Parent Resources

Information for Parents

Successful partnerships between parents, school staff and community stakeholders ensure  that all students achieve and experience high levels of success.
 
We Want To Hear From You
 
Do you have questions?  Would you like to help?  Just send an email to us at this address and we'll get back to you promptly.
 
talktous@trotwood.k12.oh.us  

Parent Education Meetings

Join us at 5:30 pm on the 3rd Thursday of each month at the Board of Education Office on Snyder Road to particiate in any one of our parent education meetings organized into four categories:
 
  1. Enhanced Academic Student Achievement
  2. School Success tools
  3. Student Support Services
  4. Parent and Family Connections 

Parent Engagement Meetings

Our district is proactive in providing parents with information that benefits the health and safety of students and demonstrates our commitment to the wellbeing of all faculty, staff, students and visitors
 
Click the link below to visit the Parent InfoCenter and explore the information available to you.
 

Parent Involvement and Support

Our Parents are encouraged to develop a strong working relationship with teachers.  
 
While offering to volunteer at school is welcomed, these simple at home steps provide a great system of support. 
 
  1.  Make sure children discuss what they learned during the day as it allows them to learn to summarize.
  2. Help with organization by setting aside specific time to study, complete homework, play, and get quality sleep.
  3. Model reading for pleasure and set technology limits. 
All Community Members have the right to review the instructional materials used in district classrooms.  If you have an interest in reviewing any instructional materials, please contact the building Principal to schedule at time for review.  

Teacher Training

As parents strive to work with staff members, questions may arize related to a teacher's training to prepare himself/herself to teach a particular subnect.  If parents are interested in receiving information on the qualifications of their children's teachers, they should contact the district's Human Resources Department.

Adult Literacy Assistance

The Brunner Literacy Center is an adult literacy support resource nestled right here in the City of Trotwood.  Located at 4825 Salem Avenue, across from Maria-Joseph Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, the Center believes literacy is a basic human right and that every person they serve deserves to be treated with privacy and dignity.  Staff at the Center provides free one-on-one tutoring in reading and math, assistance to parents who have school-age children in need of help with homework and/or other life skills, book discussion groups, remedial instruction to help pass college entrance tests, and a host of other services.  Open Monday – Thursday, those interested in the Brunner Literacy Center’s services should schedule an appointment by calling (937) 567-9600.  

Click here for more information about the Brunner Literacy Center.

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