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Parent Engagement


Success in school starts at home. Sunnyside USD recognizes the importance of effective partnerships between the school and families and strives to welcome, inform and engage parents with the understanding that parental engagement is critical to students’ academic achievement.
Research continues to support that parental expectations have the greatest impact on student achievement. Therefore regardless of family income or background, students with involved parents are more likely to:

  • Earn higher grades and test scores, and enroll in higher-level programs
  • Be promoted, pass their classes, and earn credits
  • Attend school regularly
  • Have better social skills, show improved behavior, and adapt well to school
  • Graduate and go on to postsecondary education



Parent Communication  Sunnyside USD is committed to enhancing and maintaining effective communication with families via phone, email and text message. In order to ensure successful communication, we must have accurate contact information on file for your child. This will ensure you receive emergency notifications and other important messages from the District, your child's school and teacher(s). Contact the front office at your child's school to report any changes. Please click here for a list of schools.

 

 



PowerSchool Parent Portal  Parents and Legal Guardians may request a PowerSchool Parent Portal account to access their child’s attendance, homework and grades online 24/7. Contact your school's PIA for more information.


Family Support Services The Los Ranchitos Resource Center (2054 E Ginter Rd, Tucson, AZ 85706) is home to several district programs such as Native American Education, 21st Century Learning Programs, Special Education, McKinney Vento and community services (food pantry and clothing bank). In addition, community partners offer various services throughout the month including: a mobile clinic, SNAP (food stamps) or AHCCCS application assistance.

 


Parent Education

 



College Academy for Parents (CAP) College Academy for Parents is a unique program exclusively available for FREE to SUSD families. It is offered during the spring in partnership with the University of Arizona’s Office of Early Academic Outreach. CAP provides a series of workshops for parents of elementary students on study skills, college preparation and financial aid. Parents attend weekly workshops led by university staff and professors while students attend College Camp, led by UA students. Workshops are offered in English and Spanish with childcare available for children ages 2-4. For more information please visit http://eao.arizona.edu/cap .
 

Click here for 2019 CAP Application

 




Parents as Teachers (PAT) Parents as Teachers is an award-winning program for expectant parents and parents with children birth to 5 years of age. PAT’s goals: Increase parent knowledge of early childhood development and parenting practices. Provide early detection of development delays and health issues. Increase children’s school readiness and school success. For more information, please visit http://www.tucsonpat.org/ .

 

English and GED classes for parents The Valencia Public Library is an excellent community resource that offers FREE adult educational programs including English classes and GED tutoring. For more information on specific classes currently being offered, please visit the events calendar on the Valencia library website.