Parents in Action

At Watts Learning Center we encourage all parents to take an active role in their student's education and get involved in the school community and activities. Your participation fosters your child’s consideration and care for our joint efforts to cultivate healthy and prepared minds for high school. The success of our school community depends upon the collaboration, commitment, and involvement of parents, students, teachers, and community members.
 
It is strongly encouraged that parents volunteer 25 hours per school year.We know student performance increases when families get involved.
 
This can be done in a variety of ways:
 
Attend Parent Meetings & Workshops
Join Parent Committees
Volunteer in the Parent Center
Organize or participate in a special event
Become a Grade Level Parent Volunteer (organize materials at home)
Chaperone a field trip
Donate classroom materials
 
For more information on how you can become a parent volunteer, see Ms. Julieta Yañez, our Parent Coordinator in the Parent Center. jyanez@wlccms.org Thank you
 

SPOTLIGHT OPPORTUNITIES

  • WEBER WEDNESDAYS: 8:00-9:30am
    • September 12th 2018
      September 26th 2018
      October 10th 2018
      October 24th 2018
      January 9th 2019
      February 13th 2019
      February 27th 2019
      March 13th 2019
      March 27th 2019
 
Please accompany us for our Parenting Tips & Tools Workshop Series every 2 weeks on Wednesdays from 8-9:30am. Weber Communication Center is hosting these informational meetings to make sure you have the information necessary to support your child with all the elements of adolescence. Below is a sample of topics that will be covered, even if you don't think these things apply to your child, it is critical you are prepared to see warning signs. Don't miss out!
 
Family Communication
Parenting Monitoring
Effects and Warning Signs of Substance Use
Taking a Clear Stand on Drugs
Marijuana Facts
Social Media
Being a Good Role Model