Rosa Parks Elementary School believes that when families get involved in school student achievement increases. Parents, like our teachers, are students’ mentors. You have a critical role to play in providing our students with opportunities to learn and explore, giving them feedback on what’s working and what’s not, and encouraging their persistence both when they succeed and when they make mistakes. Ask your children questions. Ask their teachers questions. Look for ways to keep engaging their curiosity beyond the school walls. Education is a team effort – and we need you in this process.
We are fortunate to have a community that shares their time and talents with our students. We encourage all parents to become involved in our school in a way that fits your time and taps into your talents. We look forward to working together to build a bright future for each and every one of our students – and for all in our community.