Slaton ISD Family Engagement Plan
Posted on 04/18/2017
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Goal

Strategies

Person Responsible

Funding Source

Timeline

Evidence of Success

SISD will create a foundation for collaboration of mutual partners.

Partnerships with Mercy Center of Slaton, family guidance and outreach center, faith-based organizations, family guidance and outreach center of Lubbock, Catholic Charities, Texas Hunger Initiative, parent communication forums, creation of family advisory council, and Communities in Schools.

 

 

CIS caseworker

 

Counselors

 

Campus Principals

Title I

 

General Fund

 

Grant Funds

Ongoing

Increased partnerships to provide support for students and their families. New partnerships with multiple entities.

 

 

SISD will embrace the individuality and uniqueness of families.

Cultural awareness and poverty training for staff

Celebration of families (single parent, grandparent, multi-cultural, etc) home educational resources, family support principles, welcome and communicate, cross-cultural networks, home visits, feedback on activities, mental/physical health agencies, home language/translators.

 

 

CIS Caseworker

 

Counselors

 

Director of Student Services

Title I

 

General Fund

Ongoing

Increased number of parents in attendance on family nights.

 

Also increased number of parent events for growing ELL population.

 

Increased number of home visits and parent contacts.

SISD will promote a culture of learning that is child-centered and family driven.

 

Parent trainings for child development, healthy families, family literacy, college/career readiness (academic readiness)develop staff skills to support families,

Family training in parenting and advocacy, family resources, positive parenting practices, parent volunteers

 

 

Campus Principal

 

CIS

 

Counselors

Title I

 

General Fund

 

 

Ongoing

Increased number of family literacy nights. (Reading nights)

 

Increased college and career nights at secondary level. (Grand Central Station)

 

SHAC sign in sheets

Goal

Strategies

Person

Responsible

Funding Source

Timeline

Evidence of Success

SISD will establish and articulate expectations

Communication via website, family newsletters, parent events, parent compacts, create systems to eliminate barriers, data collection systems, short term and long term program goals, family sensitivity training,

 

 

 

 

Campus Principals

 

Central Office staff

Title I

 

General Fund

 

CIS

Ongoing

Number of automated call outs for parent/community information.

 

Remind 101 texts and messaging.

 

Multi language literature available.

 

DEIIC Committee meetings.

SISD will evaluate and improve family engagement efforts.

Survey/feedback from families, parents, teachers and community stakeholders

Current trends; PD for educators on communication and engagement with families,

Federal Program Director

 

Campus Principals

Title I

 

General Fund

 

 

Ongoing

Increased number of responses on family survey.

 

Increased attendance at Title I events.

 

Ongoing PD for teachers