• Is written and presented to parents in language that is easily understood.
  • Is easily accessed and updated as parental and school needs change.
  • Recognizes varied schedules and offers flexible meeting times.
  • Involves parents in the planning and improvement process in a way that is organized, frequent, and timely.
  • Provides a description and explanation of the current school curriculum, assessments used, grade level expectations, and how student progress is monitored in language that parents understand.
  • Permits parents to submit dissatisfaction, offer suggestions, request activities, and participate as appropriate, in the educational decision-making process.
  • Supplies training and materials to parents in literacy and technology to improve student achievement.
  • Instructs staff on ways to communicate, work, and build relationships with parents.
  • Combines parent involvement strategies to create partnerships with local government funded educational programs.
  • Provides activities and opportunities for parents with disabilities, limited English proficiency, and parents of migrant children.