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Parent and Family Engagement Policy

Franklinton Middle School

2023- 2024 School Year                               Policy Revised September 11, 2023

What is Title I? 

The purpose of Title I is to ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach, at a minimum, proficiency on challenging state academic achievement standards and state academic assessments.

Who to Contact?

Geoffrey Hawthorne
Title I Director
Heidi Boardman
Principal
Jennifer Giandenoto
Asst. Principal

 

School Plan for Shared Student Achievement

Let's Get Together!

Our School will host the following events to build capacity for strong parental involvement. Our goal is to support a partnership among the school, parents, and the community to improve student academic achievement.
 
August 2023
FMS
FMS OPEN HOUSE
Parents and students can come into the school to see where classes are and meet the teacher as well as the administrators. 
November 
2023
FMS Cafeteria
REPORT CARD PICK-UP & PARENT CONFERENCE NIGHT
Families can come to FMS to pick up student report cards and meet with their child's teachers.

 

December
2023 
Auditorium
WINTER CELEBRATION
Celebrate by checking out all the great things students are doing in art and drama and listening to a banc concert.  Our children are talented!
March
2023
Cafeteria
REPORT CARD PICK-UP & PARENT CONFERENCE NIGHT
Families can come to FMS to pick up student report cards and meet with their child's teachers.
May
2023
Auditorium
SPRING CELEBRATION
Celebrate by checking out all the great things students are doing in art and drama and listening to a band concert.  Our children are talented!

 

Strategic Plan 2020-2025

This guiding document, Blueprint 2025, is provided as a high-level overview of the district’s plan. In addition, we have provided a breakdown of strategies by goal.

Due to the significant and ongoing impact of COVID-19, designation of benchmarked measurable outcomes for each year is difficult to establish at this time. The district will use the 2021 spring assessment results as a baseline for yearly targets based upon each goal.

School Parent Compact
Together we will develop an agreement that parents, students and teachers will develop to explain how all stakeholders can work together to ensure all students reach grade-level standards.

Parent and Family Engagement School Goals

Franklinton Middle School will take the following measures to promote and support parents as an important foundation of the school in order to strengthen the school and reach our school goals:
  • FMS will continue to support all parent efforts in having parent representatives as well as a parent group.

  • The FMS Main office will offer parent support through excellent customer service, technology support, and information support.

  • The FMS website, FMS Twitter, and FMS Facebook will be kept up-to-date and informative to maximize communication avenues.

  • The administration will communicate with parents through a biweekly digital newsletter to keep them informed about what is going on schoolwide as well as upcoming events.

  • All teachers will communicate with parents through a biweekly digital newsletter to keep them informed about what is going on in the classroom and with the curriculum.

  • Parents will be invited to participate in all student events that occur throughout the school year.

Parent Resource Center
Parent and Family Engagement
  • Check out the FMS website for plenty of information on everything you need to know about athletics, Chromebook help, school information, and more.
  • Call the Main Office for any and all questions regarding immunizations, registration, attendance, academics, athletics, or anything that you don’t see on the website.

Franklinton Middle School believes that parental involvement means the participation of parents in regular two-way and meaningful communication about student academic learning and other school activities. 

This ensures that parents are full partners in their child’s academic development and are included, as appropriate, in decision-making and on advisory committees to assist in the education of their child.