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Anacapa Middle School

Parent Involvement Policy and Opportunities

Anacapa Middle School recognizes that parents/guardians are their children's first and most influential teachers and that sustained parent involvement in the education of their children contributes greatly to student achievement and a positive school environment. At Anacapa Middle school the staff and parents/guardians work together to develop meaningful opportunities at all grade levels for parents/guardians to be involved in district and school activities; advisory, decision-making, and advocacy roles; and activities to support learning at home.

Below is a list of opportunities for the 2021-22 school year, but not limited to:

PTSA (Parent Teacher Student Association)

All teachers are encouraged to join the Anacapa PTSA. They usually have one big fundraiser at the beginning of the year, and other smaller fundraisers throughout the year. They have monthly meetings where teachers are encouraged to participate and/or attend.

 

SSC (School Site Council)

This group is made up of elected members of the school community, including parents, teachers, and classified employees. Members usually serve a two year term. This is a decision-making group, approving budgets attached to the Single School Plan for Student Achievement.

 

ELAC - English Learner Advisory Committee

ELAC meets 6 times a year to learn about programs their children participate in and to give advice to the School Site Council on how to improve achievement in ELLs. Anyone is welcome to attend meetings. We provide childcare to families that attend.

 

PIQE (Parent Institute for Quality Education)

9-week program offered at no cost to parents to help them support their students so that they may attend college. Classes are offered in English and in Spanish. Childcare provided.

 

PAC (Parent Advisory Council)

A parent represents our school on the council that advises the Superintendent and meets monthly.

 

LCAP Rep (Local Control and Accountability Plan)

A parent representative from each school shares input regarding spending plans for our LEA’s LCAP.

 

If you are interested in participating or have an idea for volunteer opportunities, please contact our front office to learn more about current opportunities. Please reach out by calling or the front office. (805)289-7900.