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Message to Parents/Guardians

Dear Parents/Guardians:

When you are involved, your child achieves more!  Research shows that regardless of the economic, ethnic, or cultural background of the family, when parents/guardians are involved in their children's education, students have:

  • Higher grades, test scores, and graduation rates
  • Better school attendance
  • Increased motivation
  • Better self-esteem
  • Lower rates of suspension
  • Decreased use of drugs and alcohol
  • Fewer instances of violent behavior
  • Greater enrollment rates in post-secondary education

Here are several ways that you can monitor your student’s progress:

  • Expect your student to have homework. S/he should spend two hours a day studying and doing homework.
  • Does your student need additional help? S/he can schedule an appointment with his/her individual teachers to get additional help during lunch, after school or Saturday School.
  • Tutoring is also available in all subjects in the Library: Monday – Thursday from 3:00 to 4:30 pm.
  • Check your student’s attendance through School Loop or ParentVue. If you have specific questions about attendance, contact
  • Check your student’s grades on School Loop – You will need to know your student’s school ID number and have an e-mail account in order to register with School Loop.  You can register at Stop by the Parent Center or contact Maria Gallegos at ext. 7741 if you need help with registration.
  • If you do not have Internet access, your student can obtain grade printouts from his/her teachers or counselor via email or appointment.
  • Maintain contact with your student’s teachers and counselor.
  • Participate in Back-to-School, Open House Parent Nights and check for the next progress report.
  • For additional info in Spanish, contact our community workers: Ms. Elvia Morales at ext. 7743 or Ms. Carmen Flores at ext. 7865.