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School-Parent Compact for Achievement Sample

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* Numbers correspond to sections in the School-Parent Compact Guide to Quality. Note: Adapted by the Title I Policy and Program Guidance Office, California Department of Education, with permission from the Connecticut State Department of Education. 2010. Dust Off Your Old School-Parent Compact: Ten Steps to Success for Developing Title I Family-School Compact [http://www.schoolparentcompact.org] External link opens in new window or tab.

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Cover Page

SCHOOL-PARENT COMPACT FOR ACHIEVEMENT 2013–2014

4th Grade Focus for Student Success


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Section 1A*

Our Goals for Student Achievement

District Goals

By June 2020, all students will be at grade level or higher in both math and reading.

We will get there by:

School Goals

By 2015, our students will make a 20% gain in math and reading; 75% of students will be at grade level in reading and 80% at grade level in math.

Our data show the need to focus on the following Common Core State Standards for reading and math:

When teachers, students, and families work together, we CAN achieve our goals!


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Teachers, Parents, and Students – Together for Success


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Section 1B*

In Our 4th Grade Classroom

The 4th grade team will work with students and their families to support students’ success in meeting or exceeding the Common Core State Standards in reading and math. Some of our key ways to connect with families will be to:


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Section 2*

At Home

Nutmeg School parents joined staff to develop the following ideas about how families can support students’ success in reading and math:


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Section 3*

Students

Nutmeg School students joined staff and parents to develop ideas about how they can succeed in school and reach for the stars in math and reading. Students thought of the following ideas to make connections between learning at home and school:

OPTIONAL:

Family Fun Learning Adventures are a great place to learn new words, practice math – and win prizes!
(See the back of this brochure for more information)


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What is a School-Parent Compact?

A School-Parent Compact for Achievement is an agreement that parents, students and teachers develop together. It explains how parents and teachers will work together to make sure all our students reach or exceed grade-level standards.

Effective compacts:

Section 5*

Jointly Developed

The parents, students, and staff of Nutmeg Elementary School meet yearly to discuss student learning needs based on current grade-level data. Our School-Parent Compact for Achievement is revised based on these discussions. Teachers suggest home learning strategies, parents add ideas to make them more specific, and students identify ways to support their learning goals.

Parents are welcome to contribute comments at any time.

Section 4*

Building Partnerships

If you would like to volunteer, participate and/or observe in a classroom, please contact Patti Muñoz at pmunoz@nutmeg.org or 860-555-1212, Ext. 12, or go to our school Web site and click on the “Parent” button.


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Section 4*

Building Partnerships

3rd Thursdays
Family Fun Learning Adventures!

Join Us for Our “Go for the Gold” Night
3rd Thursday of September, 5:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

Join us for a “Literacy Safari”
3rd Thursday of October

Safari gear & refreshments provided.

MORE FAMILY FUN LEARNING ADVENTURES
3rd Thursdays in January, March, and May
Detailed information will be sent home.

Section 6*

Communication about Student Learning

Nutmeg Elementary School is committed to frequent two-way communication with families about children’s learning. Some of the ways parents and teachers communicate all year are:

Do you have questions about your child’s progress? Contact your child’s teacher by phone at 860-555-1212.

Questions:   Nancy Bodenhausen | nbodenhausen@cde.ca.gov | 916-445-4904
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