PARENT INVOLVEMENT POLICY
El Sausal's Parent Involvement Policy seeks to provide the tools to enhance the parental role in children's learning both at home and at school. The school strives to design programs that build on the strength of it's population, seeking opportunities to invite parent and community participation in school activities, and creating partnerships between those involved in students success. These partnerships create relationships that contribute to student achievement and that respond to the unique needs of middle school students and their families.
The partnership between home and school are supported by:
This compact is a written document to be signed annually by the parent, student and school administrator.
Parents as Advocates , Advisors, Decision Makers
-School Site Council
- ELAC (English Learner Advisory Committee)
-DELAC (District English Learner Advisory Commitee)
-An 8th Grade Promotion Parent Committee
-El Sausal's parents are referred to district-wide committees.
-Automated dialer, personal phone calls, daily bulletin, flyers, the school marquee, local newsletter, the Student Handbook, and the school website
-Parent/teacher conference with translation services
-Progress reports and report cards are mailed home at each grading period.
-Home visits related to student/family needs are made by the Community Liaison and/or the Attendance Specialist.
-Other forms of school-home communication are the homework calendar or agenda and weekly progress reports.
-Home Access Center- Parents must come to the office to pick up username and passwords.
-ESMS School Website
El Sausal has an "Open Door" policy, which allows parents to visit and observe students on campus and in classes upon request.
-Parents are the first to be invited as presenters in the classrooms at an annual Career Day.
-Weekly school-wide parent meeting by Community Liaison
-Monthly Migrant Meetings
Meeting held throughout the school year to assist families with communications skills, healthy home environment, attendance, resources and academic achievement.
-Monthly Parent/Family Workshops
-Annual Open House and Back-to-School Night
-Monthly Parent Academies
-Monthly Migrant/Bilingual meetings
-Individual orientation meeting for all new parents/students by the Community Liaison
Orientation Meetings for incoming 7th grade families.
The School Community Liaison and EL (English Learner) Specialist are specialized staff that act as resources to parents, students, principals, and teachers.
831-796-7200 ext. 8007
831-796-7200 ext. 8029
PARENT INVOLVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Title 1 Committee
8th Grade Day
8th Grade Promotion Celebration
Weekly Informational Meetings
Home Access Workshops
Annual CABE Conference
Strengthening Families Workshops
Families in Control Workshops
Positive Parenting Workshops