Welcome Back 2019-2020 Foster School Title 1 & What I Need (WIN)
Contact us: Foster School, Hingham, MA 781-741-1520 Julie Quinn: Foster Title 1 Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org Cori Trombly: Literacy & Math Tutor, email@example.com Jen Quirk: Math Tutor, firstname.lastname@example.org Caroline Carver: Math Tutor email@example.com
Parent Orientation Power Point The link to our 2018-2019 parent orientation power point can be found in the upper left corner of this page.
Foster School 2018-2019 Family-School Partnership Compact
Title I Literacy and/or Math It is important that families and schools work together to help students achieve high academic standards. Through a process that involved teachers, administrators, and families, the following are roles and responsibilities that we, as partners, will carry out to support student success in school and life. STAFF PLEDGE I agree to carry out the following responsibilities to the best of my ability: To provide a safe, caring, positive environment for learning. To treat all children and their parents with respect and dignity. To communicate with families regarding their child’s academic and emotional progress. To motivate students to learn through creative and challenging lessons. To have high, reasonable expectations of student’s achievement and behavior in school. To participate in professional development activities. To teach to the individual needs of each child. STUDENT PLEDGE I agree to carry out the following responsibilities to the best of my ability: To come to school rested, fed and ready to learn. To treat staff and classmates with respect and dignity. To be responsible for my own behavior. To bring what I need to do my work. To be responsible for asking teachers when I need help. To be responsible for talking to my parents about my day. To limit my television and computer use. FAMILY / PARENT PLEDGE I agree to carry out the following responsibilities to the best of my ability: To treat staff with respect and dignity. To provide quiet time and space for homework. To monitor television and computer use. To make sure my child attends school every day and arrives on time, rested and well nourished. To demonstrate the importance of learning to my child. To communicate with my child’s teachers and attend parent-teacher conferences. To volunteer, when possible, in my child’s classroom activities, field trips and school programs.