Paschal High School Uses Bilingual Newsletter and Meetings to Improve Inclusive Family Connections
Fort Worth ISD’s R.L. Paschal High School Paschal is improving its inclusive outreach to all Paschal community families by changing their digital newsletter to a bilingual edition. And, starting Tuesday, October 22 the school will host periodic parent meetings in Spanish.
Paschal High School Principal Troy Langston has always placed great emphasis on parent involvement and is an advocate for innovations that encourage families to become actively engaged in their student education.
“Parents can engage in many ways such as reading or talking about books at home with their children, helping with homework, discussing school events, attending functions at the school, setting expectations and goals, volunteering, or simply encouraging their children in their learning,” said Mr. Langston. “We want to help our parents connect with the education of their children in any way we can.
Parents are encourage to take advantage of these expanded opportunities to connect with the staff of the school, get to know other parents, ask questions, and to make our voices heard.
Tonight’s meeting starts at 6 p.m., at Paschal High School, 3001 Forest Park Blvd.