Toolbox 1 Yr. Per School
The Toolbox is the point of enrollment that schools take to become involved in Project Appleseed. The Toolbox is designed for educators and parent leaders who strive to increase and mobilize family engagement to improve student outcomes. Schools organize parent responsibility with an effective model that is research based, meets district and state mandates, Title I and best practices. Reproduction & distribution rights are available in 1, 2, and 3 year increments.
DetailsThe Parental Involvement Toolbox contains these two primary family engagement tools:
- The Parental Involvement Pledge - For School Improvement and Volunteers Project Appleseed’s Title I learning compact, the most widely employed learning compact in the nation, is branded with each school’s name and school logo, for distribution to every student and family. A Spanish version of the Parental Involvement Pledge is included.
- The Parental Involvement Report Card - This is a self diagnostic tool for distribution to every parent, grandparent, and caring adult. Branded with each school’s name and school logo, the Report Card quizzes parents with questions based on standards found the Six Types of Parental Involvement developed by Epstein.
- The Parental Involvement Toolbox contains these additional support and training tools:
- The Parental Involvement Pledge Online, branded with your school's name, and linked to your school's web site - for accessibility anywhere.
- The Parental Involvement Pledge for Fitness & Nutrition A family wellness compact to support children’s participation in physical activities and healthy eating, to be an active role model, and to include healthy eating and physical activity in family events.
- Certificates of Parental Involvement for schools and parents!
- The Toolkit for Title I Parental Involvement from SEDL - 33 Tools (Southwest Educational Development Laboratory) We provide the most recent research inside the Toolbox with detailed explanations of the Title I, Part A parental involvement provisions. The toolkit includes information on the following topics:
Policy, Planning, and Building Capacity
Communication, Notification, Reporting, and Information Sharing
Parent Rights and Options
Meaningful Involvement and Decision Making