Title One Learning Compact Title One students, their parents/guardians and their teachers collaborate using this Learning Compact as a guide.
Allen School strives to engage all students, parents, and community members in the learning process. Innovation, creativity, and collaboration are an integral part of the school experience.
Teachers frequently analyze data to drive instruction and support personalized goals for all students. Optimal academic achievement occurs when students feel valued, safe, and invested in their own learning. Therefore, the staff is committed to fostering positive relationships with all students.
As parents/guardians, we will: * Make sure that our child attends school regularly and arrives on time so s/he will receive the full benefit of instruction * Encourage good study habits at home, by helping her/him find the time and a quiet spot to work at home so that s/he can complete her/his homework which helps reinforce what s/he has learned during the school day * Communicate with our child’s teacher regularly in person, by phone or by email during both easy and difficult periods * Encourage our child to solve problems peacefully, which includes modeling and talking about problem-solving strategies in our home * Show our belief in the importance of school by attending scheduled conferences, volunteering whenever possible, and participating in classroom or after-school events Parent Signature_____________________________________________ Please help us enrich the education of your child by answering the question below. What do you and your child need most from the staff at Allen School?
As an Allen student, I will: * Learn something new every day
* Work hard everyday to do my personal best
* Complete and return my homework on its due date * Treat everyone with kindness and respect, and if a problem occurs, I will solve it peacefully * Ask for help whenever I need it, and give help when someone else needs it Student Signature_________________________________________ As an Allen teacher, I will:
* Provide high quality instruction in Reading, Writing, Math, Science and Social Studies as outlined in state guidelines * Keep the lines of communication open with students and parents, by means of phone, email, and in-person contact * Send formal progress reports home in November, March, and June * Recognize, support and appreciate the diversity of our school community * Help children learn the skills to solve conflicts in a peaceful manner * Respect and encourage the individual strengths in each child, building on these to ensure continuous growth within our learning community Teacher Signature___________________________________________