2. Mentor Parents
Support non-traditional families in a school district with a student body comprised of families from many cultures and nationalities, speaking many different languages, by matching parents or other responsible adults with a mentor who can communicate with them. The mentors can interpret for the parents, relieving their children from this duty. The mentors could greet the families when they arrive at the school, make sure they know about the school’s activities, and visit them at home when students are absent or the parents have not attended scheduled conferences to communicate the importance of education for their children.