Parent Involvement & Advocacy
- Family involvement is voluntary; however, when parents are involved children tend to be more successful.
- The most engaged families complete 40 family service hours, which is what we recommend in a school year.
- There's many ways for families to be involved, for example:
- School Cite Council
- Booster Club
Advocacy Is What We Do
- A bold group of parents petitioned to create our network of tuition-free public charter schools, starting with Hardy Brown College Prep in San Bernardino and Fortune School in Sacramento.
- As a parent, you must advocate for our charter school to keep our charter school.
- Parents, yours is the most powerful voice to keep elected officials focused on your child's needs, rather than the needs of adults and bureaucracies.
- You will be expected to attend school board meetings, events at the State Capitol and speak to elected officials when asked in order to advocate for your child's charter school.