+ SSC Verification Forms were due OCTOBER 4 th, 2013 If your school has not submitted their SSC forms, make sure to submit them ASAP. Parent Involvement Policy due November 15 th, 2013 School-Parent Compact due November 15 th, 2013 Annual Meeting Sign-Ins and Agenda due November 22 nd, 2013
+ PARKING LOT! Write down the questions you may have during the presentation and post in the parking lot. Make sure to include your name, school name, and email address so we can email you an answer.
+ Grounding Activity: Sample School-Parent Compact Gallery Walk During the next 7 minutes, travel around the room and observe the different school-parent compacts posted. Make note of any similarities and/or differences observed. What are the biggest differences you noticed between the sample compacts posted throughout the room and compacts you have seen in the past?
+ Objectives Title I Coordinators will: Have a tool on how to create/modify their school’s Parent Involvement Policy and School- Parent Compact.
+ 5 School Goals for Parent Engagement 1. Provide a welcoming environment for families ad invite them to participate as equal partner in the education of their children. 2. Provide parents opportunities to acquire necessary information, knowledge, and skills to support their children’s education at home and at school. 3. Engage parents in the school’s volunteer program so they can participate in supporting school-wide, classroom, and parent involvement activities. 4. Respond to parent concerns and/or complaints to ensure child’s educational needs are met. 5. Comply with all LAUSD, State, and Federal requirements regarding parent involvement.
+ moving towardsmoving away from shared responsibility individual responsibility results focused on students and goals results focused on parent attendance activities planned to support goals random acts integratedadd on ownershipcompliance continuous improvement one-time project
+ School-Parent Compact: Guide to Quality Read your School-Parent Compact. Using the tool, “School-Parent Compact Guide to Quality: A Written Agreement to Work Together to Student Success,” assess the quality of your compact. Is the School-Parent Compact considered high quality? Explain why or why not.
+ Each One, Teach One Write down one area your School-Parent Compact you consider to be high quality. Write down one area your School-Parent Compact you consider can be improved. Find an eye partner from a different table and share with them your answers.
+ Parent Involvement Policy Development Amazing School has been asked to develop a Parent Involvement Policy for the 2013-2014 school year. Today, you will be asked to help create the Parent Involvement Policy. 1. Individually, write down the ideas for that your school currently does to address the part of the policy assigned to your group. Group A: Section I: Involvement of Parents in the Title I Program Group B: Section II: School-Parent Compact and Section IV: Accessibility Group C: Section III: Building Capacity 2. As a group, chart the responses to the section assigned to your table.
+ Parent Involvement Policy Development 3. Gallery walk! Walk around the room and with a marker: Checkmark something you agree with Question Mark something you need clarification 4. Compile the Parent Involvement Policy and share during our next meeting.
+ 3-2-1 Reflection What are 3 things you learned? What 2 ideas do you have about your Parent Involvement Policy/ School-Parent Compact? What is 1 goal do you have for yourself before the next Title I training?
+ 2013-2014 School-Parent Compact Due to PACE Office by: November 15, 2013 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
+ We are here to support you... Parent and Community Engagement – ISIC Dr. Kevin Baker- email@example.com Enriqueta Cabrera- firstname.lastname@example.org Estevan Leyva- email@example.com Rosa Prado- firstname.lastname@example.org Violeta Ruiz- email@example.com Americorps VISTA Volunteers: Evelyn Larios Felipe Nieves Additional Resources: http://sisic-pcec-lausd-ca.schoolloop.com/coordstaff