•  Join Worthing High School’s 
     Parent Advisory Council (PAC)

     Parent involvement in a child's education is crucial. When parents get involved in their children's education, children are more likely to do better in school, be better behaved, have more positive attitudes toward school; their social skills and behavior improve, increases the likelihood that they will take more challenging classes and pass them, and they grow up to be more successful in life.

    Why Should You Participate In PAC Parent Advisory Council?

    • to find out what’s going on at Worthing High School
    • to share your great ideas & provide input on how Title I funds are spent
    • to meet other parents and members of the Worthing community
    • to show our students/children that we’re vested in them, because we’re all in this together

    to find out more reach out to our parent liaison Ms. Sedricka Jackson at sedrickanjackson@gmail.com or Title I Coordinator, Kenya Pinkard at kpinkard@houstonisd.org 


    When And Where Are PAC Meetings?

    Meetings are held at Worthing High School, 9215 Scott St, Houston, TX 77051

    (Meeting schedule coming soon)

    The meetings give you a good chance to talk with other parents and to work together to improve the school, as well as the chance to voice your hopes and concerns for your child and for the school.

    Participating in PAC allows you to help organize parent-teacher meetings around your interests and those of other parents. If you are unable to attend these meetings, ask that the minutes of the meetings be sent to you.


    Volunteering Can Be A Challenge

    If work or other commitments make it impossible for you to volunteer in the school, look for ways to help at home. For example, you can make phone calls to other parents to tell them about school-related activities or maybe help translate a school newsletter from English into another language.

    Even if you can't volunteer to do work at the school building, you can help your child learn when you're at home. The key question is, "What can I do at home, easily and in a few minutes a day, to reinforce and extend what the school is doing?" This is the involvement that every family can and must provide to help support their children's school success.


    Thank you in advance for your commitment!