HISD parents and guardians are invited to complete the 2021–2022 HISD Title I, Part A Parent and Family Engagement Survey.Continue reading
In an effort to promote the importance of parental involvement and literacy simultaneously, the HISD Parent Engagement Department has launched a new Parent Book Club.
Nearly 30 parents attended the club’s first meeting on March 1 at Roosevelt Elementary eager to discuss the first chapters of the book How to Talk So Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk and participate in the group exercises. Continue reading
About 40 families from across the district participated in the first-ever Families with Confidence summer camp for migrant parents and students in HISD.
The four-week camp, held at Sam Houston Math, Science & Technology Center, is designed to help families improve communication at home, increase parental involvement at school and create a college-bound culture from a young age.
“The goal is for them to become better parents, so we try to educate the family as a whole,” said Maria Treviño, HISD Parent Engagement specialist. “A better relationship between the student and the parent results in a better student at school.”