Parent Bill of Rights
- The right to a free public school education for their children.
- The right to be given access to information about their children’s performance and the educational programs and opportunities available to them and their children.
- The right to be actively involved in the education of their children.
- The right to file complaints and appeals.
- The right to translation and interpretation services in order to communicate effectively with the Department, in accordance with Chancellor's Regulation A663
All Parents Have the Following Responsibilities:
- The responsibility to send their children to school ready to learn.
- The responsibility to ensure that their children attend school regularly and arrive on time.
- The responsibility to be aware of their children’s work, progress, and problems.
- The responsibility to keep in touch with their children’s teachers and principal.
- The responsibility to respond to communications from their children’s school.
- The responsibility to attend important meetings and conferences.
- The responsibility to treat all school staff members with courtesy and respect.
- Set high expectations for their children.
- Help out at schools by volunteering time, skills, or resources.
- Get involved in Parent Associations or Parent-Teacher Associations.
- Take part in school and community programs.