FATE 2015-2016 School Compactby
Fred Armon Toomer School
School Year 2015-2016
Revision date: September 27, 2015
Fred Armon Toomer School, students participating in the Title I program, and their families, agree that this compact outlines how the parents, the entire school staff, and the students will share the responsibility for improved student academic achievement. It also describes how school and parents will build and develop a partnership that will help children achieve the State’s high standards.
Please review the attached school-parent compact. Please sign and date below to acknowledge that you have received, read, and agree to this School-Parent Compact. Once signed, please return this cover sheet form to your child’s teacher and keep the School-Parent Compact as a reminder of your commitment. The school-parent compact will be discussed with you throughout the year at different school-family events as we work together to help your child succeed in school. The School-Parent Compact may be used in the following ways:
Students - Complete daily homework assignments and engage in reading and study habits, in addition to homework assignments. Participate in critical thinking skills activities in the reading area for phonics, phonemic awareness, vocabulary, fluency, decoding, and comprehension at home. Excel in Math Facts, i.e. addition and multiplication. Work with my family on websites suggested by my teacher.
Parents – Attend regular Parent-Teacher conferences. Assist my child with academic assignments provided by his/her teacher so he/she will experience academic growth in these critical areas. Access websites provided by the teacher with my child. Participate in workshops that are offered. Provide a rich learning environment at home.
Visit the FATE website. Be an active part of decision making committees.
Teachers and Staff - Provide parents with home reading and math activity projects that deal with classroom instruction. Suggest academic based games at home to help improve student success in critical thinking skills activities in the reading area for phonics, phonemic awareness, vocabulary, fluency, decoding, and comprehension. Post class information on the FATE school website. These websites will review subject matter that directly relates to and helps students meet classroom and school academic goals. Provide opportunities for parents to volunteer and participate in their child’s class and to observe classroom activities. Provide parent meetings for feedback. Provide parents with workshop that shows how to support student academically. Communicate with parent is multiple ways.
Parent Liaisons - Make the School-Parent Compact available in the Parent Center and school website; at all academic workshops, programs and events; on parent teacher conference days; and provide information on the usage of the School-Parent Compact during faculty/staff trainings and meetings.
If you have any questions regarding the School-Parent Compact, please contact your child’s teacher or Parent Liaison, Rease Grant at Pcgrant@atlanta.k12.ga.us or by phone at (404) 802-3469.
We look forward to our school-parent partnership!
School Representative Signature: _______________________________________ Date: ____________________
Parent/Guardian Signature: ____________________________________________ Date: ___________________
Student Signature: ___________________________________________________ Date: ___________________FATE 2015-2016 School Compact.pdf 521.36 KB (Last Modified on October 19, 2015)