The Power of Parental Involvement

The Power of Parental Involvement


"As you sow, so will you reap". كما تزرع تحصد  (Man Zada Wajada wa Man Zaraa Hasada), "من جد وجد ومن زرع حصد". This famous saying is very well known in the Middle East side of the world, we take high pride in our educational achievements even in Australia.  A tree is known by its fruit, Parent Involvement is The Key to Improved Student Achievement, and most people will agree that being a successful student is a critical skill in today's developed world. Successful students take advantage of extra credit opportunities when offered. They demonstrate that they care about their grades and are willing to work to improve them. They often do the optional (and frequently challenging), most of us (Parents) know what a good student is - and is not. For one thing, a good student is not necessarily the most intelligent individual in the class.Most of the time people think a student is successful when they get good academic grades. But when you look a little closer, those who achieve good grades have long been identified as having a clear and positive relationship with Parental involvement.


For parent engagement to be most effective, it must penetrate into the home. Successful parent involvement can be defined as the active,ongoing participation of the education of his or her child. Parents' involvement begins at home. The first simple word a parent speaks to an infant opens the world of language to the child and sets the child on the path of exploration,success and discovery.


Parents are the most important partner in a child's education. Although success will not come easy, it take a lot of hard work, dedications and a lot of money spent on the extra private tutoring and long commitment, in this case it all paid off for Ajaj 's Family and received this privilege from the school of Mstr. Ayman Ajaj (14 Years Old) and His proud father Mr Khaldoun Ajaj, that With pleasure he has been informed that he have been choosing  out of ten thousand other students to be among a very small elite group of student to represent the school  in the qualification of the project Digital Art Website to the final phase of the info-Matrix Project Competition, Which is was held in the capital City of Romania, Bucharest, on May 16th -20th, 2013.


Info-Matrix is an international computer project competition, born from a desire to bring the world's best IT student together. The competition is not only about promoting professional excellence, but it also severs to promote intercultural dialogue and cooperation, through the involvement of students and teachers from many different countries.


Mstr. Ayman Ajaj was considered to be among the finalists, and the competition took place in Romania, along with Mr Omer Faruk the supervisor of the project Digital Art website and the team members, from AMITY COLLEGE  on May 16th – 20th, 2013. He (Ayman Ajaj) also received from school a gift one week holiday in Istanbul- Turkey


Congratulation to Mr Khaldoun Ajaj's Family on their Success, and we would like to wish Ayman Ajaj the best of luck for his future.


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