Parent & Family Engagement Plans

  • The Parent and Family Engagement Plan (PFEP) reflects the purpose of parent and family engagement and what will be done to impact student achievement. Parents and families are encouraged to be involved in the annual review of the PFEP and the family engagement program for the purpose of obtaining input as to what activities/events they desire to see take place during the school year. 

    The 2023-2024 District-Level Parent and Family Engagement Plan (PFEP) has been jointly developed and agreed upon by stakeholders (i.e., staff, families, community members, etc.) in compliance with Title I federal funding regulations [Section 1112(C) and Section 1116]. The plan describes how the district is conducting outreach to all parents and family members to implement programs, activities, and procedures that promote parent and family engagement.

     

    Parent Advisory Council (PAC)

    As the parent/guardian of a child attending a Title I school, you are an important part of the Title I team. Your input is vital in the planning and implementation of the parent and family engagement program and activities in our schools. The focus of all Title I programs is to help eligible students meet the same high academic achievement standards expected of all children, regardless of their socioeconomic status and background. Please join us to discuss the Parent and Family Engagement Plan (PFEP) at the next Parent Advisory Council Meeting with any suggestions.

    Watch this special invitation to join PAC from Title I Specialist, Merlande Petit-Bois, Ph.D.

     

    School-Home Compact

    Each Title I school, in conjunction with the parents of participating students, develops a School-Home Compact that describes the school’s responsibility to provide high-quality curriculum and instruction in a supportive and effective learning environment.  The compact also addresses the importance of ongoing communication between teachers and parents, describes the ways in which each parent will be responsible for supporting their child’s learning, and is discussed with parents of elementary-aged students. 

    Please visit the website for your child's school to view the school’s PFEP and School-Home Compact.