Family Engagement: A Critical Component to Building an Empowering Culture in the Kansas Multi-Tier System of Supports (MTSS)

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Family engagement is a key aspect of Kansas MTSS. For this reason, schools must make a concerted effort to involve families as early as possible. The PTA National Standards for Family School Partnerships focus on what families, schools, and communities can do together to support positive student outcomes. Each of the six standards includes quality indicators for successful partnerships. The standards are available on the National PTA website, www.pta.org.

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Creating Family, School, & Community Partnerships

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The following pages highlight examples of parent involvement in schools and districts across Kansas. While parent involvement is alive and well in many schools, we are sharing these exemplars of parent involvement and to inspire educators and parents in other schools to also implement practices that address the National Standards.

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Dropout Prevention: What Families Need to Know

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Family support in a child's education can help build a foundation for success that directly impacts a child's school perfomance in a postive way. This document gives you the tools and tips to help your child in Early Childhood, Elementary school, Middle school and high school to prevent dropout.

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Student Transition from Middle to High School

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A parent's involvement in the transition from middle school to high school makes a difference in a student's academic success. This fact sheet will give parents information on how to stay involved from middle school through high school.

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2011 Proclamation of Family Engagement Month

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Governor Sam Brownback has declared October, 2011 to be Family Engagement Month. This official proclamation will download as a pdf file.

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The ABC Book of Educational Terms: A Plain Language Guide for Parents

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The purpose of this guide is to provide Kansas families with a resource of commonly used educational terms. Many of the terms selected for this plain language guide appear in current state and federal legislation that is of particular interest to parents. If you would like a free copy in pdf format emailed to you, please contact our office.

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Summer Fun With Reading

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READING TIPS FOR FAMILIES Reading with or to a child over the summer will help keep a child's reading skills alive and prevent the loss of reading skills over the summer.

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Project Success

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Project Success is a part of the Kansas Technical Support Network, dedicated to improving student performance in reading and math for students in special education, through supporting Kansas Schools, Teachers, Students in Special Education, and Families.

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Using Internet & Cell Phone Technology Safely: What Families Need to Know

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What a wonderful world we live in! Technology such as the Internet and Cellular (Cell) Phones make staying in constant contact with family and friends simple. Children, as well as adults can and do develop relationships with people in other cities, states, even other countries through gaming and online communication and gaming (Wii, Xbox, PS2, etc). Technology is fun, and should remain fun. However, just like other safety issues, families need to be aware of the dangers, as well as the benefits of using technology. It is of equal importance to know how children are using technology and with whom they are interacting. By following a few simple tips and learning to be involved in a child’s online world, as well as in each child’s day-to- day life, families can ensure that their children, who are technology natives, stay safe.

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NCLB Action Brief: Parent Involvement

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While parents are mentioned over 300 times in various part of the No Child Left Behind act, this Action Brief will concentrate on Section 1118, Title I of the Act. It is the only section in the Act devoted solely to parental involvement, and if implemented effectively, provides the core elements that incorporate many of the other parental involvement provisions of NCLB. As you become familiar with NCLB through the various other PEN/NCPIE Action Briefs, you will find parental involvement roles defined throughout. These are important for you to know as well, but Section 1118 provisions are the core around which all of the other parental involvement provisions revolved. This resource includes templates for Parent Involvement policies and checklists for schools and districts to ensure compliance.

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