PARENT RESOURCES


Checklist for Parents
The national PTA has shared a checklist for parents that includes questions and resources that parents and caregivers can use to help ensure their children are getting the education they deserve. The checklist suggests key questions, tips for educational success and resources for more information. Click here for the blog post, and click here for the checklist.


Family Handbook
Do you have questions about school policies and processes? Principal Cohen has published the LES Family Handbook, to help parents and students become familiar with the policies, practices and processes at Leesville. Updates are continually being made, so check back if you have questions throughout the year!



Principal's Blog
Principal Cohen also publishes a regular blog. Click here to access his blog on the school web site.


Wake County PTA

For the Wake County PTA web site, click here.



NC PTA
For the North Carolina PTA web site, click here.



National PTA

For the National PTA web site, click here.



WCPSS Parent Academy
To promote continued cooperation between families and schools, Wake County Public School System is offering Parent Academy - a series of classes, workshops and events aimed at helping families learn to engage with the school system and positively contribute to their child's academic and social success. All events are FREE and open to the public.  For complete details on Parent Academy, click here.



Quick links


Join the LES PTA


Benefits of Becoming a PTA Member


Volunteer Opportunities


Staff Member of the Month


School web site


Forms






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upcoming events

 


~ This section will be updated once the 2017-2018 event dates are determined. Have a great summer!











Click here for a full calendar of PTA events for the 2016-2017 school year.



~ Board Members ~

To see the listing of board members & committee chairs for the 2016-2017 school year,

click here.


Interested in learning more about the PTA Board of Directors?
To see a list of board positions and responsibilities, and to learn more about what the board does, click here.