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HEMPFIELD AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT

 TITLE I READING
HOME / SCHOOL LEARNING COMPACT

 

 

What Is A Learning Compact?

All adults need to work cooperatively to enable children to reach high academic standards expected at each grade.  Teachers have the important job of instructing students.  Other school staff contribute to making the school a place where children can be inspired to learn.  Parents have the equally important job of providing a safe, healthy and caring home that supports learning.  The compact simply states the roles of both the school staff and the parent(s).  Additionally, the child also assumes responsibility for his or her education.  The compact is an agreement between the home and the school.  Together, we do make a difference.

 

How Are Students Selected?

Students are selected based upon the following criteria:

 

            Reading

  • Title I Assessments (DRA and AIMSweb K-5, 4SIGHT 3-5)
  • PSSA Scores (4-5)
  • Teacher referral*

   *Teachers may recommend students for Title I Reading  based upon classroom   

    performance and grades.

 

 

Elementary Reading

 


 

Fort Allen Elementary

724-850-2501

Justine Rauso


Jody Schmitt


Karly Vesely


 

 

Stanwood Elementary

724-838-4000

Cindy Butler

 

Suzette Fedor

 

Emily Holsinger

 

Heather Rossi

 

 

 

West Hempfield Elementary

724-850-2780

Melissa Haney 

Jessica Kissell


Gennie McCandle

 

Noel Vilella

 

 
                                                      

                           

 

HEMPFIELD AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT

HOME / SCHOOL LEARNING COMPACT

 

This compact is a plan of action that outlines what everyone will do to help students achieve the standards set for their grade level.

 

SCHOOL

West Hempfield Elementary School will:

  • Be aware of your child's learning needs.
  • Develop lesson plans that use local, state and national  standards.
  • Hold conferences to discuss your child's progress.
  • Communicate academic growth and assessment results with you and your child.
  • Explain the Title I Program and assessments.
  • Provide materials and training to help parents work with their children.

 Teacher's Signature                                                                                                            Date

 

_____________________________________________________                 ________________________

 

STUDENT

As a member of the team, I will:

  • Do my best to complete what is expected of me at my grade level.
  • Listen to my teacher and complete my work on time.
  • Take home and bring back all assigned work.
  • Be responsible for my own behavior.
  • Ask for help when I need it.
  • Read for pleasure.

 Student's Signature                                                                             Date

 

___________________________________________                 ________________________

 

PARENT

As a member of the Title I team, I will:

  • Be informed of my child's test scores and Title I eligibility for Reading.
  • Give my child a quiet place to study.
  • Review my child's assignments, encouraging him/her to complete homework.
  • Spend 15-30 minutes each day working with my child at home.
  • Attend Open House, Parent Conferences, Parent Education Nights and Open Door .

Make sure my child maintains good attendance.

 

 Parent's Signature                                                           Date                         I am interested in being a  

                                                                                                                                      parent volunteer for Title I.                                                                                          

_________________________________       _________             Phone Number _______________

 

The Hempfield Area School District, an equal opportunity employer, will not discriminate in employment, educational programs or activities, based on race, sex, handicap, or because a person is a disabled veteran of the Vietnam era.  This policy of non-discrimination extends to all other legally protected classifications.  Publication of this policy in this document is in accordance with state and federal laws including Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.  Inquiries should be directed to the Supervisor of Pupil Services, Hempfield Area School District, 4347 Route 136, Greensburg, PA  15601-9315 (724-834-2590). 
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