It is proven that a child's success in school is directly related to parent involvement in education. Your child's success in school depends on you. Your involvement speaks loudly to your child that school is important! You can be involved in many ways. You can help in the lending library, go on field trips, read to a child during work time in class, cut out and/or assemble a project, come in a little early and help children with hats, coats, mittens, etc., show the children a craft or hobby that you do, write a short article for the newsletter, and/or serve on the Parent Advisory Council (see the parent involvement form for more ideas). *Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and our updated visitor policy, typical parent involvement activities are limited for the 20-21 school year.