Parent involvement has been proven to have a positive impact on your child's education.

 

Parent Involvement

Mid-Year Parent Survey

 

Have an impact on our scholars at MAS!

"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much" Helen Keller

Parent involvement both at home and at school has been proven to have a positive impact on students. A study done in Washington, D.C. with African American students showed increased test scores and improved grades.

As a parent, you have a unique opportunity to participate in both your child's home and educational experiences. Consider one of the options below, or suggest your own idea to get involved!

Parents are welcome to:

  • volunteer for MAS (Thanksgiving Dinner, Christmas Party, Muffins for Moms, Donuts for Dads, teacher appreciation)
  • be an extra pair of hands in a classroom
  • attend field trips
  • attend monthly parent informational meetings
  • read a book to a kindergarten class
  • participate in Science Club, Boy Scouts, and/or Girl Scouts
  • come cheer on our athletes at games
  • assist with concessions stands during dances and/or games

Get involved today!

and we will get you set up to share in our scholar's success.

References
Marcon, R. A. "Positive relationships between parent school involvement and public school inner-city preschoolers’ development and academic performance" School Psychology Review 28(3) (1999): 395–412.