Parent Life

Because the family unit is the most important human institution ordained by God, it is of utmost importance to Heritage School. We will continually seek constructive ways to include the parents, grandparents, and siblings of our students in the activities of the school.

Ways to be involved at Heritage:

  • Visit the classroom. **Call the school secretary or the classroom teacher for an appointment.

  • Assist in the classroom. **Arrangements should be made with the teacher concerned.

  • Act as a chaperone on field trips, library visits, and special events.

  • Serve as a story-reader, musician, guest artist; share a special talent.

  • With teacher approval, present your vocation to the class or invite the class to your place of business.

  • Volunteer to speak at chapel.

  • Share experiences, trips, and vacations as they relate to an area of study in a class.

  • Volunteer to help with the many tasks related to the annual fundraising events.

  • Help host class parties, at home or in the classroom.

  • Closely monitor your child's progress by reading all teachers' notes and student papers sent home. These forms of communication and teamwork between teacher, parent, and student will be vital to the child‘s progress and success.

Parent Volunteerism

Heritage School parent help is always welcome—and needed! From prayer support to driving on field trips, reading to children, organizing events, helping with repairs, and landscaping projects at the school, our parents enjoy fellowship as they work side-by-side. Call the school office or watch the weekly Heritage Herald for areas in which you can serve.

Visiting the School

Whenever visiting classrooms or volunteering during regular school hours, all parents and visitors must first check-in at the main office.

Popular Parent Links

FACTS Payment Login

Parent's RenWeb Login

Frequently Used Forms

Planned Absence Form