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Parents Pack the Schools for National Parental Involvement Day

Campuses across the District held events and activities to recognize National Parental Involvement Day on November 21. This day provides an opportunity for schools and families to honor and highlight the powerful contributions parents and caregivers provide at school and home to support student success. 

Many elementaries hosted their annual Thanksgiving luncheon for parents to enjoy a meal with their student. Both Curtis and Guess hosted fun activities during PE classes like a parachute exercise and drum fit. 

Bingman has celebrated all month long with a fall festival, McDonald’s McGobble Night and parenting classes. “Our staff made cards and handed them out during student pick-up, thanking parents for being involved with their student's education,” said Bingman Principal Sue Little. “For our campus, if parents didn't bring their students to school or put them on the bus, we wouldn't have a program.” 

Fehl-Price parents visited their scholars’ classroom along with business partners who set up booths in the hallways with information. Other events included Literacy Night at Vincent and snacks and goodies at West Brook. Parents were invited to serve a guest readers at Dishman and Martin.

While we celebrate National Parental Involvement Day, Beaumont ISD educators know it should not be confined to just one day, but emphasized all year long. Thank you parents!