ParentSquare Invites Leaders and Teachers to Elevate School-Home Communications at PSQ Summit 2024

At Central, East, and West conferences, educators will gain practical information and skills to elevate family engagement system-wide

The landscape of school-home communications is evolving, and staying up to date with the latest tools and strategies is crucial for family engagement and student success. To help districts and schools build stronger communications with families, ParentSquare invites school leaders and teachers to attend the 2024 PSQ Summit conferences. ParentSquare, the award-winning unified school-home engagement platform for K12 education, is trusted by more than 23,000 schools and 20 million student families nationwide and is supported by evidence of its impact on school-family relationship outcomes.

The PSQ Summits will be held in three regions. The Central PSQ Summit will take place June 19-20 in Durant, Oklahoma. The East PSQ Summit will be conducted Oct. 3-4 in Uncasville, Connecticut. The West PSQ Summit will occur Dec. 9-10 in San Jose, California.

“During the PSQ Summits, participants will not only gain new insights into district, school, and classroom communications, but also have the invaluable opportunity to engage with other districts,” ParentSquare President and Founder Anupama Vaid said. “In addition, they’ll exchange experiences, build relationships, and provide valuable feedback. Attendees will depart armed with knowledge to enhance their communication efforts within their own teams and communities.”

Each PSQ Summit will feature keynote sessions and multiple breakout sessions. During the concurrent sessions, participants will gain advanced knowledge on both new and current features for school-home communication and collaboration. They will hear real-life use cases and learn best practices from educators across the country. Participants will also have networking opportunities to connect with and learn from ParentSquare team members, industry experts, and other ParentSquare users.

The keynote speaker at the central and east locations will be Dr. Joe Sanfelippo, the author of multiple books and the former superintendent of the Fall Creek School District in Fall Creek, Wisconsin. Fall Creek was named an Innovative District in both 2016 and 2017 by the International Center for Leadership in Education.

The PSQ Summits are designed for district and school leaders, technology leaders and staff, teachers, or anyone with a role in K12 school-home communications, staff communications, family engagement, or community engagement.

For information or to register, K12 educators can visit

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