👩🏻🎓 👨🏻🎓The Rialto Unified School District's Curtis T. Winton Parent Institute👩🏻🎓 👨🏻🎓
Message From Kenny & Wendy
🍂 Welcome to the Parent Institute October Newsletter! 🎃
Dear Parents and Guardians,
As the autumn leaves start to fall, we're delighted to connect with you once again through our October newsletter. With the school year well underway, our commitment to providing you with valuable insights, resources, and updates continues to grow stronger, enhancing your child's educational journey and keeping you actively involved in their progress.
🎃 We want to highlight the various ways you can engage with your child's education and the vibrant school community:
📚 Dive into classroom involvement and share your unique support with your student's teacher.
🏡 Explore opportunities for remote participation and contribute from the comfort of your home, ensuring your involvement is convenient and impactful.
🎾 Get in on the extracurricular action by joining sports, clubs, and other enriching activities.
🌟 Mark your calendars for exciting District/School Site Events, including the eagerly awaited October 6th Hispanic Heritage Month! This event promises a fun-filled and educational experience for the whole family.
🍁 In the spirit of the season, we invite you to share your Fall success stories as your students continue to navigate this school year. Your experiences can inspire others and foster a sense of unity within our parent community.
🌐 Don't forget to explore the Rialto Unified School District website for the latest updates, announcements, and additional resources. Our commitment to supporting your child's learning journey remains unwavering.
🍂 As October unfolds, may it bring a sense of excitement for new possibilities and continued growth. We eagerly anticipate the journey ahead and look forward to sharing more insights with you in our next issue. Thank you for your ongoing dedication to your child's education.
~ Wendy Gavini & Kenny House, District Parent Institute Assistants 🌟
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🔍 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) - Your Questions Answered! 📚
Rialto Unified School District Curtis T. Winton Parent Institute, has dedicated this section to address some of the most frequently asked questions and provide guidance on various topics. Check out the following FAQs:
1. What is the Parent Institute? The Parent Institute is a dedicated resource within the school district designed to provide parents and guardians with information, support, and tools to actively engage in their child's education journey.
2. How can I get involved with the Parent Institute? Getting involved is easy! Attend our workshops, meetings, and events.
3. What types of workshops are offered at the Parent Institute? We offer workshops on a wide range of topics, including parent-teacher communication, academic support, college preparation, health and wellness, and more. Check our newsletter for upcoming workshop details.
4. Can I access resources from the Parent Institute online? Absolutely! Our website features a wealth of resources, articles, and guides to support your child's educational journey. Visit our YouTube channel to explore these materials.
5. Are workshops available in languages other than English? Yes, we are committed to inclusivity. We offer workshops in Spanish and can provide additional language services to cater to our diverse community. Keep an eye out for language-specific workshops in our newsletter.
6. How can I provide feedback or suggest topics for workshops? We value your input! Feel free to reach out to us through email, phone, or attend our meetings to share your feedback and suggest workshop topics that interest you.
7. Is there a way to connect with other parents in the district? Absolutely. Join our parent groups and committees, such as the Alianza Latina, District African American Parent Advisory Council, District English Learner Advisory Committee, Parent Teacher Association, and more. These groups provide a platform for connecting and collaborating with other parents.