Salem Hyde School-Parent Compact

The School Agrees The Parent/Guardian Agrees
  • To offer an annual meeting for Title I parents to inform them of the Title I program and their right to be involved.
  • To offer a flexible number of meetings at various times, and if necessary, and if funds are available, will provide transportation, child care or home visits for those parents who cannot attend a regular school meeting.
  • To actively involve parents in planning, reviewing and improving the Title I programs and the parental involvement policy.
  • To provide parents with timely information about all programs.
  • To provide performance profiles an individual student assessment results for each child and other pertinent individual and school district education information.
  • To provide high quality curriculum and instruction.
  • To deal with communication issues between teachers and parents through:
    • Parent-teacher conferences at least annually;
    • Frequent reports to parents on their childrenÎéÎ÷s progress;
    • Reasonable access to staff;
    • Opportunities to volunteer and participate in their child's class and observation of classroom activities.
  • To assure that parents may participate in professional development activities if the school determines that it is appropriate, i.e. literacy classes, workshops on reading strategies.
  • To become involved in developing, implementing, evaluating and revising the school parent-involvement policy.
  • To use or ask for technical assistance training that the local education authority or school may offer on child-rearing practices and teaching and learning strategies.
  • To work with our child/children on their schoolwork;
    • Read for 15 to 30 minutes per day to K through 1st grade students.
      Listen to grade 2 and 3 read for 15 to 30 minutes per day.
  • To monitor our child/children’s:
    • Attendance at school,
      Homework,
      Television watching.
  • To share the responsibility for improved student achievement.
  • To communicate with our child/children’s teachers about their educational needs.
  • To ask parents and parent groups to provide information to the school on what type of training or assistance they would like and/or need to help them to be more effective in assisting your child/children in the educational process.