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SCHOOL - PARENT COMPACT

 

 

 

SCHOOL – PARENT COMPACT

2018-2019

 

Parent Responsibilities

As a parent of a Sabine Elementary student, I will support my child’s learning by:

*Seeing that my child attends school regularly and on time with the necessary materials.

*Going over my child’s assignments and supervise the completion of homework.

*Establishing with my child a place and time to study.

*Establishing a daily reading time.

*Reading school communications.

*Visiting school often and participating in school activities – including Meet the Teacher,                                     Parent- Teacher Conferences, Parent Orientation and other related activities.

*Collaborating with the classroom teacher(s) to ensure the success of their students.

*Adhering to school rules and encouraging students to follow rules.

 

Student Responsibilities

As a student of Sabine Elementary, I will share the responsibility for my academic success by:

*Coming to class on time and prepared to work.

*Being responsible for my own behavior.

*Giving my parent/guardian all notices and information received by me from my school every

   day.

*Paying attention and asking for help when needed.

*Completing class work on time and to the best of my ability.

*Respecting my school, my teachers and administrators, my fellow students, and myself.

 

School Responsibilities

As faculty members of Sabine Elementary, we will:

*Provide high-quality curriculum and instruction in a supportive and effective learning

  environment that enables the participating children to meet the Texas Essential Knowledge and

  Skills (TEKS) standards.

*Provide qualified faculty and staff to ensure high-quality instruction and support.

*Provide a safe environment for children to learn.

*Assist parents with ways to help their children at home.

*Regularly communicate with parents on child’s progress and hold parent-teacher conferences

  as necessary.

*Strive to identify and address students’ unique needs.

*Involve parents in decisions relating to the education of their children.