Family School Compact School Year 2023-2024
[Louisa May Alcott], scholars participating in the Title I, Part A program, and their families, agree that this compact outline how the family, the entire school staff and the scholar will share the responsibility for improved scholar academic achievement as well as describe how the school and families will build and develop a partnership that will help scholars achieve the state’s high standards.
At Louisa May Alcott, we provide high quality instruction using Blended Learning, where students can work as a whole group, small group and independently while using technology. Students have the opportunity to utilize the EL (literacy) and Eureka math curriculums. Waterford, Zearn, Edmentum, and AR are programs to support students individualized learning. Parent teacher conferences will be held in according to the academic calendar for CMSD. Parents can also schedule conferences with teachers as needed. The Parent Advisory Committee will meet the 3rd Wednesday of each month to coordinate events that provide Alcott families the opportunity to stay involved with the school community.
Teachers, Families, Scholars – Together for Success
- Teachers will inform parents of educational practices weekly through Schoology, Seesaw or ClassDojo.
- Teachers will send home letters of new units and the topics being discussed.
- Teachers will use Schoology, SeeSaw, ClassDojo and communicator folders as messaging tools.
- Parents will also receive a monthly school newsletter.
- Monitoring attendance (virtual and in person)
- Consistently reviewing school website
- Creating a school work space at home
- Making sure that homework is completed.
- Promoting positive use of scholar’s extracurricular time
- Participate in parent-teacher conferences
- Staying informed about my scholar’s education and communication with the school by promptly reading all notices from the school or the school district
- Do homework every day and ask for help when needed.
- Read at least 30 minutes every day outside of school time.
- Daily attend and participate in in-person or virtual instruction.
- Take care of and be responsible for any technology needed to stay fully engaged in learning.
- Give to parents or the adults responsible for scholar welfare all notices and information received from school every day.