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Picayune Parental Involvement Toolbox 2018-19      

Updated June 11, 2018

On-line Training May 20, 2018 Powerpoint Presentation by Project Appleseed president Kevin Walker

  • Agenda: Introduction to the Parental Involvement Toolbox, Six Slices of Parental Involvement, distribution of the Parental Involvement Pledge and Report Card. Combining existing Title I compacts with the Parental Involvement Pledge. All program support material is located on this website under the "Our Program" menu.

  • Next Steps: Schools are encouraged to follow the 10 step plan to distribute the Picayune School District Parental Involvement Pledge to every family. 

  • Save the Dates: National Parental Involvement Day, Nov. 15, 2018 and Public School Volunteer Week, April 22--26, 2018

South Side Upper Elementary School

* Special note:

  • Combined existing Title I compact with the Parental Involvement Pledge completed

    • School mascot logo added

West Side Elementary School

* Special note:

  • Combined existing Title I compact with the Parental Involvement Pledge completed

    • School mascot logo added

Roseland Park Elementary School

* Special note:

  • Parental Involvement Pledge completed

    • School mascot logo added
  • Cannot combine existing Title I compact with the Parental Involvement Pledge

    • Previous school compact missing

Picayune Middle School

  • Cannot combine existing Title I compact with the Parental Involvement Pledge

    • Previous school compact missing

    • School mascot logo missing

 

Nicholson Elementary School

* Special note:

  • Cannot combine existing Title I compact with the Parental Involvement Pledge

    • Previous school compact missing

    • School mascot missing

South Side Lower Elementary School

* Special note:

  • Cannot combine existing Title I compact with the Parental Involvement Pledge

    • Previous school compact missing

    • School mascot logo missing


 

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Project Appleseed, family engagement, parental involvement public schools

"A 10% increase in parental participation (a form of social capital) would increase academic achievement far more than a 10% increase in school spending."

Project Appleseed, family engagement, parental involvement public schools

This is not an argument against school budget increases, but an argument for paying attention to social capital (Putnam, Sanders 2001). Research repeatedly correlates family engagement with student achievement, yet this strategy is rarely activated as an integral part of school reform efforts (Weiss et al, 2010).  Our program can increase family engagement in your school community!

Project Appleseed's Parental Involvement Toolbox is ourl program designed for educators and parent leaders to supersize and mobilize family engagement.

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