When parents are involved in their child's learning and school experience, it makes it easier for their child to be successful in school.
Children thrive when their parents or family members pay attention to whether they do their homework, attend school events, and talk to teachers about their learning progress.
Here are a few ways to participate in your child's educational experience:
Curriculum Learning Guides provide information on the academic skills your child will learn at each grade level (K-5), along with tips on what to ask your child's teacher to make sure your child is learning at grade level.
Connecting Parents to Educational Opportunities (CPEO) is a seven-week curriculum-based program designed for parents to bring schools, parents and the community together as equal partners in the education of students.
For other learning resources, visit MPS' main website and look for resources under "Parents" and "Students".