2012 PLC Save The Date! Espanol

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The annual Parent Leadership Conference is a networking and learning opportunity for parents and professionals who work with children. Parents participate on the keynote panels, in workshops, facilitate parent café discussions and give testimonies at the end. This free, two-day conference will provide parents with information in fatherhood, advocacy, education and family engagement.

Filed under Families Schools Espanol and tagged with 2012 PLC Parent Leadership Conference parenting parent involvement meaningful family engagement family engagement early childhood education Title 1 on August 09, 2012 #


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2012 Parent Leadership Conference Save The Date

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The annual Parent Leadership Conference is a networking and learning opportunity for parents and professionals who work with children. Parents participate on the keynote panels, in workshops, facilitate parent café discussions and give testimonies at the end. This free, two-day conference will provide parents with information in fatherhood, advocacy, education and family engagement.

Filed under Families Schools Early Childhood Espanol and tagged with 2012 PLC Parent Leadership Conference parent leadership family engagement fathers PTA PLC Title 1 ESEA family on August 06, 2012 #


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Family Engagement Surveys

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This family engagement survey document is a compiled list of family engagement surveys from a variety of resources that has sections for schools and districts, families and the community. Please use these surveys as they are or recreate them to fit the needs.

Filed under Families Families Schools Espanol and tagged with standards surveys family engagement family school partnership communication community Collaborating with the Community Speaking Up for Every Child Supporting Student Success Order from KPIRC family teachers professional development parent teacher conferences parenting collaboration on July 24, 2012 #


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Una Guía del Apoyo para el Comportamiento Positivo en la Escuela (SWPBS) para la Familia

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El lazo entre las familias y el Apoyo para el Comportamiento Positivo en la Escuela (SWPBS) es importante. Cuando las familias están involucradas en las actividades educacionales de manera significativa, sus hijos se desempeñan mejor en sus escuelas. Las familias juegan un papel importante en la educación y el desarrollo social de sus hijos. La presencia de los padres en las escuelas no solamente proporciona apoyo académico adicional sino que también crea conexiones comunitarias y culturales. En muchas escuelas, la participación de las familias en el proceso de apoyo para el comportamiento positivo en la escuela está creciendo. Los miembros de familia son parte de los equipos de planificación estatal, distrital y escolar y participan en actividades de la escuela en diferentes maneras. El involucramiento familiar ayuda a proporcionar consistencia entre la casa y la escuela, la clave del éxito para todos los estudiantes. Los miembros de la familia participan en el proceso de valoraciones y resolución de problemas para crear esquemas de apoyo para el comportamiento positivo individualizado cuando son necesarios para los estudiantes.

Filed under Families Schools Espanol and tagged with SWPBS family school partnership family engagement fathers Title 1 parenting parent involvement ESEA multi-tier system of support on February 08, 2012 #


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Una Guía del Sistema de Apoyo de Múltiples Niveles (MTSS) para la Familia

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Las escuelas se comprometen a ayudar a todos los niños a tener éxito. Éstas tienen muchas maneras de ayudar a que los niños aprendan y de asegurarse de que aquellos que necesitan apoyo adicional tengan éxito. El Sistema de Apoyo de Múltiples Niveles (MTSS) es una de las maneras en que las escuelas proveen ese apoyo. Este folleto estudia los componentes básicos de cualquier proceso de MTSS e incluye preguntas que usted quizás quiera hacer a la escuela de su hijo(a) para aprender más acerca del proceso de MTSS. Se incluyen también maneras en las cuales usted puede involucrarse en el proceso y qué hacer y adónde ir si tiene preguntas o inquietudes.

Filed under Families Schools Espanol and tagged with parent involvement fathers ESEA family engagement Title 1 MTSS multi-tier system of support positive behavior support meaningful family engagement on February 08, 2012 #


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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.

Filed under Families Schools Early Childhood Espanol and tagged with collaboration family family engagement governor's proclamation proclamation parenting leadership parent involvement family professional partnership family school partnership Title 1 on October 11, 2011 #


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Familias Haciendo La Diferencia: Conferencia de Liderazgo de Pardres 2011

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Las inscripciones en linea se abren el 12 De Augosto De 2011!

Filed under Espanol and tagged with Parent Leadership Conference PLC on August 01, 2011 #


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2011 Parent Leadership Conference Brochure

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Attached please find the brochure for the 2011 Parent Leadership Conference. Registration for the conference will be live on this website August 12th!

Filed under Families Schools Early Childhood Higher Education Businesses Espanol and tagged with Parent Leadership Conference 2011 PLC on August 01, 2011 #


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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.

Filed under Families Schools Early Childhood Higher Education Espanol and tagged with technology Internet Internet Safety Cell Phone Safety Cellular Phone Safety on June 01, 2011 #


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Parents' Guide to Student Success

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From the National PTA: The Parents’ Guide to Student Success (linked from the site in English and Spanish) was developed in response to the Common Core State Standards in English language arts and mathematics that more than 40 states, including Kansas, have adopted. Created by teachers, parents, education experts, and others from across the country, the standards provide clear, consistent expectations for what students should be learning at each grade in order to be prepared for college and career.

Filed under Families Schools Espanol and tagged with national standards Common standards Common Cord Standards PTA standards curriculum curricular standards on March 29, 2011 #