University Middle School Parent Involvement Policy
Parental Involvement Policy
Have monthly, bi-monthly, or quarterly workshops with University Middle School
Counselors/HSSC/Dean that will focus on academics, social development, conflict resolution, and
time management skills.
Have the opportunity to attend a presentation on assessment data at the November PTA meeting at
University Middle School.
Have the opportunity to participate on the School Leadership Council and School-Based Behavioral
Threat Assessment Team
Have access to PowerSchool to routinely monitor their child’s academic progress.
Have access to ClassDojo to communicate in their native language with their child’s teachers and
faculty within the building.
Have the opportunity to visit their child’s classroom to observe academic performance with a
minimum of 24-hour’s notice (business hours) to the school principal.
Have the opportunity to develop academic intervention plans through the Intervention and Referral
Services Committee (I & RS).
Receive correspondence (flyers, broadcast calls, newsletters, ClassDojo) from administration, in a
timely manner, about events and activities to expand parental and community participation.
Have the opportunity to participate in activities and events, with their children, that are designed to
motivate students through our Positive Behavior Support In Schools (PBSIS)/ClassDojo programs.
Have the opportunity to attend parent workshops and become familiar with the technology that will
enable parents to assist their children.
Have the opportunity to meet with the administration and faculty members every month at our
Community Chat meetings that will help during the school day to discuss matters that will assist in
the academic and social achievement of their child.
Be invited to showcase their professions and/or talents with our students during our monthly Friday
Night Light Events from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. on the first Friday of each month.