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Academic Parent Teacher Teams
STMHS is proud to announce the formation of Academic Parent Teacher Teams (APTT). This program targets our Grade 9-10 families. 

 Next Meeting: May 31, 2019

Who Should Participate

  • Parents & Guardians of grade 9-10 students
  • Teachers
  • District Administrators
  • Pre-Service Teachers
  • Family Engagement Specialists
  • Title I Facilitators

Goals of the Service

In these Academic Parent-Teacher Team (APTT) workshops, participants gain expertise in:

  • Using family engagement as an instructional strategy
  • Implementing a systemic approach to family engagement focused on student academic goals
  • Using the essential elements of the APTT system
  • Developing foundational grade-level skills for parent meetings
  • Effectively sharing data with families to establish academic goals
  • Developing tools and strategies for measuring and evaluating system effectiveness
  • Enlisting parents as classroom leaders
  • Creating effective classroom networks focused on student success

Setting Higher Standards For The Nation

Academic Parent-Teacher Teams very clearly demonstrates that family-school-community partnerships with a central focus on advancing student learning can have a powerful impact. Anne Henderson, in association with the NEA Priority School Campaign, identified APTT as a national model for engaging families effectively in education.

What Makes APTT Unique

APTT is a research and evidence-based system that is unique and authentic; it emerged from a grass-roots effort to connect families and teachers to drive student learning and performance.

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