We believe parents are our partners in fulfilling our mission. Each year, our goal is to have all parents participate at least once in any of the following ways. Opportunities will be advertised in our Website.
Listed here are just some of the ways parents can participate at Summit Denali:
- Drive students to field trip or college study trips; drive student athletes to athletic practices and events;
- Attend a recruitment Open House/Info night with our Principal and help present to prospective families considering Pathways;
- Help coordinate school events such as Dances/Prom, Graduation, Athletics Awards, Field Days, special events and celebrations;
- Help with our staff and mentors with a variety of requests;
- Support administrative tasks like filing, data entry, and mass mailings;
- Help connect us with internship opportunities for our students;
- Coach or assist with an athletic team;
- Assist with school clubs;
- Work with our school faculty to connect your student with their future as a “Parent Partner”;
- Support our extracurricular programs through monetary donations,
- And more.
Pathways Student/Teacher/Parent Organization
Our parent organizations assist with community involvement and events. Our parent organizations (STP) are in need of capable, organized, community focused individuals. Is that you?
If you are interested, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to connect you.
CAFECITO (Starting Spring of 2023)
This is a regular monthly, social gathering and an opportunity for our Spanish-speaking families to meet, obtain information about Pathways Middle College, and become involved. If you are a Spanish speaking family and interested in joining us, please contact email@example.com and we will be happy to connect you.
We encourage families to keep abreast of school events, community news and happenings by engaging with us on social media. Please like and follow our school accounts:
Important updates about our school will be included in our regularly scheduled newsletters. This newsletter will come to your cell phone via text. If you are not receiving the newsletters, please ensure that they are not being blocked on your cellphone, then contact your school’s Principal.