Statement of Purpose Miller High School is committed to a lifelong learning process: Every student a learner…Every learner a graduate…Every graduate a success! Family support for students through awareness of social values, academics, and strengthening of family dynamics through family-school partnerships is critical to student success. Development of Policy An advisory committee consisting of parents, community members, teachers, parent facilitator/liaison, campus principal, and/or PTA Executive Board members was established. The committee met to discuss campus communication tools, evaluate the effectiveness of the campus parent survey, review the existing Standards for Family Involvement, and develop a standardized policy. The advisory committee will continue to meet annually to review and revise the policy as needed. The campus will follow the policy in accordance with the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. The policy will be distributed to parents of students attending the campus. Annual Meeting Miller High School will hold two annual meetings for Title I parents. The first meeting will be held early in the fall semester and the second in the spring semester. The purpose of the meetings is to provide parents with information regarding Title I services and the District and campus parental involvement policies. Parents will be encouraged to offer suggestions for any revisions to the District and campus policies. The annual meetings will be held at convenient times and locations. Written notice will be provided with translations if needed. Title I Program Requirements The District Title I, Part A Program will build school and family capacities to ensure effective involvement of families and to support a partnership to improve student academic achievement in the following areas: 1. Provide opportunities to inform families of academic content standards and student achievement standards established by the State; and the Texas and District academic assessments through District and campus Title I events. 2. Provide opportunities to inform families of the process for working with educators to monitor student progress. 3. Provide opportunities for training and materials to help families work with their children through collaboration of District/campus staff.

4. Provide professional development for campus staff regarding how to reach out to, communicate with, and work with families as equal partners; the value and contributions of families; and how to implement and coordinate family programs and build ties between families and schools, by offering campus-specific sessions. 5. Provide all Title I communication to families in a user- and language-friendly format to ensure that information related to the educational system is clear and uniform. 6. Provide necessary coordination, technical assistance, and other support to schools in planning and implementing effective family involvement activities. 7. Improve student achievement and school performance by conducting monthly staff development sessions during the school year for Title I parent facilitators/liaisons. School-Family Compact According to Title I federal guidelines, each Title I campus must develop a School-Family Compact. The compact will: • Be revised annually by staff and parents. • Describe responsibilities of parents, students, and school personnel to improve student performance. • Describe the schools’ responsibilities to provide high quality curriculum and instruction in a supportive and effective learning environment. • Include ways in which parents shall be responsible for supporting student learning. • Outline student responsibilities in support of education and character development. • Address the importance of establishing ongoing communication between school and parents (i.e., conferences, progress reports, and access to staff). • Include the scheduling of parent/teacher conferences to examine the components of the compact to increase student achievement. Matching Programs to the Needs of the Community The community will be consulted in the design, development, and implementation of the Title I Program. Parents will be invited to participate in workshops and events that are tailored to meet the needs of the community. Parent and student needs will be assessed through questionnaires and parental surveys, as well as a variety of other measures targeted at creating a successful school environment. Staff/Family Communication Parents will be informed of campus and District activities through various avenues of communication. Campus and District staff will engage in positive communication activities to build capacity with parents, students, and community members. Evaluation An annual meeting will be convened to discuss and accumulate data through various collection tools. The Miller High School Family Involvement Policy Committee will review the data and make appropriate revisions to the policy.

Updated on November 17th, 2010

Parent Involvement Policy (1).pdf

4. Provide professional development for campus staff regarding how to reach out to,. communicate with, and work with families as equal partners; the value and contributions of. families; and how to implement and coordinate family programs and build ties between. families and schools, by offering campus-specific sessions.

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