Parent Requirements

Parent Training

Parents of students enrolled at TVC are required to participate in a minimum of two (2) Parent Training Sessions per school year, with one session during the Fall Semester and one session during the Spring Semester.

IEP and Quarterly Meetings

Parents of students enrolled at TVC are required to participate in a minimum of two (2) IEP meetings per school year (September and February) and two (2) Progress Report meetings (November and April) for a total of 4 meetings per school year.  In addition, parents are strongly encouraged to attend the Monthly Group Parent Meeting to be held every 2nd Wednesday of the month at 8:30 am.

Give and Get

Parents of students enrolled at TVC are required to complete an annual Give or Get requirement on or before March 31st. This is a fundraising commitment whereby each family is responsible for contributing to TVC. We give many opportunities throughout the year to help the parents raise this money. These opportunities include:

  • General Donations or Donations in memory/honor of
  • Underwriting field trips and events
  • Sponsorship of the Annual Gala
  • Annual Event Journal Advertisements

Additional ways in which to fulfill this requirement may include volunteering hours at a school fundraiser, making a donation to the school, or assisting the gala Committee with our Annual Gala. For more information, please contact our office.

Parent Responsibilities

In order to support a positive relationship with TVC, parents have the responsibility;

  • To treat school personnel with courtesy and as a partner in their children’s education;
  • To support school and classroom rules;
  • To participate in decisions related to the education of their children by attending all required meetings and trainings.
  • To adhere to school rules and procedures;
  • To teach their children to take care of school materials and facilities.

In order to support high academic achievement and progress for their children, parents have the responsibility:

  • To ensure that their children attend school everyday;
  • To send students to school on time;
  • To read, acknowledge, and understand the daily home notes;
  • To support work that goes on in the classroom.
  • To ensure that homework is completed and turned in on time;
  • To work with children at home in learning activities and ABA interventions utilized at school;
  • To read all communications from the school;
  • To supply accurate, updated information (including current address and when available, current telephone numbers) to the school promptly.
  • To monitor children’s progress and communicate with the school;
  • To become informed about the school’s policies and programs; and
  • To confer with their child’s teacher and Directors of the Education Department.

Parent Rights

In order to support a positive relationship with TVC, parents have the right;

  • To have a school environment for their children that is safe and supportive of learning;
  • To be treated with courtesy by all members of the school staff and as full partners in their children’s education;
  • To work in a mutually supportive and respectful partnership with the school;
  • To expect school outreach to ensure participation of all families;
  • To have opportunities for families to participate in the instructional process.

 In order to support high academic achievement and progress for their children, parents have the right:

  • To examine the curriculum materials of the classes in which their children are enrolled;
  • To expect qualified teachers who are good role models;
  • To expect materials and supplies that reinforce good learning;
  • To expect an instructional program that recognizes individual learning styles;
  • To receive assistance from school personnel to further the progress and improvement of their children;

In order to be knowledgeable about their children’s educational experience, parents have the right:

  • To receive information concerning the academic performance standards, proficiencies or skills their children are expected to accomplish;
  • To be informed in advance about school rules, school calendars, activities, attendance policies, dress codes, and procedures for the school;
  • To visit their children’s classrooms to observe activities;
  • To have access to all written records concerning their children— attendance, test scores, grades, and reports of behavioral difficulties;
  • To receive prompt responses to inquiries;
  • To be informed of their children’s progress in school and of the appropriate school personnel that they should contact if problems arise;
  • To be informed of processes to address parental concerns or available grievance procedures;
  • To confer with their child’s teacher and Directors of Education.

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The Victory Center is a nonprofit, nonsectarian center that provides education and services for children and families affected by autism and developmental or behavioral challenges.

Each day in the United States, millions of children go off to school, all with different strengths and weaknesses, abilities and needs. Over five million of these children have been identified as having a specific disability such as Autism, or a learning disability that necessitates some type of special instruction.