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    Title I Campus Information

Title I Documents

2021-22 Parent-School Compact

  • As a Title I funded campus, Oak Woods School is required to distribute a School-Parent-Student Compact to serve as an agreement between the campus and its families. By following each component of the compact, Oak Woods School builds a partnership between school staff and families with the common goal of positively impacting student achievement. It is the responsibility of staff, parents, and students to develop an effective partnership so that students achieve the high academic standards of the state of Texas.

    SCHOOL STAFF RESPONSIBILITIES

    School staff will provide high-quality curriculum and instruction in a supportive and effective learning environment that enables the participating students to meet Texas’ standards of student academic achievement standards as follows:

    • Adhere to Granbury ISD Curriculum Scope & Sequence to effectively teach students all TEKS through academic school year
    • Use data to drive instruction from Granbury ISD adopted screeners and assessments in order to monitor and adjust curriculum and instruction to improve student achievement
    • Incorporate research-based best practices learned in district provided professional development
    • Implement science of teaching reading in all classrooms with emphasis in phonics by using SRA phonics in Kindergarten - 2nd grades, Guided Reading in Kindergarten - 5th Grades, LLI in Kindergarten - 5th grades
    • Supplement classroom instruction with computer resource programs to reteach and assess students academically such as Amplify, StMath, Reflex, iXL, Education Galaxy, Stemscopes, etc.

    School staff will prioritize parent partnerships by providing multiple opportunities for parent to teacher communication in order to discuss student achievement and promote parental involvement. Specifically, these communication opportunities will be held as follows:

    • Beginning of the Year Grade Level Parent Meetings for important information about the school year
    • AIP, MTSS (formerly RtI), 504, LPAC, and ARD meetings to monitor and discuss student progress and performance
    • Parent-Teacher conferences at least once annually either in person, phone call, or online meeting

    School staff will frequently inform families regarding student progress in parent-friendly formats as follows:

    • Parent Information letters sent home following district screeners
    • Report Cards posted in Skyward the Thursday following the end of the six week grading period
    • Progress Reports sent home mid-grading period for struggling students
    • Skyward Family Access to view student grades online
    • Parent - Teacher Conferences held via phone, in person, or zoom during teacher conference periods, before school, and after school

    School staff will be reasonably accessible to families. Specifically, staff members will be available for consultation with
    parents as follows:

    • Daily during conference period or after school from 3:15-3:45 for phone conferences
    • Email is checked several times throughout the day and responses within 24 hours
    • School and teacher webpages updated regularly
    • Weekly information sent via preferred classroom method such as SeeSaw, Remind, or Skyward

    School staff will promote opportunities for parent involvement on campus as follows:

    • Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) involvement with monthly meetings for all parents to attend
    • Classroom volunteer opportunities such as assisting teachers, preparing materials, running copies, grade level programs, field trips, and other special events
    • Campus wide volunteer opportunities include the library, reading with students, lunch monitoring, etc.

    PARENT RESPONSIBILITIES

    We, as parents of a student attending Oak Woods School, will partner with the school and support our student’s learning as follows:

    • Prioritize instruction time by valuing attendance and limiting tardies and unexcused absences
    • Hold my student accountable for completing homework
    • Monitoring the amount of time my student spends on technology or screen time
    • Volunteering in my student’s classroom
    • Participating, as appropriate, in decisions relating to my student’s education
    • Provide a positive, well-balanced extra-curricular schedule for my student including family time
    • Maintain routine bedtimes that provide my student with adequate amounts of rest and sleep
    • Staying informed about my student’s education
    • Communicating with school staff by reading all notices, emails or other messages from the school or the school district either received by my student or by mail and responding, as appropriate
    • Serving, to the extent possible, on policy advisory groups, such as being the Title I parent representative on the school’s School Improvement Team, the Title I Policy Advisory committee, the District wide Policy Advisory Council, the State’s Committee of Practitioners, the School Support Team or other school advisory or policy groups in effort to support my student’s school

    STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES

    We, as students at Oak Woods School, will share the responsibility to participate in the learning environment and
    positively impact our own academic achievement and success. Specifically, we will:

    • Complete homework every day and ask for help when needed
    • Read 10-30 minutes daily (depending on grade level) outside of school time
    • Treat all individuals with kindness and respect
    • Bring home any and all school information and communication to my parents (or the adult responsible for me)