Parent and family engagement is linked to children’s success in kindergarten and beyond. As parents and families of Head Start children, there are many ways for you to become involved and stay engaged in the program, and in your children’s education and future. We value parents and know that ultimately you will have the biggest impact on your child as their first teacher.
Research shows that children whose parents are involved in their education do better in school. Getting involved at the preschool level will prepare you to be active once your children enter elementary school, middle school, and high school. Schools need parent and family involvement to succeed just as much as your children do.
Attend today, Achieve tomorrow
Good attendance helps children do well in school and eventually in the workplace.
Taken from www.attendanceworks.org.
To Partner with us at School….
To Partner with us at Home…
Use Positive Discipline: Re-direct your child by explaining what you would like him or her TO DO, and why it is important, instead of simply saying what NOT to do.
Provide Language Rich Experiences: Talking to children as they experience the world teacher children vocabulary and shows them how to share thoughts and ideas.
Establish Family Routines: Consistent family routines strengthen relationships and help children learn to regulate their behavior.
Read With Your Child: Reading regularly with your child helps them learn vocabulary, learn letters and print, and understand complex concepts told through stories.
Taken from www.acelero.net
Volunteers are an important part of the Head Start Program. Parents, grandparents, students and community members are encouraged to participate in a variety of ways.