers who contribute unselfishly to the success of
Pennsylvania’s students, teaching, and support staff and the goals of
Please join me in celebrating the role volunteerism has played
throughout Pennsylvania public schools in preparing today’s students
for tomorrow’s world.
to America's volunteers!
Year-Old Demonstrates Astonishing Volunteer Efforts. School District 51 had over 82,000 hours donated by nearly 2,200volunteers.
Volunteers in the Poudre
contribute over 250,000 hours
of work every
school year. Lopez Elementary school thanks these volunteers.
resident worked at Fruita Monument High
School for over 20 years, but even after retiring, continues to work. School District 51 had over 82,000
hours donated by nearly 2,200
Seminole County Public Schools is
proud to salute our Dividends School Volunteers! Thank you, Dividends
School Volunteers, for answering the call to enhance student learning. Your value is
cites 21,000 school volunteers who contribute more than
Fisher, Jennifer Hunzinger and Mable Crawford spend a combined 55 hours
or more each week in Alachua County schools—not for a paycheck, but to
make a difference in the lives of local students.
Their commitment of time and talent has earned each of them the title
of Volunteer of the Year for 2012. More...
Some 16,000 volunteers, many
of them parents of students, devote thousands
of hours to volunteering in Washoe County schools each year. But
another 1,400 volunteers are
members of the community who may not have
such direct ties to education. They simply want to help out in any way
they can. More...
volunteers have donated more than 13,300 hours of service since the
beginning of the school year
Rapids thanks 7,366 volunteers contributing 145,248 hours
“The spirit of volunteerism continues to pulse through the Cedar Rapids
Community Schools,” explained Marcia Hughes, Community Relations
Supervisor. “The example set by our volunteers inspires others to share
their own time and talents. These efforts enrich the learning
environment for all students.”More...
The Board of Directors adopted
Resolution No. 1112-13 at its April 9 meeting proclaiming April 15
through April 21 as Public
Angeles School District. More...
Matsuoka knows the efforts of those who give the invaluable gift of
time daily goes beyond the hundreds of employees in the Milpitas
Unified School District.
He led trustees in recognizing those volunteers who "go above
and beyond" at their respective school during the April 17 Board of
An administrator from each school site announced their
volunteer of the year and spoke about their individual efforts before
the representative received a certificate of appreciation from the
board and took pictures. Many had their hands full of flowers and
balloons, symbols of appreciation brought by school staff that
(Pictured above) Maria Jimenez, a
School Volunteer of the Month, is honored by Michelle Udall, school
board member in Mesa, Arizona.
Maryland - This week, Carroll
County Public Schools
will offer a nod of
acknowledgment to a portion of the system whose efforts may remain
under the radar. However, the system’s 14,000 registered
volunteers will not go
unnoticed from April 17-23, Public
School Volunteer Week.
Helping at Miller High School Exemplify Power of Volunteers
Caller · 4/14/2011
Manuel Chapa and his wife, Deborah, volunteer
their time to help out students in the Miller High School band program.
He teaches a 14-student percussion class at the school every day.
Deborah and Manuel Chapa volunteer at Miller High School in the music
department. They are among about 5,000 volunteers who help in the
Corpus Christi Independent School District.
Miller High School
students get the benefit of
school volunteer Manuel Chapa Thursday during percussion practice.
Manuel Chapa is a 1974 Miller graduate. Pictures: TODD
California School District
Recognizes and Rewards
CA - The Sacramento
Education joined thousands of schools across the country and
adopted two model resolutions designed to shine
a spotlight on our public schools and honor those who donate their time
to help our students and schools succeed. Resolution No. 11-05 declares
April 17-23 as "Public School Volunteer Week." Project Appleseed, the
for Public School Improvement, began Public School Volunteer Week in
1997, which is annually
recognized the third week in April to provide opportunities in which
parents, guardians, caregivers, and members of local communities can
volunteer in their local public schools. Speak text (Explanation)
ArizonaParents Saluted During Public
School Volunteer Week in Mesa
Washington Parents Honored during Public School
April 12, 2011 – The
Directors of Port
adopted Resolution No. 1011-05 at
its April 11 meeting proclaiming April 17 through April 23 as Public School
Volunteer Week in the
Port Angeles School District. Project Appleseed, a national campaign
for public school improvement, has designated the third week of April
as Public School Volunteer Week. “During the past decade,” the
proclamation reads, “school systems throughout the country have
accepted the services of dedicated volunteers to assist professional
educators, and these volunteers have offered their time, encouragement,
and meaningful contact with students."
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Project Appleseed, the National Campaign for Public School Improvement,
a 501 (c) (3) Nonprofit Missouri Corporation. Parents Advocating
Challenging Education, Project Appleseed, The National Campaign for
Public School Improvement, Leave No Parent Behind, Leave No Dollar
Behind, The Parental Involvement Pledge, Family Involvement Pledge, The
Parental Involvement Report Card, National Parental Involvement Day,
Public School Volunteer Week, Organized Parental Involvement, are
trademarks of the National Campaign for Public School Improvement. All