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* 1. Our school:

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Conducts workshops or provides information for parents on child development.
Provides information, training, and assistance to all families who want it or who need it, not just to the few who can attend workshops or meetings at the school building.
Sponsors home visiting programs or neighborhood meetings to help families understand schools and to help schools to understand families.
Conducts a formal conference with every parent at least once a year.
Conducts an annual survey for families to share information and concerns about student needs and reactions to school programs, and their satisfaction with their involvement in school.
Conducts an orientation for new parents.
Produces a regular school newsletter with up-to-date information about the school, special events, organizations, meetings, and parenting tips.
Conducts an annual survey to identify interests, talents, and availability of parent volunteers, in order to match their skills/talents with school and classroom needs.
Provides a parent/family room for volunteers and family members to work, meet, and access resources about parenting, child care, tutoring, and other things that affect their children.
Creates flexible volunteering and school event schedules, enabling parents who work to participate.
Provides information to families on how to monitor and discuss schoolwork at home.
Provides ongoing and specific information to parents on how to assist students with skills that they need to improve.
Has active PTO or other parent organization.
Involves parents in an organized, ongoing, and timely way in the planning, review, and improvement of programs.
Includes parent leaders from all racial, ethnic, socioeconomic, and other groups in the school.
Provides a community resource directory for parents and students with information on community services, programs, and agencies.
Utilizes community resources, such as businesses, libraries, parks and museums to enhance the learning environment.

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