Parent Responsiblities



  1. Sending their child to school ready to learn.
  2. Ensuring that their child attends school regularly and arrives on time
  3. Being aware of their child’s work, progress, and problems by reading school notices, talking to their child about school, reviewing their child’s work and progress reports, and meeting with school staff.
  4. Maintaining verbal and/or written contact with their child’s teachers and principal about the progress of their child’s education.
  5. Adhering to all school policies and applicable Chancellor’s Regulations that pertain to their children’s education.
  6. Responding in a timely manner to communications from their child’s school.
  7. Attending all meetings and conferences requested by the school that pertain to their child.
  8. Entering the school building in a respectful manner, refraining from disruptive behavior and treating all members of the school community with courtesy and respect.
  9. Ensuring that the school is updated with accurate contact information (e.g., home address, telephone number). 


  1. Provide a supportive home setting where education is a priority.
  2. Reinforce the importance of acquiring the knowledge, skills and values needed to function effectively in society.
  3. Volunteer time, skills, or resources in the school.
  4. Take part in school and community programs that empower parents to participate in educational decision-making.
  5. Become active members of the school’s Parent Association or Parent-Teacher Association.
  6. Become active members of the Title I parent committee, where applicable.
  7. Question their child about schoolwork, attendance, and behavior and discuss what the school expects.
  8. Teach their child to respect the property, safety, and rights of others and the importance of refraining from intimidating, harassing or discriminatory behavior.