Research shows that when parents are actively involved with their children's education, students' grades are higher, their self-esteem is greater, and they are more socially adjusted. In fact, the most accurate indicator of a student's academic success in school is not tied to family income or social status, but the extent to which a family:
- Creates a home environment that encourages learning.
- Sets high but realistic achievement and career expectations.
- Becomes involved in their child's education and in the community.
In addition to meeting with your child's teachers and counselor and attending other school-wide and community events, opportunities to get involved at your child’s school abound. All volunteers need to compete volunteer forms.
Please review the "Volunteer Program Guidelines" and keep the following in mind:
Click on the link below to let us know what kind of parent/guardian volunteer opportunities interest you. Someone will contact you as soon as possible to follow up and discuss specifics. Help us to make the events at iMiddle memorable for your child!!
In addition, any "stay-at-home" or "work-from-home" mom, dad, grandparent, guardian, etc who is willing to come to iMiddle during the lunch time to play a sport or conduct an activity, or to help with supervision, please contact Principal Steve Will firstname.lastname@example.org The lunch time on Mon, Tues, Thurs, and Fri is from 12:28-12:58pm.