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Core Beliefs

1. Children come first.

2. Parents are our partners.

3. Victory is in the classroom and facilitated by a strong instructional leader.

4. Leadership and accountability are the keys to success.

5. It takes the engagement of the entire community to ensure the success of its public schools


Parents and caregivers play a vital role in the education of their children.  You are encouraged to participate in all school activities, workshops, conferences, and meetings.  Your cooperation is an important part of your child’s progress.  We encourage and expect you to support, promote, and work with your child in the following areas:

ATTENDANCE: Please send your child to school and on time daily

HIGH EXPECTATIONS: Believe that your child will do well in school

BASIC SKILLS:  Communication, computation and reading

DISCIPLINE:  Exercising self-control

 STUDENT PROGRESS AND ACHIEVEMENT:  Follow up on interim reports, report cards, and conferences

    READ: Please listen to your child read nightly for a minimum of 20 minutes

    PARENTAL SUPPORT:You can participate in your child’s education by:

Attending report card conferences and parent workshops

Signing homework assignments to verify your involvement

Responding to both written and telephone communications

Setting appointments to meet with your child’s teacher

  ACCURATE & UPDATE INFORMATION:  Parents should inform the school when there is a change in address or telephone number.  The school sends important information by mail and email. If the school does not have a correct address, this information may not reach a student’s home. It is imperative that we have a correct phone number in case of an emergency. All students must have an emergency contact number on file in the main office.

Code Of Conduct Policy can be found on page 16 of the Student Handbook.

Attendance and Lateness policy can be found on page 18 of the Student Handbook.

Homework Policy can be found on page 13 of the Student Handbook.

Last modified: August 21, 2018