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PTO Executive Board

The PTO Executive Board is open to all parents/ guardians. The board is responsible for planning all PTO-sponsored events & activities, broadening the base of parental involvement, and fundraising efforts to supplement the cost of the schools’ needs.

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Roxanne Route - Parent Coordinator

 rr@lakeforestcharter.org

PTO Executive Board

The PTO Executive Board is open to all parents/ guardians. The board is responsible for planning all PTO-sponsored events & activities, broadening the base of parental involvement, and fundraising efforts to supplement the cost of the schools’ needs.

Contact Us

R. Route - Parent Coordinator

 rr@lakeforestcharter.org

PTO Executive Board

The PTO Executive Board is open to all parents/ guardians. The board is responsible for planning all PTO-sponsored events & activities, broadening the base of parental involvement, and fundraising efforts to supplement the cost of the schools’ needs.

Volunteer Hours

Volunteers hours begin September 1st through May 1st. Per the Parental Involvement Contract, you have committed to completing 5 volunteer hours per family. Volunteers can be any family member at least 21 years of age. A valid State ID must be presented for sign-in. No accompanying non-LFC children are allowed on campus during volunteer times. Very important to note, that all parents/guardian's family members must sign in and sign out to receive full credit for hours served.

No Exceptions. Also, please remember when signing in for any volunteer time to sign your student’s full name and grade level. Hours are verified by the student’s name and homeroom teacher.

Volunteer Hours

Volunteers hours begin September 1st through May 1st. Per the Parental Involvement Contract, you have committed to completing 5 volunteer hours per family. Volunteers can be any family member at least 21 years of age. A valid State ID must be presented for sign-in. No accompanying non-LFC children are allowed on campus during volunteer times. Very important to note, that all parents/guardian's family members must sign in and sign out to receive full credit for hours served.

No Exceptions. Also, please remember when signing in for any volunteer time to sign your student’s full name and grade level. Hours are verified by the student’s name and homeroom teacher.

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One of the most rewarding jobs you will have is parenting. Research has proven that a connected, actively involved parent group is directly related to student success in the school environment.  We encourage our parents/guardians to be actively involved in their children’s education. At Lake Forest Charter School, we have the best “Eagle Parents!”  Parental involvement is synonymous with our success at Lake Forest. Our parent-teacher organization is passionate, motivated, and dedicated to working in collaboration with the students and Eagle Leaders in many different avenues. The connection between student, parent, and Eagle Leaders sets a positive tone and lends itself to common expectations and goals.

PTO

One of the most rewarding jobs you will have is parenting. Research has proven that a connected, actively involved parent group is directly related to student success in the school environment.  We encourage our parents/guardians to be actively involved in their children’s education. At Lake Forest Charter School, we have the best “Eagle Parents!”  Parental involvement is synonymous with our success at Lake Forest. Our parent-teacher organization is passionate, motivated, and dedicated to working in collaboration with the students and Eagle Leaders in many different avenues. The connection between student, parent, and Eagle Leaders sets a positive tone and lends itself to common expectations and goals.

Coordinator Services 

  • Coordinates parental involvement activities with the Volunteer Coordinator, PTO, and/or parent groups.

  • Develops and helps to implement a parental involvement plan at the school site. The plan may include items such as orientation for new parents, outreach programs for hard-to-reach parents, strategies for strengthening schools, parent and community relationships, and training and workshops for parents.

  • Designs a framework to increase communication with parents via the school newsletter, fliers, meetings, and other means by compiling and maintaining parent contact records including daily logs, phone logs, visitation logs, attendance data, and weekly progress reports.

  • Participates in mandatory professional development and training opportunities as provided by the school, city, state, or region.

  • Advocates for parents’ rights at the school site, and assists parents in the process of being effective advocates for their child/children by understanding and communicating district policy regarding parental and community involvement.

  • Monitors the inclusion of parents at all levels of involvement in accordance with the National Network of Partnership Schools plan.

  • Coordinates and assist with parental involvement, support, and/or attendance at all school-sponsored activities.

  • Acts as a positive liaison between parents and school personnel.

  • Assists new parents with making the transition of becoming Eagle parents.

  • Provide orientation and information about the school’s policies and procedures to new parents.

  • Actively solicit and maintain partnerships with members of the local business community.

  • Coordinates parental involvement activities with the Volunteer Coordinator, PTO, and/or parent groups.

  • Develops and helps to implement a parental involvement plan at the school site. The plan may include items such as orientation for new parents, outreach programs for hard-to-reach parents, strategies for strengthening schools, parent and community relationships, and training and workshops for parents.

  • Designs a framework to increase communication with parents via the school newsletter, fliers, meetings, and other means by compiling and maintaining parent contact records including daily logs, phone logs, visitation logs, attendance data, and weekly progress reports.

  • Participates in mandatory professional development and training opportunities as provided by the school, city, state, or region.

  • Advocates for parents’ rights at the school site, and assists parents in the process of being effective advocates for their child/children by understanding and communicating district policy regarding parental and community involvement.

  • Monitors the inclusion of parents at all levels of involvement in accordance with the National Network of Partnership Schools plan.

  • Coordinates and assist with parental involvement, support, and/or attendance at all school-sponsored activities.

  • Acts as a positive liaison between parents and school personnel.

  • Assists new parents with making the transition of becoming Eagle parents.

  • Provide orientation and information about the school’s policies and procedures to new parents.

  • Actively solicit and maintain partnerships with members of the local business community.

Contact Us

R. Route - Parent Coordinator

 rr@lakeforestcharter.org

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