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    Title I Student/Parent/Teacher Compact – Lakeview MS
    Uploaded: 10/6/21

     

    Parents and schools can help students start a lifetime of successful learning by becoming partners.  Below are suggestions for helping students achieve academic success.

     

    AS A STUDENT, I WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR:

    • Attending school regularly,
    • Coming to class on time and being prepared to learn,
    • Actively participating in all aspects of the Title I Program,
    • Respecting the rights of others to learn without distraction and disruption,
    • Showing respect and cooperating with school community members,
    • Completing all assignments to the best of my ability,
    • Using district provided technology applications, like Canvas and WebEx, daily, and
    • Spending time at home daily studying or reading.

     

    AS A PARENT, I WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR:

    • Seeing that my child attends school regularly,
    • Providing a home-environment that encourages my child to learn,
    • Actively participating in the Title I Parent Meetings and Parent Education Programs,
    • Working closely with classroom and Title I teachers to help children be successful in their classes,
    • Providing a regular time at home for working with children on school-related activities,
    • Helping my child in a way possible to meet his or her responsibilities, and
    • Actively participate in my students’ learning through district provided technology applications.

     

    AS A TEACHER, I WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR:

    • Coming to class prepared to teach,
    • Helping each student reach their fullest potential,
    • Providing daily additional instruction to support academic growth,
    • Providing and environment conducive to learning,
    • Allowing students to be successful through the use of many enjoyable instructional experiences,
    • Maintaining communication on an ongoing basis through student progress reports, classroom/school newsletters, and parent meetings, and
    • Supplying clear evaluations of student progress and achievement to both students and parents, and
    • Supporting students social, emotional, and physical needs by connecting students and their families with resources that support their needs.