• Lucy S. Herring Community

  • Lucy S. Herring Parent Team

    The mission of the Lucy S. Herring Parent Team is to support and advocate for the success of our students through developing community partnerships, ensuring educational excellence, and promoting responsible lifestyles. 

    Lucy S. Herring Parent Team is a 501c3 non-profit. 

    Here is a summary of the basic information

    Our Officers for 2020-21
    Co-Chairs- Katie brush, Carrie Turner
    Treasurer- Adrienne Bernardi
     
     
    Here are some of the ways we support Lucy S. Herring...
    • Offer after school enrichment classes
    • Support the Lucy S. Herring Peace Garden Coordinator
    • Offer grants for staff
    • Host the Lucy S. Herring Craft Explosion, Boosterthon, Fall and Spring Plant Sales
    • Raise funds for various programs
    • Teacher appreciation week

    The Lucy S. Herring Parent Team is an active group of parents and faculty members working together to provide quality education for our children. Lucy S. Herring welcomes and encourages all parents to volunteer and to participate at Parent Team meetings. Lucy S. Herring feels that parents are the key to better schools. Here are a few examples of how you, as a parent, can be involved at home or at school to benefit your child:

    At Home
    • Each day, ask your child to tell you three things they learned at school.
    • Arrange a study time/place in your home for your child to use on a daily basis.
    • Expect your child to complete homework assignments on time.
    • Help your child when necessary by making sure that the  requirements are understood and by helping to gather necessary resource materials. 
    • Use family time to discuss careers. It is never too early for children to begin thinking about careers and the education requirements.
    • Let your child know that you value education.
    • Let your child see you read books, magazines, and newspapers. Children need role models more than critics. You  are your child’s best role model.

     At School
    • Attend school activities (especially those involving your child).
    • Volunteer at your child’s school.
    • Become an active member of the Parent Team.
    • Assist with school extra-curricular activities.
    • Convey to your child the importance of doing his or her best during state testing.