Parental Involvement

Teamwork is Important to Us


Successful teamwork between parents and educators is important to us because it reflects on the child's development.


That's why we have a culture of teamwork at American Pre-Schools. There is constant interaction between parents and educators as we plan excursions, common activities, and parties.

Our Current Parent/Teacher Projects:

  • "Reading Hour" Workgroup. 

The parents of children of all ages read a story to the classroom.


  • Organization of our Mother's Day Tea Party.

Once a year, American Pre-Schools hosts a tea party.  The day's activities are planned by our educators and members of the parent workgroup.


  • Room Parent

Each month we ask 4 parents to become honorary room parents to spend an hour each week inside the classroom to assist in art projects, music class, etc.  The parents act as a teacher's aide and get to interact with their child and classmates. 


  • Preschool-Level Academic Work

Once a year American Pre-Schools performs a graduation ceremony for all the graduating children who are going off to kindergarten.  The show includes songs and skits as well as a little "Pomp and Circumstance" march to get their diploma.