RISE Campus Parent & Family Engagement

School-Family Compact Defined

Our annual school-family compact offers ways for stakeholders to work together to ensure our scholars succeed particularly academically but also through opportunities for constructive exposure. It is an agreement that families, scholars and the school develop together. The compacts are reviewed and revised annually during the Title I Input period using the Qualtrics feedback survey and used as guidance during parent-teacher conferences. This compact provides strategies to help connect learning at school and at home.

Jointly Developed

Families, scholars and staff worked together and shared ideas to develop the school-family compact. Educators met within their subject area teams to design practical strategies for parents to use at home.

Parents provided valuable feedback on their needs to effectively support their scholars. Meetings were conducted to review and revise the school-family compact based on the academic achievement goals and scholar needs.

A sample of multi-grade level scholars were invited to share their input on the school-family compact.

Parents are always welcome to provide feedback on the compact at any time during the school year. All feedback will be collected and reviewed during the annual revision meeting with parents.

Stakeholder Engagement

There are many opportunities for families to volunteer and play an active role in their scholar's education. Some examples of opportunities for engagement are:

Virtual Classroom observation
Family University Night
Parent Advisory Council
Scholar-Led Conferences
Extracurricular Performances
Principal's Town Halls
Computer Usage 101 for Parents sessions

Do you have other ideas of how to help parents be more engaged? Please contact:
Jackie Goodman-Cook
Family Engagement Coordinator
[email protected]
404-669-8060 X121
Parent Resource Suite
Open M-Th 8:00 AM-3:00 PM

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