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Nevada Educational Involvement Accord



I understand that as my child’s first teacher my participation in my child’s education will help his/her achievement. Therefore, to the best of my ability, I will continue to be involved in his/her education by:

  • Reading to my child or encouraging my child to read
  • Being responsible for my child’s on-time attendance
  • Reviewing and checking my child’s homework
  • Monitoring the activities of my child, such as the amount of time spent watching television, using a computer, playing video games, etc.
  • Contributing at least 5 hours of time each school year in the areas such as:
  • Attending school-related functions
  • Volunteering at the school
  • Chaperoning school-sponsored events/activities
  • Communicating with my child’s teacher (s) regarding his/her progress as needed


I realize that my education is important. Therefore, I agree to carry out the following responsibilities to the best of my ability by:

  • Arriving at school each day on time and prepared
  • Showing effort, respect, cooperation, and fairness to all
  • Using all school equipment and property appropriately and safely
  • Completing and submitting homework in a timely manner
  • Reading each day before or after school


We understand the importance of providing a supportive, effective learning environment that enables the children at our school to meet the State’s academic achievement standards through our role as educators and models. Therefore, staff members agree to carry out the following responsibilities to the best of our ability by:

  • Ensuring that each student is provided high-quality curriculum and instruction, supervision, and positive interaction
  • Maximizing the educational and social experience of each student
  • Carrying out the professional responsibility of educators to seek the best interest of each student
  • Providing frequent reports to parents on their children’s progress, and providing reasonable access of staff to the parents and legal guardians of students to discuss their concern