Parents are always welcomed to participate, but everything is done with clear rules and regulations to ensure the safety of all kids, and to improve interactions.
"It takes a village to raise a child." At Olivet I feel that I am supported as a parent. Olivet has helped me in many ways to raise my children to be positive role models in society. The teachers always listen to any academic problems my children have and we work together to come up with the right solution for each child. We look at them individually and not limit their success. At Olivet I don't feel that they are generalized. They are seen as individuals and are not put in a box and their abilities are not limited. Parents have opportunity to volunteer in many different outings and be a part of the school. One of the great thing also Olivet pays for your police back ground check. Their is no limit to a parents voice and opinion to get involved in the school activities. We organize bake sales, picnics, Santa Claus parade and more. We are a small, friendly and welcoming community. If a parent is busy with work and home life, you can count on a teacher or parent to help you out with your child/children.
All parent knew each other and offered a hand when another was in need. Parents are always involved in all the school activities and always contribute to the success of the school. It is said that it takes a village to raise a child. The parental community is the village that collectively raises the children to ensure their growth and success. From hotdog lunches, where parents join in, to bake sales and concerts there are so many opportunities for parents to get involved.