Parents aid in the classroom approximately once per month. This is a wonderful opportunity to be directly involved in your child’s education. As the aide, the parent assists the teacher with classroom activities, brings snack for the students, and lightly cleans the classrooms after class. At least one member of a family must aide, and all aides participate in Sexual Abuse Awareness Training prior to aiding in the classroom.
Aiding Tasks and Expectations
A parent board that is elected from the membership of the cooperative manages the operation of Steele. Each family serves on the board or one of seven committees: building and grounds, enrollment, programs, outreach, cleaning, parent involvement, and fundraising. As committee members, parents are expected to attend committee meetings and help the committee meet its goals and objectives. Through their participation in the school and on committees, the parents are inherently responsible for the school’s direction.
Parent Board and Committee Roles and Responsibilities
For more information regarding the roles and responsibilities for each board position download our board roles and responsibilities document.
Every family has a role in the smooth operation of the school by participating in a committee. To learn more about the various roles and responsibilites of each committee download our committee roles and responsibilities document.