• Parents play an important role in the success of their child in school and life!

    Research indicates that students tend to earn higher grades and behave better in school and at home when parents become involved in their student's educational experience.  Parental engagement in children's learning in the home makes the greatest difference to student achievement. Most schools involve parents in school-based activities in a variety of ways such as events and programs. But the evidence shows that this has little, if any, impact on subsequent learning and achievement of young people. 
    At Mound STEM School we offer a variety of volunteer activities for parents. We see this as a valuable way to engage parents into the fabric of the building. If you are interested in volunteering at Mound STEM School please check with your classroom teacher or Site Coordinator to learn about any available opportunities. 
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    The Office of Family and Community Engagement (FACE) is responsible for the development of programs and strategies to support the meaningful district-wide engagement of families and community stakeholders in The Cleveland Plan. At the core of our work is expanding the capacity of schools to partner with families and community-based organizations in support of student achievement and school improvement.


    Core Values

    The Office of Family and Community Engagement (FACE) is committed to authentic engagement of families/parents and community partners that reflects the following core values:

    • All families have hopes and dreams for their children and want the best for them.
    • All families have the capacity to support their children’s learning.
    • Families and school staff should be equal partners in the education of children.
    • The primary responsibility for building partnerships between home and school rests mainly with school leaders and staff.
    • Our community partners and stakeholders are valuable contributors to the education of our students in preparing them to compete in the 21st Century Global Economy and are critical to the success of The Cleveland Plan and the continued vitality of the region.



    Every school will welcome every family and student (regardless of race, ethnicity, religious or sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, linguistic differences, or family structure).  They will work to actively engage families, community agencies and volunteers as partners in student learning and school improvement.