School-Family Compact 2021-2022
A Collaborative Approach to Learning and Health For All Marion Students
Provide high-quality curriculum and instruction in a supportive and effective learning environment that enables MES students to meet the State's academic achievement standards.
- By June 2022, 20% of MES K-6 students will participate in one session of extracurricular activities representing a diverse range of student interests, including community service experiences.
- All MES students will reflect on their academic/personal growth in each subject area (including special areas) at least three times per year.
- By June 2022, 30% more MES students will be on grade level when compared to fall 2021 benchmark data.
- By June 2022, 8% more MES students will be rated as "no risk" on the pro-social subscale of the Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ) when compared to Fall 2021 SDQ data.
- Staff access via email
- Staff communication/access via Google Classroom - grades 4-6
- Staff communication/access via SeeSaw - grades K-3
- Parent-teacher conferences 2x yearly
- Staff emails published in parent/student handbook
- Homeroom teacher permanent Zoom links that parents and students can access (published in Remote Learning Handbook)
- Can phone Main Office and leave message for teacher
- Open House
- Monitor my child’s attendance and ensure that they are in school every day they are healthy;
- Monitor my student’s academics and ensure that assignments are completed;
- Ensure that my student is supported social-emotionally, academically and behaviorally;
- Ensure that social media, television and electronics use is limited and balanced with other positive extra-curricular activities;
- Participate in school events and/or volunteer in my child’s school;
- Participate in decisions regarding my children’s education;
- Stay informed about my child’s education and communicate with the school regularly.
- Be an active participant in my child’s education, communicate with the school regularly and be a contributing member of my school community; and
- Review information and notices sent home by the school and district to stay informed.
As a student, I will share the responsibility to improve my grades, and agree to:
- Complete my assignments and homework to the best of my ability and ask for help when needed;
- Set goals for success and monitor my academic and behavioral progress;
- Engage in learning in class and at home;
- Advocate for myself with peer-to-peer, teacher and staff relations;
- Read at least 20 minutes a day outside of school; and
- Provide to my parents all notices and information received from my school.
- Be Respectful, Responsible, and Engaged in all learning environments.