Title I Brochure English

SH-V Title 1

Parental Engagement Policy


The staff at Sand Hill-Venable Elementary School strongly encourages the engagement of parents in the planning and implementation of programs, activities, and procedures in which their children participate at school. We view parents as our partners and understand that our students’ success depends on us working together.

In order to promote this connection between home and school:

An annual meeting shall be held near the beginning of the school year to inform parents of the Title 1 Program goals, guidelines, services, and parental rights.

All parents shall receive a copy of the School-Parent Compact explaining the home/school partnership for building student success and fostering parental involvement.

Parent education programs shall be offered throughout the school year in a variety of ways to provide parents with materials and strategies to work with their children at home to increase academic success.

Parents shall be informed of opportunities for themselves and their children in a timely manner and, when available, in a language they can comprehend.

Sand Hill-Venable Elementary School
Parent Engagement Plan

To encourage all families to be engaged, Sand Hill-Venable offers a variety of activities throughout the school year. More information about these events will be sent home.  In addition, activities are posted on our school website and on the marquee/sign in front of the school.  These meetings may be virtual or face to face.

  • Meet the Teacher-August 19

  • Open House/Curriculum Night-Sept. 23

  • Annual Title I Meeting- Sept. 23

  • Parent Conferences

  • STEM Night- Fall

  • Community Night-April

  • Kindergarten Orientation- May

  • “Moving on Up” Transition Night- May

  • ESL Parent Information Sessions – TBA

  • Coffee With the Principal- Monthly

Helpful Hints

Encourage your child to participate in all learning activities daily. 

Listen to your child read each night. 

Sign up for Class Dojo. 

Ask your child about their classwork. 

Make sure your child has a daily routine with a regular bedtime.