Students and educators at McCulloch Elementary are working hard to reach their goals and need your help! Parent involvement is the key to success. Here’s how you can help support your child’s learning:
Title I Parents Right to Know:Our district is required to inform you of certain information that you, according to the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (Public Law 107-110), have the right to know. Click HERE for more information.PIRC-Parent Information Resource Center:The purpose of the PIRC program is to give parents, schools and organizations working with families the training, information and technical assistance they need to understand how to help children succeed in school. Click HERE for more information.Title I Parent Involvement Plan:The administration, faculty and staff of McCulloch Elementary are committed to making every effort to collaborate with parents/caregivers to ensure that children have a successful educational experience. Click HERE to view the parent involvement plan.Standard Complaint Resolution Procedure for No Child Left Behind Programs:The Republic R-III School District follows these procedures administered by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education under the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB). Parents/guardians of students attending a building that receives Title I.A funds may request, and the the LEA will provide in a timely manner, information regarding the professional qualifications of their child's classroom teachers and any paraprofessionals providing services to their child. Click HERE for more information.GOOGLE APPS FOR EDUCATION:The Republic School District has integrated Google Apps for Education (GAFE) which provides students and teachers the ability to store files and collaborate on documents, spreadsheets and presentations in real time from school or home within a "closed campus" online environment.Testing and Assessments
- Keep in touch with your child’s teacher to know what your child is learning and doing. Provide feedback about what you believe is important.
- Know the expectations for learning. Take advantage of back-to-school nights and conferences when expectations are typically communicated, and ask questions.
- Help your child set short and long term goals and develop action plans. An action plan is a tool that can be used to record tasks that need to be completed in order to reach goals. This includes activities, projects, or chores.
- Ask your child his goals and follow his progress. Ask your child about her data folder and discuss practical ways she can meet individual and classroom goals.
- Make sure your child can study and learn at home. This includes space to complete work, materials (paper, writing utensils, etc.), access to a computer, and embed study time in your daily schedule.
- Ensure that your child is at school! School attendance is crucial to your child’s success.