• Welcome Parents!

    Our Mission:
    Assist parents in becoming confident, active leaders to support our children in reaching their highest potential.

    What We’re Doing:
    Engaging Edison & PTECH parents in meaningful learning opportunities, thereby equipping them with knowledge and tools, empowering them as leaders in their children’s education.

    What We Offer:
    • Workshops
    • Parent Leadership Academy
    • Conferences/Summits
    • School-to-Home Communications
    • Parent Group Support
    • Learning experiences that empower parents in helping their children succeed
    Why Get Involve:
    • Research shows that parent involvement can improve students' behavior, attendance, and achievement.
    • Regardless of socioeconomic status, education, or racial backgrounds, parents and caregivers are crucial when it comes to establishing a child’s attitude towards learning.
    • Students with positive attitudes towards learning see it as a natural and engaging process, creating a lifelong curiosity for knowledge, and a proactive approach.
    • Students with positive attitudes have less stress and more creative problem-solving skills, and also contribute to an overall positive atmosphere in the broader school community.
    • With your support, our children can excel in earning higher grades and test scores, and also in demonstrating healthy social skills.
    Ways to Get Involved:

    Parent Compact
    Edison Tech & PTech Parent Compact

    Parent Teacher Conference
    • Have face to face meeting with your child’s teacher
    • Discuss your child’s academic progress and social behavior
    Open House/Orientation
    • Review your child's schedule
    • Meet your child’s teachers
    • Learn about school/class expectations and curriculum
    Parent Group
    • Get firsthand information about resources and opportunities for your child
    • Network with other parents who desire to enrich their children's educational experience
    Powerschool Parent Portal
    Workshops/Parent Leadership Academy
    • Get strategies on how to advocate for your child
    • Prepare for leadership roles in school and in the community
    • Graduate with a certificate of completion
    • Attend student academic/recognition events
    • Solicit community/businesses for donations to support your child’s grade level projects and events