Welcome Parents & Community Partners!
Student success and achievement is a shared responsibility, between home and school. It is our goal to have parents and community partners involved and engaged in a variety of ways to ensure students are successful. The Building Bridges project was created to improve student services, promote overall student/family wellness and build a better learning environment for students through family/community involvement. Please join us~ you can be involved in a variety of ways, whatever works for you. Parents can attend workshops, speakers, events, join the TUSD SBFC online community, provide feedback through our district survey or get involved at your child's school. Community partners and staff can join our collaborative that meets monthly to coordinate effective service delivery and collaborate on joint efforts. Questions or feedback please contact the Coordinator of Parent/Community Engagement, Nancy Gutierrez at firstname.lastname@example.org
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