Parents who are actively involved in their child's education reinforce the importance of doing well in school so that he or she will have the drive to reach full potential. 

Attending school functions and parent-teacher conferences, volunteering in the classroom and checking in on homework progress are all great ways to show your child that you value his or her education. For more ideas on how to get involved please visit our resources below.

U.S. Department of Education - Parent Involvement
U.S. Department of Education - Parent and Family Engagement

There are a number of ways for parents to get involved in their child's education. Inver Grove Heights Community Schools Volunteer Corps members donate time to assist teachers and students with classroom activities. For information on how to get involved in a school, visit our Volunteer Corps page.

SchoolView is a great way for parents to monitor their child's attendance, view homework assignments and grades, pay for lunches and more. For questions regarding SchoolView or to get set up with an account, contact your SchoolView building representative.
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