Title 1 School - Parent Involvement Policy
Scotts Elementary School
1. Parents are involved in the planning, review, and improvement of the school’s Parent Involvement Policy through:
a. Parent-teacher conferences
b. SIT meetings
c. Parent surveys
d. TPA meetings
2. Parents will be informed of the school’s participation in the Title 1 program.
a. Family & Community Night sessions
b. Parent/Teacher conferences
c. School/Teacher web-site
d. School/Classroom newsletters
e. Connect Ed messages
3. Parent meetings are held at different times during the day.
a. Parent conferences - daytime and evening hours
b. By appointment with teacher as per parent request
4. Parents are involved in the planning, review and improvement of the school’s Title 1 program.
a. Annual surveys
b. SIT meetings
c. TPA meetings
5. The parents are involved in the joint decision making processes of the school.
a. Serve on the on the School Improvement Team and offer suggestions and ideas
b. Notified of school-wide eligibility in a letter from the principal
6. The parents receive timely information about the Title 1 program
a. Family & Community Nights
b. School letters home or school website
c. Title 1 School Compact
7. Parents will receive a description and explanation of the curriculum in use at the school, the forms of academic assessments and how to measure student progress, and the proficiency levels students are expected to meet.
a. Report cards with expected proficiency level information
b. Quarterly progress reports
c. Parent/teacher conferences
d. Family & Community Nights
e. Open House
f. Various Class/Grade Level meetings
8. The school provides parents with opportunities for regular meetings to formulate suggestions and to participate in decisions relating to the education of their children.
a. Parent/teacher conferences
b. Curriculum Nights
c. SIT meetings
d. Family & Community Night survey input
e. Attend TPA meetings
9. A school-parent compact was jointly developed with parents and the compact outlines how parents, the entire school staff and students share in the responsibility for improved student achievement.
a. Sent to parents of participating students for review
b. Discussed during parent/teacher conferences
c. Posted on the school website
d. Discussed at Fall TPA meetings
10. The school provides materials and training to help parents to work with their children to improve their children’s achievement.
a. Curriculum workshops
b. Parent/teacher conferences
c. Training sessions at our Family & Community Night
This policy is distributed to parents upon request and available on the school website and in the main office of the school.
LeAnne M. Hall
_________________________________ September 6th, 2019__
LeAnne M. Hall, Principal Date