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Communications

Family Communication

Our Vision for Family Communication
As an EL Education school, we use the EL Education Core Practices to guide our work.   At Launch, families are key partners in the education of their children. Staff members make families welcome, value their contributions and backgrounds, and engage them actively in the life of the school.  

  • Leaders and teachers explicitly recognize that families care about their children’s education, bring strengths, and add value to the community.  
  • Leaders and teachers communicate with families regularly and respectfully and provide multiple ways to contribute to the academic and social life of the school. 
  • Leaders and teachers encourage families to be strong partners in their children’s learning. 

(EL Education Core Practice #24)

Clear and detailed communication is always a priority at Launch. Through both formal and informal structures we ask for our families their voice in decision making.  Launch families feel comfortable speaking up and offering their input because they know that we value it and use it to guide our programs. 
Launch communicates with families in many ways including  via email, text message, robo calls, our Family Webinar Series, our website and personal phone calls.

Family Memos

The Launch Family memo is sent out weekly on Friday via email.  The memos are linked below so that families can translate the memo into any language of their choice.

Communication Plan

Clear and detailed communication is always a priority at Launch.  We have several structures in place to communicate with multiple stakeholders.  See the Communication Plan below for a detailed overview of our communication with families, staff, our Board of Directors and the community. 

Launch Social Media


Launch uses our social media channels to communicate about daily events, celebrations and important announcements. Please follow us on social media!