Home Visit Partnerships – Building family engagement and authentic relationships.
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Home Visit Partnerships:Building Trusting Relationships Make A Difference
Michael’s fourth grade year was off to a rocky start, but then his math teacher, Mr. Mayfield, asked if he could do a home visit. No, not to discuss homework – it was so Michael’s parents and teacher could chat and get to know each other as people first. Home Visit Partnerships made a tremendous difference in Michael’s life, changing his overall attitude and improving his math skills. Read a statement from Liliana Valadez, Ed.D. about how the expansion of HVP in the Dallas Independent School District impacted more students like Michael.
Families live busy lives and don’t always have time to visit the school. Teachers like Ruth Ortiz tell parents, “if you can’t come to me, I can come to you.” Once teachers earn parents’ trust, that relationship creates more support for the student. Home visits are all about building community and bridging the gap between schools and home so that students get the help and attention they need to succeed. Read a joint statement from Early Learning at Dallas ISD about how Home Visit Partnerships support teachers to nurture relationships with families.
Graduate On Time
Through Home Visit Partnerships, teachers meet students’ families and learn about their lives outside of the classroom. When Oscar didn’t want to go back to high school after a summer spent working, Ms. Johnitta Williams heard him out but pushed him to continue his education. Now Oscar is pursuing college because he wants to have a vibrant career and future.
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