Family School Compact
School Year 2023-2024
Whitney M. Young PreK-8’s goals are to continue to implement and provide personalized learning to our scholars. Additionally, to provide a multi-tiered reading support system and to provide math tasks that support reasoning and problem solving
Parent-Teacher conferences will be held three times a year in October 2023, February 2024, and April 2024.
Student Achievement updates will be provided at Open-House, Parent-Teacher Conferences, and through Classroom Dojo
Teachers, Families, Scholars – Together for Success
- Parents and educators will embark on a purposeful collaborative journey to promote a rigorous, personalized, and equitable school environment.
- Educators will utilize Classroom Dojo to communicate with families about the progress of their scholar(s), including grades, behavior, and academic opportunities.
- Educators will work with families to support a healthy and caring school culture rooted in emotional and academic support and growth.
- Monitoring attendance (virtual and in person) and notifying the main office when scholars are absent.
- Consistently reviewing school website and social media, Classroom Dojo and Schoology
- Creating a school/workspace at home
- Making sure that homework is completed.
- Monitoring electronic device usage.
- Ensuring that scholars get regular rest.
- Promoting positive use of a scholar’s extracurricular time
- Staying informed about my scholar’s education and communication with the school by promptly reading all notices from the school or the school district
- Participate in parent-teacher conferences and responding, as appropriate.
- Come to school on time, ready to learn, with their necessary materials (i.e. Pencils), and work to the best of their ability.
- All CMSD provided devices are to remain at the school and will not be taken home.
- Attend and participate in virtual and in-person instruction.
- Make time to study and read at least 30 minutes every day outside of school.
- Take care of and be responsible for any technology needed to stay fully engaged in virtual instruction.
- Seek the help of adults in the building to resolve conflicts.
- Give to parents or the adults responsible for scholar welfare all notices and information received from school every day.
- Work collaboratively with parents, educators, and peers.
- Wearing the appropriate prescribed attire according to the CMSD student dress code (pg. 4-5)
- All students will use the prescribed Yondr cell phone pouches to store their cell phones during school hours.
- Elementary scholars (grades K-5) will complete 2 lessons in IREADY per week during school hours.
- Middle school scholars (grades 6-8) will actively work on IREADY for 45 minutes per week during school hours.