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Participate in decisions relating to my child’s education and positive use of extracurricular time

  • Encourage my child’s efforts and be available for questions.

  • Stay aware of my child academic progress and development.

  • Volunteer in my child’s classroom.

    • Communicate with my child’s teachers to be aware of his/her academic progress and development needs on an ongoing basis.

    Signature: __________________________________

    Student Agreement

    It is important that I work to the best of my ability. Therefore, I shall strive to do the following:

    • Attend school regularly

    • Come to school each day with pens, pencils, paper and other necessary tools for learning.

    • Complete and return assignments

    • Observe regular study hours

    • Conform to rules of student conduct

    • Communicate with my teachers and parents concerning academic progress and development needs.

    Signature: ______________________________ Homeroom: ______Grade:______

    Teacher Agreement

    It is important that students achieve. Therefore, I shall strive to do the following:

    • Provide homework assignments for students.

    • Provide necessary assistance to parents so that they can help with the assignments.

    • Encourage students and parents by providing information about student progress.

    • Use special activities in the classroom to address the different learning styles.

    • Provide after school tutoring to enhance students’ achievement.

    • Communicate the school/parent compact to parents and students as it relates to academic achievement.

    Signature: Homeroom ______________________________

    1st Block _______________________________

    2nd Block _______________________________

    3rd Block _______________________________

    4th Block _______________________________

    5th Block _______________________________

    6th Block _______________________________

    7th Block _______________________________

    Principal Agreement

    I support this form of parent involvement. Therefore, I shall strive to do the following:

    • Provide a supportive and effective learning environment that allows for positive communication between the teacher, parent and student.

    • Provide a supportive and effective learning environment to meet the State’s student academic achievement standards

    • Plan, implement and provide high-quality curriculum and instruction

    • Monitor the implementation of high quality instruction.

    • Ensure that parents have reasonable access to staff

    • Ensure that teachers give frequent student progress reports to parents.

    • Encourage parents to volunteer, participate, and observe in their child’s class.

    • Conduct parent and teacher conferences in school at least annually to discuss the school-parent compact.

    Signature __________________________________


    Revised March 28, 2013

    Booker T. Washington High School

    Family and Community Engagement Plan 2013-2014
    Booker T. Washington High School (BTW) Family Engagement Plan was jointly developed by parents, community and the staff to make plans, decisions, implement programs, review initiatives which impact the quality of the education of the students. Parents were invited to the Annual Title I parent meeting and other designated meeting to agree, review and provide feedback on the plan. To maximize family involvement, BTW has established the following expectations for school level parental involvement:

    1. Act as mentors, consultants, or resource persons in the classroom or in extracurricular programs.

    2. Serve as team members or leaders of parent-teacher groups or activities.

    3. Share their ideas and concerns.


    Policy Statement

    It is the policy of BTW to maintain written guidelines which, after parental review and approval, will ensure the following:


    •Parents are notified of the policy in an understandable and uniform format and, to the extent practicable, provided in a language the parents can understand

    •The policy is made available to the local community and updated periodically to meet the changing needs of parents and the school

    •The school has convened an annual parent meeting to inform parents about the school’s parental involvement programs and rights of parents to be involved

    •The school offers a flexible number of meetings- mornings or evenings

    •Parents are involved in an organized, ongoing, and timely way in planning , review and improvement of the school parental involvement policy and joint development of the schoolwide program plan (TSIPP)

    •The school provides parents with timely information about school programs under NCLB section 1118.

    •The school provides a description and explanation of the curriculum the school uses, forms of academic assessment used to measure student progress, and the proficiency levels students are expected to meet

    •Per parent request, opportunities for regular meetings to formulate suggestions and to participate, as appropriate, in decision relating to the education of their children, and respond to any suggestions as soon as practically possible

    •A process is in place to submit parent comments on the schoolwide program (TSIPP) if it is not satisfactory to the parents when the school makes the plan available to the district/LEA
    Building capacity for involvement

    1. Assistance is provided to parents in understanding topics such as the State’s academic content standards, State student academic achievement standards, State and local academic assessments, how to monitor a child’s progress and work with educators to improve student achievement

    2. Material and training are provided to help parents work with their children to improve their achievement, such as literacy training and using technology to foster parental involvement

    3. Staff are educated with the assistance of parents in the value and contribution of parents, and in working with parents- how to reach out to, communicate with, and work with as equal partners, implement and coordinate parent programs, build ties between parents and the school

    4. Title 1 A parental involvement strategies are coordinated and integrated with parent involvement strategies under other programs, such as Head Start, Reading First, Early Reading First, Even Start, Parents as Teachers, Home Instruction Program for preschool Youngsters, State-run preschool programs and Title III language the parents can understand

    5. Ensure that information related to school and parent programs, meetings, and other activities is sent to the parents in a format and, to extent practicable, in a language the parents can understand

    6. Provide other reasonable support for parent involvement activities per parent request
    Local educational agencies and schools, to the extent practicable, shall provide full opportunities for the participation of parents with limited English proficiency, parents with disabilities, and parents of migratory children, including providing information and school reports in a format and, to extent practicable, in a language parents understand.
    Expected Parental Involvement

    The role of the parent and guardian at BTW is very important. Classrooms at BTW are open to parents at all times. In addition, the following guidelines are minimal if we are to have the greatest success in the education of our students:


    1. Parents are expected to participate in workshops, conferences and meetings in support of the students of this school.

    2. Parents are expected to be responsible for the regular and punctual attendance of their children and to provide written excuses for all absences and tardies.

    3. Parents are expected to come to the school for parent conferences if requested by a teacher or in event of a suspension.

    4. Parents are expected to review their children's report cards each nine weeks period and become acquainted with each of their children's teachers.

    5. Parents are expected to insist that their children bring notebooks and textbooks home daily and study at least one hour each night.

    6. Parent-Teacher Conferences should be arranged before or after school or during the teacher's planning period.



    Spanish Version

    Revisado 28 de marzo 2013

    Booker T. Washington High School

    Familiar y Comunitaria Plan de Participación 2013-2014
    Booker T. Washington High School (BTW) Plan de Participación de la Familia ha sido desarrollado conjuntamente por los padres, la comunidad y el personal para hacer planes, decisiones, implementación de programas, iniciativas de revisión que afectan la calidad de la educación de los estudiantes. Los padres fueron invitados a la reunión de padres Anual del Título I y otra reunión designado a un acuerdo, revisar y hacer comentarios sobre el plan. Para maximizar la participación de la familia, por cierto ha establecido las siguientes expectativas para la participación de los padres a nivel escolar:
    1. Actuar como mentores, consultores o personas de apoyo en el aula o en actividades extra  los programas de los planes de estudio.
    2. Sirva como miembros del equipo o los líderes de los grupos de padres y maestros o actividades.
    3. Comparta sus ideas y preocupaciones.
    Declaración de la Política

    Es la política de mantener cierto directrices por escrito que, después de la revisión y aprobación de los padres, aseguran lo siguiente:


    • Los padres son notificados de la política en un formato comprensible y uniforme y, en la medida de lo posible, siempre en un idioma que puedan entender los padres

    • La política se pone a disposición de la comunidad local y actualizada periódicamente para satisfacer las necesidades cambiantes de los padres y la escuela

    • La escuela ha convocado a una reunión anual a los padres a informar a los padres sobre los programas de la escuela de participación de padres y de los derechos de los padres a estar involucrados

    • La escuela ofrece un número flexible de reuniones de las mañanas o las tardes

    • Los padres están involucrados en una manera organizada, continua y oportuna en la planificación, revisión y mejora de la política escolar de participación de los padres y el desarrollo conjunto del plan de programa de la escuela (TSIPP)

    • La escuela ofrece a los padres información oportuna sobre los programas escolares bajo la sección 1118 de NCLB.

    • La escuela ofrece una descripción y explicación del plan de estudios de los usos de la escuela, las formas de evaluación académica usadas para medir el progreso del estudiante y los estudiantes de niveles de competencia que se espera que se reúna

    • Por solicitud de los padres, oportunidades para reuniones regulares para formular sugerencias y participar, en su caso, en la decisión relativa a la educación de sus hijos, y responder a cualquier sugerencia tan pronto como sea posible

    • Un proceso está en su lugar de presentar comentarios de los padres sobre el programa de la escuela (TSIPP) si no es satisfactorio para los padres que la escuela hace que el plan de disposición del distrito / LEA

    • Creación de capacidad para la participación


    1. Se presta asistencia a los padres en temas tales como la comprensión de las normas estatales de contenido académico, las normas estatales de rendimiento académico, el Estado y las evaluaciones académicas locales, cómo monitorear el progreso de un niño y trabajar con los educadores para mejorar el rendimiento de los estudiantes
    2. El material y la formación se proporcionan para ayudar a los padres a trabajar con sus hijos para mejorar su rendimiento, tales como la alfabetización y el uso de la tecnología para fomentar la participación de los padres
    3. El personal es educado con la ayuda de los padres en el valor y la contribución de los padres, y en el trabajo con los padres, cómo llegar, comunicarse y trabajar como socios iguales, implementar y coordinar programas para padres, construir lazos entre los padres y los escuela
    4. Título 1 A las estrategias de participación de los padres están coordinadas e integradas con las estrategias de participación de los padres de otros programas, tales como Head Start, Reading First, Early Reading First, Even Start, Padres como Maestros, Programa de Instrucción en el Hogar para Niños en edad preescolar, programas estatales de preescolar y Título III del lenguaje que los padres entiendan
    5. Asegúrese de que la información relacionada con los programas escolares y los padres, reuniones y

    otras actividades se envíe a los padres en un formato y, a la medida de lo posible, en un idioma que los padres puedan entender


    6. Proporcionar apoyo razonable para actividades de participación de los padres por petición de los padres
    • Las agencias locales de educación y las escuelas, en la medida de lo posible, deberán ofrecer todas las oportunidades para la participación de los padres con dominio limitado del idioma Inglés, los padres con discapacidades, y los padres de niños migratorios, incluyendo el suministro de información y reportes escolares en un formato y, a la medida de lo posible , en un idioma que los padres entienden
    Participación de los padres espera
    El papel de los padres y tutores en el BTW es muy importante. Aulas en cierto están abiertas a los padres en todo momento. Además, las siguientes pautas son mínimas si vamos a tener el mayor éxito en la educación de nuestros estudiantes:
    1. Los padres deben de participar en talleres, conferencias y reuniones de apoyo de los estudiantes de esta escuela.
    2. Los padres deben ser responsables de la asistencia regular y puntual de su los niños y ofrecer excusas por escrito para todas las ausencias y tardanzas.
    3. Los padres se espera que acudan a la escuela para conferencias con los padres si es solicitado por un profesor o  en caso de una suspensión.
    4. Los padres deben revisar las tarjetas de sus hijos informe cada período de nueve semanas y familiarizarse con cada uno de los maestros de sus hijos.
    5. Los padres deben insistir en que sus hijos llevan a casa los libros de texto y cuadernos de todos los días  y estudiar al menos una hora cada noche.
    6. Padres y maestros deben disponerse antes o después de la escuela o durante el maestro período de planificación.



    PARENT VOLUNTEER

    All parents interested in becoming a volunteer or need to complete community service hours please see Mrs. Haywood for application and information.
    PARENT CENTER

    The Booker T. Washington High School Parent Center is a resource center for parents located in the 9th Grade office. All parents interested in visiting the parent center must sign-in in the main office. Hours of operation: 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM.


    The Parent Center offers:


    • Access to computers and printers

    • Internet

    • Resume Building

    • Parenting Pamphlets and Brochures

    • Financial Aid Workbooks



    PARENT EXPECTATIONS

    The role of the parent and guardian at Booker T. Washington High School is very important. The following guidelines are minimal if we are to have the greatest success in the education of our students:

    (A) Parents are expected to participate in workshops, conferences, and meetings in support of the students of this school.

    (B) Parents are expected to be responsible for the regular and punctual attendance of their children and to provide written excuses for all absences and tardies.

    (C) Parents are expected to come to the school for parent conferences if requested by a teacher or in the event of a suspension. This is required prior to re-admission.

    (D) Parents are expected to review their children’s report cards each six weeks and to become acquainted with each of their children’s teachers.

    (E) Parents are expected to insist that their children bring notebooks and textbooks home daily and insist that they study at least one hour each night.

    (F) Parent-Teacher Conferences should be arranged before or after school or during the teacher’s planning period.


    The classrooms of Booker T. Washington High School are open to parents at all times. We request, however, that you report to the main office upon entering the building. It is usually best to call ahead for an appointment with the administrator, teacher or counselor with whom you want to meet. Please do not go unannounced to a teacher’s classroom or expect to have a conference without an appointment. Please contact Ms. Pickett at 901.416.7253 to schedule a conference.


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