Parent Leadership 101. Presented by the Parent & Educator Partnership Adapted from the Center for Parent Leadership, Lexington, KY. Let’s Get Started. Check in and get information Put on your name tag Select a seat by a member of your school team Help yourself to food and drinks
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Presented by the Parent & Educator Partnership
Adapted from the Center for Parent Leadership, Lexington, KY.
Green- Hobbies and interests
Yellow-Your school activities
Orange- Something you did in school
that you are proud of
Red-Example of some ways you
serve other parents
Blue-Your personal strengths
children do better
the schools get better
Involved families: The entire school staff builds strong relationships with families and communities to support learning.
Goal: Protect School
Parents: Stay Home
Goal: Share Values
Parents: Reinforce School
Teachers: Conferences/Open Houses
Info: School Handbook
PTO/A: Meets Monthly Principal Speaks
Decisions: Principal & Lead Teachers
Goal: Enrich School
Parents: Share & Help
Teachers: Know Families/Build on Strengths
Info: Friday Folders
PTO/A: Parent Committees
Decisions: School Council
All Kids Learn
PARENTS & TEACHERS:
Know Each Other
Serve on Committees
Look at Data
What are the assets families can share with schools to impact student success?
Small group activity:
Each group will brainstorm the social assets of one of the following families role groups
What is my education story?
How does my story shape my behavior?
In small groups:
How may I work more effectively with others?
Personality traits of an
There is no best style
Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
Treat others the way
you want to be treated.
Do unto others as they would like done unto them.
Treat others the way they want to be treated.
As owners, we bear a responsibility to participate in the school.
Accountability for the schools, their employees and their funding rests with us and the rest of the schools’ owners.
Our children’s future depends on the improvement of public schools,
and school improvement depends on our participation.”
28th President of the United States
1913 - 1921