Parent Involvement

Mid-Year Parent Survey

Have an impact on our scholars at MAS!

Parent involvement both at home and at school has been proven to have a positive impact on students. A study done in Washington, D.C. with African American students showed increased test scores and improved grades.

As a parent, you have a unique opportunity to participate in both your child’s home and educational experiences. Consider one of the options below, or suggest your own idea to get involved!

Parents are welcome to:

  • volunteer for MAS (Thanksgiving Dinner, Christmas Party, Muffins for Moms, Donuts for Dads, teacher appreciation)
  • be an extra pair of hands in a classroom
  • attend field trips
  • attend monthly parent informational meetings
  • read a book to a kindergarten class
  • participate in Science Club, Boy Scouts, and/or Girl Scouts
  • come cheer on our athletes at games
  • assist with concessions stands during dances and/or games

Get involved today!

and we will get you set up to share in our scholar’s success.

Marcon, R. A. “Positive relationships between parent school involvement and public school inner-city preschoolers’ development and academic performance” School Psychology Review 28(3) (1999): 395–412.