10. It’s a great way to meet other families with children the same age as your own.
9. You’ll become a greater part of your children’s learning experiences.
8. You can help raise money for a great cause—-your children’s education.
7. You’ll get to know the teachers at the school and to understand their needs and ideas.
6. It’s one more way to meet and talk with school administrators like the principal.
5. You can create, plan and execute fun events for the whole family.
4. It’s an hour or so off each month from your hectic household routine.
2. You’ll experience feelings of self-worth through volunteering your time and seeing your efforts pay off in the smiles of your children and their friends.
1. Research shows children whose parents are involved get better grades, do better on tests, and have fewer discipline problems at school.
A semester. A week. A day. An hour. Any time is appreciated.