Morse High School
TITLE I PARENT INVOLVEMENT POLICY
In order to assure a strong working relationship between Morse High School and the community, Morse High School is committed to the following:
Providing and maintaining a fully staffed parent center on site.
Involve parents and community in the development or revision of the SPSA plan. Parents will participate on the School Site Council committee.
Involve parents and the School Site Council in planning the annual mandatory Title I Parent meeting.
Provide parent training opportunities and materials.
Gather input from parents and community at school cluster meetings.
Provide interpretation services and translation of materials, as appropriate, at parent/community meetings for parents who have limited English Proficiency through the Translation Office.
Provide opportunities for parents to assume leadership roles at schools and to work as equal partners in the development and implementation of the Single Plan for Student Achievement.
Work with community agencies and nonprofit groups to provide community educational forums, events, and other activities to engage families through Parent Outreach and Engagement.
Meaningful two-way communication is provided to parents in a timely and regular basis.
Parents are notified and provided a variety of opportunities to be involved in their student’s education as indicated in each school’s Single Plan for Student Achievement and the site Parent Involvement Policy. All Title I schools receive an allocation for parent involvement activities.
Conduct an annual survey to identify topics of interest to parents in order to plan family engagement activities that support and are aligned to the goals in the SPSA.
Meetings are conducted at times appropriate to parents to ensure and promote their participation.
Parents are informed when schools are identified as Program Improvement, and advised about the choices/services students are eligible for under the Program Improvement choice option and/or Supplemental Educational Services (SES).
Provide opportunities for parents and staff to meet to discuss student progress.