Parent Participation

It is as important for parents to participate in their students’ educational experience as it is students. Understanding that our students’ minds are young and can be molded and shaped into a successful, valuable contributor to the world. It is a journey that extends beyond school into the home and must be supported by family. As a parent you must set the example to your student, so they understand you not only care, but you are committed to their achievement by participating in their educational experience.

We understand life is busy and time is valuable but a commitment to your child’s education is priceless. Contact the registrar or principal and find ways to participate.

Below are areas that you may be able to help through participation as well as general information for parents.

PLEASE CONTACT THE PRINCIPAL, ACADEMIC DEAN OR REGISTRAR FOR MORE INFORMATION.

  • Parent Teacher Student Organization

    All parents encouraged to attend upcoming PAT (Parent Action Team) meetings and participate in the development and education of their children. We cannot do it alone and need parent participation to ensure students reaching maximum potential. Please contact the principal or academic dean immediately and attend the next meeting.

  • Academic Assistance

    Each school has academic assistance programs designed to help students who are struggling academically and/or socially to achieve success in school by building self-esteem, encouraging cooperation and team concepts, improving study habits, connecting with adult mentors, and providing academic assistance.

  • Before/After School Care

    Most Skyline Education campuses sponsor before-and-after-school programs, and offer high-quality, low-cost childcare to students. Before and after school programs, early release care, emergency childcare, and holiday and vacation camps are offered.

  • Community News

    If you would like information about activities, clubs, classes and events sponsored by the community, please visit the registrar in the school’s front office. We value the classroom as an instructional setting that is free of advertising; therefore, fliers and information about non-school sponsored activities are not distributed through our classroom.

  • Nutritional Services

    The Nutritional Services Department manages the National School Lunch Program, provides refreshments for district functions and coordinates nutrition education. Nutritional Services is a major part of your child’s school environment. All menus meet the Federal Child Nutrition Program guidelines. Meals are served every school day at no cost to your student. We also provide nutritious snacks at several after school programs.

  • Curriculum Night

    Each school holds a Meet Your Teacher and/or a Curriculum Night at the beginning of the school year. We encourage all parents/guardians to attend. Teachers will give a brief presentation regarding the curriculum, academic expectations, and behavioral guidelines.

  • Native American Support Services

    Native American Programs provide educational and cultural enrichment for American Indian/Alaskan Natives (AI/AN) students, while promoting an active Native American community within our school.
    The program aims to provide culturally-relevant academic assistance to students, and to increase parent/community participation in program and school activities. Persons eligible: Federally-recognized members of a tribe, band or other organized group of Indians, including those terminated since 1940; children or grandchildren of any such member of receding group; Inuit, Aleut, or other Alaskan Native considered by the Secretary of the Department of Interior to be an Indian.

  • Use of Facilities

    The site administrator manages the Community Use of District Facilities, including outside fields, gyms, etc. Although Skyline Education schools are free public charter schools they are on private property and do not have the same leasing protocol as public schools. Please contact our main office at 877-225-2118 for information and regulations that pertain to the use of District facilities.

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