Meaningful Engagement of Families and Community

As defined by the National Policy Board for Educational Administration, Meaningful Engagement of Families and Community are defined as the following:

Effective educational leaders engage families and the community in
meaningful, reciprocal, and mutually beneficial ways to promote each
student’s academic success and well-being.

Effective leaders:
a) Are approachable, accessible, and welcoming to families and members of the
community.
b) Create and sustain positive, collaborative, and productive relationships with families and the community for the benefit of students.
c) Engage in regular and open two-way communication with families and the community about the school, students, needs, problems, and accomplishments.
d) Maintain a presence in the community to understand its strengths and needs,
develop productive relationships, and engage its resources for the school.
e) Create means for the school community to partner with families to support student learning in and out of school.
f) Understand, value, and employ the community’s cultural, social, intellectual, and
political resources to promote student learning and school improvement.
g) Develop and provide the school as a resource for families and the community.
h) Advocate for the school and district, and for the importance of education and student needs and priorities to families and the community.
i) Advocate publicly for the needs and priorities of students, families, and the
community.
j) Build and sustain productive partnerships with public and private sectors to promote school improvement and student learning.

I have met these criteria evidenced by the following:

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