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    Perry Elementary School ~ Erie’s Public Schools

    Title I

    Learning Compact for the 2019-2020 school year.

    The School District of the City of Erie and Perry School are committed to the belief that all children can learn and acknowledges that parents share the school’s commitment to the educational success of their children.  We recognize that a child’s education is a responsibility shared by the school and family and agree that to effectively educate all students, the schools and parents must work together as partners.

     

    We define parent and family involvement as an on-going process that assists parents and families to meet their basic obligation as their child’s first educator.  We will promote clear two-way dialogue between home and school and support parents as leaders and decision makers at all levels concerning the education of their children.

                    As the student:

    I know my education is important to me.  It will help me become a better person.  I know my parents want to help me, but I am the one who has to do the work.  Therefore, I agree to do the following:

      1.  Return completed homework on time and return corrected work to my parent/guardian.

      2.  Report to school on time and ready to work unless I am sick.

      3.  Follow the school rules and be responsible for my own behavior.

      4.  Pay attention and ask for help when I need it.

                    As the parent:

    I realize that my child’s years in school are vital.  I also understand that participating in my child’s education will help his/her achievement and attitude.  Therefore, I agree to carry out the following to the best of my ability:        

      1.  Give my child a quiet place to study and encourage him/her to complete his/her homework.

      2.  Make sure my child gets to school on time ready to learn.

      3.  Attend Open Houses and Parent Conferences and keep the lines of communication open.

      4.  Make sure my child reads and writes on a daily basis.

      5.  Check my child’s progress on Infinite Campus

                    As the teacher:

    I understand the importance of the school experience to every student and my role as a teacher and model.  Therefore, I agree to carry out the following to the best of my ability:

      1.  Teach necessary concepts to your child.

      2.  Try to be aware of the needs of your child.

      3.  Communicate with you on a regular basis regarding your child’s progress.

    Perry Elementary School’s Family Engagement Policy
    Additional Helpful Information

     

    *This Family Engagement Policy is reviewed and updated in the spring of each school year.  All parents are invited to attend the “work sessions” to update the policy and learning compact. 

     

    *A Title I meeting for all parents will be held in the fall of each school year detailing the requirements of the Title programs as well as the rights of parents.

     

    *Title I funds have been set aside to help facilitate a wide range of parent involvement activities, including childcare, home visit expenses to enable parents to participate in school related meetings and training sessions.

     

    * All parents will be invited to help create, review, and provide feedback for the improvement of the school’s Title I program at the end of the school year by completing a “Needs Assessment Survey”.  This survey will also allow parents to provide feedback on parent involvement activities and make suggestions to help guide staff professional development for the upcoming school year.

     

    *Perry parents are involved in the revising and editing of the school’s Schoolwide Improvement Plan.  All parents are welcome to attend the annual planning meeting. 

     

    *In the fall of each school year, our Schoolwide Support teachers will host a Title I meeting to provide all parents with timely information about the Title I program as well as additional important information:

               

    *Parents will be provided with a description and explanation of the school’s curriculum, the forms of assessment used to measure academic progress, as well as the proficiency levels all students are expected to meet.

     

    *Additionally, parents will be informed of the state’s academic content standards, student achievement standards, local academic assessments as well how to monitor their child’s progress using the Infinite Campus parent portal. 

     

    *Parents will also be encouraged to formulate suggestions and participate in decisions related to the education of their children.  These suggestions, as appropriate, will be implemented in a timely fashion. 

     

    *Parents are always welcome to contact one of our Title I Schoolwide Support teachers if they need assistance or need more information on any of the aforementioned items.

     

    *Title I teachers can assist you with logging on to the Infinite Campus parent portal to monitor your child’s grades.  If you do not have access to the Internet, please call Mrs. Grignol or Mrs. Corsale and they will be happy to assist you in accessing your child’s information.

     

    *All parent meetings are advertised via PTA Facebook page, newsletters, calendars, Constant Contact   E-mails and One Calls.

    Perry Elementary School’s Family Engagement Policy
    Additional Helpful Information

     

    *This Family Engagement Policy is reviewed and updated in the spring of each school year.  All parents are invited to attend the “work sessions” to update the policy and learning compact. 

     

    *A Title I meeting for all parents will be held in the fall of each school year detailing the requirements of the Title programs as well as the rights of parents.

     

    *Title I funds have been set aside to help facilitate a wide range of parent involvement activities, including childcare, home visit expenses to enable parents to participate in school related meetings and training sessions.

     

    * All parents will be invited to help create, review, and provide feedback for the improvement of the school’s Title I program at the end of the school year by completing a “Needs Assessment Survey”.  This survey will also allow parents to provide feedback on parent involvement activities and make suggestions to help guide staff professional development for the upcoming school year.

     

    *Perry parents are involved in the revising and editing of the school’s Schoolwide Improvement Plan.  All parents are welcome to attend the annual planning meeting. 

     

    *In the fall of each school year, our Schoolwide Support teachers will host a Title I meeting to provide all parents with timely information about the Title I program as well as additional important information:

               

    *Parents will be provided with a description and explanation of the school’s curriculum, the forms of assessment used to measure academic progress, as well as the proficiency levels all students are expected to meet.

     

    *Additionally, parents will be informed of the state’s academic content standards, student achievement standards, local academic assessments as well how to monitor their child’s progress using the Infinite Campus parent portal. 

     

    *Parents will also be encouraged to formulate suggestions and participate in decisions related to the education of their children.  These suggestions, as appropriate, will be implemented in a timely fashion. 

     

    *Parents are always welcome to contact one of our Title I Schoolwide Support teachers if they need assistance or need more information on any of the aforementioned items.

     

    *Title I teachers can assist you with logging on to the Infinite Campus parent portal to monitor your child’s grades.  If you do not have access to the Internet, please call Mrs. Grignol or Mrs. Corsale and they will be happy to assist you in accessing your child’s information.

     

    *All parent meetings are advertised via PTA Facebook page, newsletters, calendars, Constant Contact   E-mails and One Calls.