Parent Involvement Policy
What is it?
The Parent Involvement Policy describes how Moore Street School will provide opportunities to improve parent engagement to support student learning. Moore Street School values the contributions and involvement of parents to establish an equal partnership for the common goal of improving student achievement. This plan describes the different ways that our school will support parent engagement and how parents can help plan and participate in activities and events to promote student learning at school and at home.
How is it revised?
Moore Street School will invite all parents to attend our annual Parent Involvement Planning meeting in September to review and revise the current parental involvement policy, as well as the school wide plan, the school-parent compact, and the parental involvement budget. Parent input and comments regarding this plan are welcomed during the school year through visiting our school website or Parent Resource Center where the plan is available. All parent feedback and input will be used to revise the plan for the next school year. We distribute an annual survey online and by mail to ask for suggestions on the plan and the use of funds for parental involvement. Parents can also provide feedback during our annual meeting in May, as well as during parent meetings and activities during the school year.
Who is it for?
All students participating in the Title I, Part A program, and their families, are encouraged and invited to fully participate in the opportunities described in this plan. Moore Street School will provide full opportunities for the participation of parents with limited English, parents of students with disabilities, and parents of migratory children.
Where is it available?
At the beginning of the year, the plan is included in the student information packet. It is also available in the Parent Resource Center, which is located to the left of our main entrance at 1405 West Moore street.