Ashley Fivecoat sees two-way communication as a way for parents to be active in their children's learning—without having to pull out papers from the bottom of a backpack.
“Communication is something that our parents expect—and that our staff know is expected.”
“We had plenty of communication before, but effective? It was lacking.”
“It’s important for parents to trust you. You have their kids—all day.”
“If you're able to help a parent, then you know that they're helping their child.”
How has communication helped improve family engagement in your community?
Bring meaningful communication to your school or district with a Remind plan.