Parent Information

PDF DocumentEmergency Procedures

Parents, please take a few moments to click on the link above to review the emergency procedures for our school district.

PDF Document3rd Grade Reading Parent Letter

PDF Document3rd Grade Reading Law Presentation

The implementation of Michigan’s 3rd grade reading law will begin in the 2017-18 school year for grades K-3. The purpose of this law is to ensure that all students are reading at or near grade level by the end of 3rd grade. This law specifies required actions for students who are one year or more below grade level in reading. The following link provides full detail of the House Bill No. 4822

PDF DocumentAllen Park Schools' Phone/Address Directory

The above document lists district and school addresses and phone numbers, along with a listing of staff.

PDF DocumentCode of Conduct

The above document is the school board approved Code of Conduct for the 2015-2016 school year.

External LinkParentConnection

You must have a PIN and Password to log into ParentConnection. ParentConnection is a web program that allows parents to view information about their child.
To receive a PIN and passwords for ParentConnection contact your child's school.
If you have more than one account to view your children, please contact the school office.
Make sure to insert your email after logging into ParentConnection.  Inserting your email will allow you to access the automated password reminder system.

PDF DocumentParent - Teacher Conferences

This link provides the dates and times of parent-teacher conferences that will be held during the school year.  If you have questions about your child's education contact the teacher immediately with no need to wait for parent-teacher conferences.

External LinkMichigan Child Protection Registry

State of Michigan offers a free program to stop adult advertisements from reaching e-mails, mobile phones (text messaging ads) and instant messenger IDs. The Michigan Child Protection Registry, like the federal Do Not Call List, is a free do-not-contact service for Michigan’s families and schools and can be located at


A new safety initiative, OK2SAY, is operated through a partnership of the Department of Attorney General, Michigan State Police, state agencies, state associations, schools, parents, law enforcement and community leaders, and is aimed at discouraging the persistent culture of silence among students who fear that reporting threatening behavior is intrusive and will lead to retaliation or result in a stigmatization of a “snitch.” OK2SAY enables students to confidentially report potential harm or criminal activities aimed at students, teachers, staff or other school employees.