Our parents are our partners.
We could not do what we do as a school without the support and partnership of our wonderful parents!
Check out our resources for parents: academics, college, forms, Everest Parent Organization, Volunteer Opportunities, and our lunch program.
Below, please find the different aspects of the "Role of the Parent" here at Everest.
Priority Level 1: Ensure my student is at school and ready to learn
Our students need to be present and physically, emotionally, and mentally healthy enough to successfully engage in school. Parents are key partners in ensuring students’ presence and health.
We believe our parents are our partners in helping our students achieve their educational goals. We want to have a two-way dialogue with parents about how to best support their child. We will provide opportunities for and expect parents to engage in learning about the student experience and gaining the knowledge and skills necessary to support student learning.
Our students spend only 15% to 20% of their waking hours with the school, and the remaining time is with YOU, the parents, after school, on weekends, and on holiday. When parents are able to provide a safe and supportive home for their students and reinforce the expectations and habits students need to be successful, students are better able to achieve their educational goals.
Priority Level 4: Contribute to the School Community
One of the benefits of being a part of a small school is having a close and involved parent community. You are a key member of our community and we depend on your participation in supporting the school and strengthening the entire community.