Parents and families are important to the learning opportunity. DCPS has created a Parent Resource Guide to show you how to contribute to a successful journey for your kid. The Parent Resource Guide is provided here or you can call the Family Engagement and Community Engagement Office at 904.390.2960 for more information.
Parents are crucial to the success of our school year every year. The Parent Teacher Association and other parent organizations are always looking for an extra pair of hands, or a bright idea. Learn how you can help. The rewards are immeasurable.
Under the District Resources tab, you will find many more helpful links such as: School Menus, Grade Portal, The DCPS Academic Looking Glass, Parent Roadmaps to the Common Core Standards, Homework Assistance, FCAT Information for Parents and Students, National Parenting Center, Parent Resource Guide, School Volunteer Information, and Title I Parent Involvement Center.
Appointment for Immediate Concerns:
If you have any concerns that demand immediate attention, such as grade issues, health problems, or any academic issue, please call or email the school counselor so that your concerns can be addressed:
· A – C; P. Stanley - firstname.lastname@example.org 904-924-3049 ext 1165999921
· D – K; E. Andrews – email@example.com 904-924-3049 ext 1165999922
· V - Z; T. Phelps-Rogers - firstname.lastname@example.org - 904-924-3049 ext 1165999924
To set up a parent-teacher conference – 904-924-3049 ext 1165999925
Parental Involvement Associations / Activities
There are many opportunities for parental involvement in Raines and in the student’s education. Below, you will find some information on these organizations, and you can click the link on the side bar for more.
William M. Raines PTSA – Click on the PTSA link or tab to learn more about the wonderful things the William M. Raines PTSA is doing or contact them directly at RainesPTSA2013@yahoo.com.School Advisory Committee (SAC)
The responsibility of the School Advisory Council is to provide parents, citizens, faculty, staff, and students an opportunity to participate in the development of educational priorities, assessment of a school’s needs, and identification of local resources. Among the functions of School Advisory Council are to assist in the preparation and evaluation of the school improvement plan, and to assist in the preparation of the school budget. For more information on the School Advisory Council or to get involved, please contact Raines’ SAC Chair, Julius Paden.