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School-Parent Compact 2011-2012

The school-parent compact is a written agreement between teachers and parents.  It is a document that clarifies what families and schools can do to help children reach high academic standards.   Every school receiving Title I funds must develop a compact. The compact serves as a clear reminder of everybody's responsibility to take action at school and at home so that children can learn what is required of them. It is a written commitment indicating how all members of a school community -- parents, teachers, principals, students, and concerned community members -- agree to share responsibility for student learning. 

The purpose of this agreement is to help parents and teachers come to a consensus on the responsibilities of the individuals influencing student’s achievement.  However, the underlying assumption is that a student’s academic success will improve when the home and school work together.  Overall, if the compact is taken seriously and implemented effectively it will assure that there will be support for the academic success of the student by enhancing effective communications between school and the home.

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Title I School Parental Involvement Policy 2011-2012

A parent involvement policy explains how the school district or the school itself supports the important role of parents in the education of their children. Every school district that receives Title I money must have a parent involvement policy. So must every school in the district that receives Title I money. (Title I is a Federal aid program that provides extra educational services for children who are behind in school.)

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Last Modified on September 20, 2011