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Parent Education about community concerns within the school and community affecting children and their families are best addressed at the local level. Some areas of concern for parent-educator involvement include:
The Top 22
   1. Illegal Drug Use
 2. Prescription Medicine Abuse
 3. Over-the-Counter Misuse
 4. Inhalants
 5. Alcohol Consumption
 6. Smoking and Tobacco
 7. Internet Safety
 8. Bullying/Cyberbullying
 9. Youth violence and vandalism
10. School violence and vandalism
11. School attendance
12. Gangs and cults
13. Delinquency prevention
14. Domestic violence
15. Television Viewing
16. Video/Computer Gaming
17. Homelessness
18. Juvenile justice
19. Date Rape
20. Missing and exploited children
21. Safety and safety education
22. School discipline

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  Your PTA/PTSA/PTO or other parent-teacher group can and should be involved in
  seeking solutions to your community's concerns by:
  • Contacting community agencies for additional information and assistance
  • Educating the community including parents, staff, elected officials and the general public
  • Identifying solutions and actions that need to be taken