The School Will

The Student Will

The Parent Will

Provide an academic program that is rigorous, challenging, and meets the needs of individual students

Be an active participant in the learning process and accountable for completing assignments

Support both the student and the school in the learning process

Communicate with parents/guardians regularly regarding students’ academic progress

Take home school communications, work folders, and nightly homework assignments

Respond to communication from the school and support the student with nightly homework assignments

Create a safe learning environment that allows for positive communication between the home and school

Follow the Wildcat Way, set positive examples of citizenship,  and be accountable for their actions

Support the school’s efforts to maintain a safe environment by holding students accountable for their behavior choices

Provide opportunities for parents to conference regarding their student(s), collaborate on school initiatives, and partner with families for continuous improvement

Be an active participant in knowing what their academic progress is and in working toward reaching goals

Attend conferences and collaborate with the school to support their students’ individual needs and the school as a whole

Provide opportunities for parents to attend informative sessions regarding curriculum and current learning initiatives

Know and be able to share with parents what they are learning in school

Collaborate and communicate with child’s teacher by asking questions and giving feedback.