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  1. Parent and Community Involvement “Helping Schools Help Students” General Education Department Wexford-Missaukee ISD

  2. Effective Schools Toolkit • Parental and Community Involvement • Materials • Tools • Links

  3. Basic Parental involvement requirement under Title I, Part A for LEAs • Each LEA that receives Title I, Part A funds must develop a written parental involvement policy that establishes the LEA’s expectations for parental involvement. The policy must be developed jointly with, and agreed upon with, the parents of children participating in Title I, Part A programs and distributed to parents of all children participating in Title I, Part A programs. • [Section 1118(a)(2). ESA.]

  4. No Child Left Behind • Questions Parents Ask About Schools • Parent web guide to No Child Left Behind

  5. National Standards for Parent/Family Involvement Programs - National PTA • Effective parent involvement programs include activities that are addressed by the six National Standards for Parent Involvement Programs. • Steps toward developing parent/family involvement programs Page 24 of the National Standards for Parent Involvement Programs. • “Guidelines for Developing a Parent/Family Involvement Policy” are found on page 25 of the National Standards for Parent Involvement Programs.

  6. State of Michigan State Board of EducationFamily Involvement Policy • Parent Engagement Information and Tools • See page 5 for State of Michigan State Board of Education Family involvement Policy • Doc file • PDF

  7. Michigan School Improvement Framework Rubrics • Strand IV School And Community Relations • The school staff maintains purposeful, active, positive relationships with families of it students and with the community in which it operates to support student learning. • Web link to School Improvement Framework • School Improvement Framework

  8. School Improvement FrameworkStrand IV. School and Community Relations Standard 1 Parent/Family Involvement • BE A. Communication • KC 1. Methods • KC 2. Diversity • BE B. Engagement • KC 1. Volunteering • KC 2. Extended Learning Opportunities • KC 3. Decision Making Standard 2 Community Involvement • BE A. Communication • KC 1. Methods • KC 2. Diversity • BE B. Engagement • KC 1. Business Community • KC 2. Educational Institutions • KC 3. Community Agencies • KC 4. Collaboration Key BE: Benchmark KC: Key Characteristic Highlighted KC is Performance Indicator for EDYES

  9. Wexford Missaukee ISD Parent Involvement in the School Program • Web link to the wording of the policy

  10. “Best Practices” Resource Guide for Parent and Community Involvement • Web link to 3 page document containing 38 best practices with links

  11. Effective Schools Toolkit • Parental and Community Involvement • Materials • Tools • Links

  12. WMISD General Education • For support with professional development contact the WMISD General Education Instructional Consultants • Liz Walker 231-876-3374 • Jodi Redman 231-876-2320 • Wanita Kampmueller 231-876-3036