Family engagement is the process used to build genuine relationships with families. Relationships with families support overall family well-being and children's healthy development. Family engagement is based on the idea that parents and others who care for their children work together to prepare children for success. Partnerships of families and school staff provide children with the adult supports they need to grow and face the challenges of learning and life.
The goal of family-school partnerships have shifted over time, moving away from a focus on families supplementing school supports, compliance with federal or state requirements, and infrequent events, meetings, and communication. Family-school partnerships are now recognized as critical to student achievement and well-being, contributing to educator work satisfaction and school climate (Gorski, 2013).
The Maple Heghs City School District understands that families are critical stakeholders in supporting and advancing their children’s learning and development. Parents are a child’s first teacher and upon enrollment a partnership is formed that shares the responsibility of the child’s education and development. Parents are welcomed and encouraged to be actively engaged in the success of the schools. Our focus is to ensure that there are meaningful opportunities to connect with our families, share essential resources and strengthen these essential partnerships.
When a school actively engages its families, the benefits far outweigh the effort.
Family Community Engagement Coordinator
Maple Heights Board of Education
5740 Lawn Ave.
Maple Heights, Ohio 44137
Phone: 216-587-6100 ext. 3704
“We do better when We Work Together.”
2022 – 2023 Parent Group is Building something NEW in 2023 come and be a part share your thoughts, idea, and/or concerns.
Click the link if you have any questions or suggestions for the Maple Heights Parent Group. When you add your information, your email address it will be added to the Parent Communication Group.
Family Engagment has partnered with Unite Us. Unite Us is a network of health, social, and mental resources. If you, your family or a Maple Heights community member is in need of additional services or resources click the link.
NEORSD – Northeast Ohio Sewer District – State and Federal dollars are available for utility assisance. Call to learn more and see if you qualify (216) 881-8247 NEORSD Customer Service or (888) 901-1222 (CHN Housing Partners)
ASPIRE Greater Cleveland – Free GED/HSE Classes Call 833.ASPIRE2 for more Information! In-Person Orientations and Virtual Orientations
Cuyahoga County Library – Homework Centers open Monday through Thursday from September to May. Up to 25 students can be accomodated in each session. Visit cuyahogalibrary.org for more information.
Khan Academy provides personalized learning for students. Students practice at their own pace, first filling in gaps in their understanding and then accelerating their learning. It provides students with tutorial lessons and videos. The best part it’s free. Parents you do not have to struggle any longer trying to understand the new math concepts. Go to the website and create an account for your learner. This is even a great tool as students are transitioning in the summer to a different grade level.
DISTRICT PARENT MEETINGS (6PM for all meetings):
COMMUNITY RESOURCE ROOM IS OPEN!!!!!
Register for access to the Maple City Schools Parent Resource Room. We are stocked with those items that you may need in the in-between moments. Running low on toilet paper, stop by. In need of dish detergent stop by. Resource Room is open for walk-ins every Tuesday and Thursday 9am to 3pm. Extended hours are every 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month until 6pm, last walk-in is 5:45pm.