Parents and Students
Looking for a way to be involved with your child's school?
The Finley School District promotes the involvement of parents and other family members in the educational programs of our children. The district seeks to establish partnerships with parents and community members to encourage literacy, service, participation, and communication. Information related to school and parent programs, meetings, and activities is available in alternative formats, upon request. Please refer to District Policies #4130 and #2108 (as required by Title I Part A).
School Board Meetings are the 3rd Monday of each month unless otherwise noted. Meetings are held at the District Office and start at 7 PM. Parents, community members and students are invited to attend meetings. Meeting agendas are printed in the Tri-City Herald the Sunday before the meeting date and posted on the District’s website. A sign-in sheet for attendance and audience participation is located at the back of the meeting room. Please sign in if you wish to address the Board.
The RVHS Booster Club meets the first Wednesday of each month in the RVHS Library at 7:00 p.m. Come join in supporting our schools.
The Parent Teacher Groups at the Elementary and Middle Schools meet monthly. Please contact the schools for more information.
The District encourages parents and community members to volunteer at the schools. Volunteer must complete a Request to Volunteer Form and be approved to volunteer.
Box Tops for Education
Join us in raising money for our kids’ education. Collect box tops! In return, your child may win a free medium pizza delivered to him/her at their lunch hour! Children will be notified where to bring the box tops to win!
Title I Regional Conference
Friday, February 23, 2018
8:30 AM – 3:00 PM at the Red Lion Hotel in Pasco
“PARENTS…THE MOST IMPORTANT TEACHERS”
Designed for Parents of K-12 Students
- Gain ideas on how to support your children to be successful in school.
- Learn more about the barriers to academic success.
- Learn about how to increase positive communication with your teenager.
- Learn about local opportunities after high school (technical training, community college, university)
- Learn how to deal with family concerns on drugs, internet safety, violence prevention, and bullying.
- Learn who in your school and community can provide you help when you most need it.
- Learn what parents can do now to prepare for immigration reform.
Sessions will be available in Spanish or English. Interpretation may be available in some selected sessions. The conference is free to parents and is sponsored by Educational Service District 123 and local participating school districts. The registration fee is paid by your local school district.
Register by February 2nd by completing the Registration Form (download the PDF) and return the form to your child's school.