Getting Involved: Tanyit Arellanos organized volunteers to help supervise students and encouraged Latino parents to become involved at school.
Helping your child succeed is the first step toward improving your school.
Getting Involved: Teresa Maxwell rejuvenated her school's PTA and recruited other parents to join.
Getting Involved: Karen Wiederholt started an afterschool writing workshop for kids who need extra help.
Pam Lally brought her school's outdated library back to life.
When schools create a culture where everyone belongs, bullying is less of a problem.
If you'd like to get involved at your child's school but aren't sure where to start, you've come to the right place.
Volunteering your time or donating equipment can make a big difference at your school. Find out what you can offer.
The school site council plays an important role in decision-making at many schools. Find out what the council does and how you can get involved.
Working parents tell how they get involved and offer suggestions so that schools and parent groups can help them stay involved.