Parent Liaison

Welcome KUSD Families!

My name is Stacey Mayo and I am the Parent Liaison here at Kingman Unified School District #20. My role is to support our families by providing access to information and resources needed to promote the academic and social success of our students.   I am happy to help you get involved and navigate your path through the Kingman Unified Public-School system. All of our conversations are strictly confidential so don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns you may have.

We want all of our parents to feel at home at KUSD and encourage you to be active in our school community.  There are opportunities for everyone, no matter your schedule.


  • Volunteer opportunities in your child’s classroom – many teachers even have projects that can be done from home;

  • Getting involved with the PTO; assist with or attend an event with your child;

  • Having lunch with your child and put faces to those names you hear so much about.

Most of all, stay informed!  Check your child’s backpack regularly for important information.  The school website is updated continuously with information on events and activities around school and our community.  Be sure to activate your ParentVUE account to complete necessary paperwork online.  You can contact the main office of your child’s school if you need assistance with your login information.

“At the end of the day, the most overwhelming key to a child’s success is the positive involvement of parents.” – Jane D. Hull

What is a Liaison

A Parent Liaison is a KUSD staff member who works to bridge the gap between home and school by helping parents get the information and support they need to ensure their child’s academic and social success. As a parent, you have a private link, connection, and bridge to your child’s school.

A LIAISON is the contact person who initiates a close connection/relationship and maintains that communication/link between two parties in order to ensure concerted action and cooperation toward agreed upon goals on both sides.

Role and Mission

Research continues to emphasize the importance of parent involvement in promoting school success. Today’s families constantly deal with stress that impacts students’ abilities to participate in academic and extra-curricular school activities. If schools are to do an effective job of educating their increasingly diverse populations of students, they must find ways to communicate and build more cooperative working relationships with parents.

Parent Liaisons:

  • Facilitate parent-school communication;

  • Facilitate community agency referrals;

  • Encourage parent involvement in the school;

  • Foster trust between parents and the educational community

  • Foster higher academic achievement through collaboration with school Personnel.

The primary role of the Parent Liaison is to empower parents to become active participants in the education of their children. Targeted are those parents who:

  • need help in determining how best to help their children;

  • are infrequent participants in school activities;

  • may need clarification of their role in the educational process; and

  • need assistance in making connections and accessing services

What is a Parent Liaison?

A Parent Liaison is a person who works to bridge the communication between school and home by helping parents get the information, help and support they need to ensure their child’s academic and social success in school.

How Can the Parent Liaison Help Me?

Often, parents feel uncomfortable about sharing their questions or concerns with the teachers or school administration. Because good communication between home and school is such a vital part of your child’s academic success, the Parent Liaison will listen to your concerns and then work with you to make sure that your situation, question or point of view is expressed and understood. They will help and support you if you need to find ways to resolve any issues that may be hindering your child’s success in school. Parent Liaisons want to be sure that you understand what you can do to get involved, keep informed, share information, and help your child do his or her best.

What Kind of Assistance Can the Parent Liaison Provide?