Why does it seem like there is a very limited help for Spanish speaking families?
We strive to constantly improve our communications with families, and this includes our Spanish-speaking families. We do provide interpreters for parent meetings with teachers and principals if you request one through your school. Many schools also have at least one bilingual staff member. We also have interpreters at Board Meetings, many committee meetings, and public forums. Additionally, if we send out emergency communication to our families, we always send in both English and Spanish, and we translate the majority of our documents that are provided to families.