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Parent Involvement

Dear Families,
It is time for our district to review our Parental Involvement Policy.
Please support our district by reviewing our current policy:
After reviewing the Parental Involvement Policy for our district take a few minutes to provide input by completing the following survey:
Your input and responses matter!
Thank you,
WCS Title 1 Department
Roaring River Elementary welcomes parent and community volunteers. Please go to the link below on the Wilkes County School Webpage to complete the volunteer application form. Once you have been approved you will be contacted by the school to start volunteering.
Some ways you can help, but are not limited to, are...
  • Classroom Assistant -  set up learning center, prepare bulletin boards and learning materials, etc.
  • Tutoring - listen to students read, assist with vocabulary, math, etc.
  • Library Assistant - assist with book check in/out, shelve books, assist with book fairs, processing books, etc.
  • Occasional Volunteer - guest reader/speaker
  • Testing Proctor 

Title 1 Parental Involvement Policy

Roaring River Elementary School

Roaring River Elementary school is committed to provide each student with the tools needed to be successful in life.  We understand that our families, school staff, and community work together to make this happen. This policy shows how we plan to accomplish this task.

  1. Annual Title 1 Public Meeting

Roaring River Elementary School will host an annual public meeting for all parents and staff members.  This meeting is to inform parents about their rights under the law and to provide them with the information that will allow them to be fully active in their child’s education.  This meeting will be held in conjunction with our PTSO meeting in September. This meeting will also provide parents an opportunity to review the School-Parent-Student Compact and to view the Title 1 budget for our school.

  1. Flexible Meetings

Each parent meeting will be held at a time that makes it more convenient for parents to attend.  The information shared at the Annual Public meeting will also be shared with parents of new students as they enroll.

  1. Involving Parents in an Organized, Ongoing, and Timely Way

Progress reports will be provided to parents three times during the school year.  Parent-Teacher conferences will be conducted throughout the school year. Parents will be asked for their suggestions or recommendations at all meetings.

  1. Timely Information

Parents will receive information on a regular basis through Class Dojo, Facebook, school phone calls, grade level curriculum nights, parent-teacher conferences, Parent Resource Center, and class newsletters.

  1. Opportunities for Regular Meetings

Parent meetings will be held throughout the year, which gives parents a chance to be actively involved in their child’s education.  Parent conferences are scheduled at a time available to parents. Parents are given a chance to give feedback.

  1. Providing for Parent Comments

The parent policy is reviewed throughout the year and any concerns will be submitted to the district office.  Parents will be asked for their comments and suggestions regarding the School-Parent-Student Compact as well. An annual survey of parent/school issues will be conducted.

  1. School-Parent-Student Compact

The School-Parent-Student Compact is developed and/or reviewed at our annual meeting. Parents are asked for comments regarding the compact.  A roster of signed compacts is filed in each teacher’s room.