“I was very impressed with the PIQE organization because I believe it empowers parents to influence their student's education,” Harmony Principal Jeff Brown said. “Whether it is knowing the importance of, or understanding how to communicate with the high school and/or influence their student’s preparation for college and career; PIQE provided HMA the opportunity to be accountable to our parent's needs. This program will also be available for parents at HMA in 2016-17 and 2017-18 school years.”
PIQE creates partnerships between parents, students and educators to further students’ academic success. As a result of our work in parent engagement, more than 1.5 million under-served student's educations have been enhanced since our inception in 1987. Find out more about the PIQE program at www.piqe.org.