TRECA is aware that parents are the key to student success and have involved research-based practices in our process to ensure parents have the tools to support successful students. We provide teachers and staff with intensive training in the areas of strength-based family support, provided by Dr. Steve Gavazzi from The Ohio State University, and understanding poverty, provided by Aha Processes (Ruby Payne). Our parents are surveyed regarding likes, dislikes, and needs several times a year. Our team compiles information, which impacts our planning and drives our choices for parent engagement activities. The following TRECA parent information is provided to help our parents better support their child’s educational success.
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TRECA Digital Academy and the parents of its students agree that the document below outlines how the parents, the entire school staff, and the students will share the responsibility for improved student academic achievement and the means by which the school and parents will build and develop a partnership that will help children achieve the State of Ohio’s high standards.
The Board values the involvement of each parent in support of their child’s education. Furthermore, the board of trustees acknowledges its responsibility to provide open communications with parents regarding not only their child’s achievement and academic and social needs, but opportunities for parents to participate in other aspects of the operation of the school.
Parents are considered full partners in their child’s education and will be included in the decision-making process as it relates to their child and the school as a whole. The board of trustees will support the development of parental involvement programs that increase the capacity and opportunities for parents to be meaningfully involved in the teaching and learning enterprise.
This policy is supplemented by other Board adopted documents such as the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act and the parent handbook.
Parents and/or guardians have the right to know about the teaching qualifications of their child’s classroom teacher in a school receiving Title I funds. The federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act requires that any local school district receiving Title I funds must notify parents that they may ask about the professional qualifications of their child’s classroom teacher. Please use the following form to request information about your child's teacher.
As required by O.R.C. 3313.666(B)(11) TRECA Digital Academy indicates that no incidents of bullying have been reported during the first half of the 17-18 school year.