Title I Schoolwide Program
How to Read Your Student's Georgia Student Growth Model (GSGM) Report
The Georgia Student Growth Model (GSGM) is an exciting initiative designed to provide students, parents, educators, and the public with important information on student progress. For complete information, visit gsgm.gadoe.org or see the videos below.
Title I Parent Involvement
WCSD Title I Parent Connection Newsletter
WCSD Parent Meeting and Workshop Schedule
WCSD Parent CLIP Meeting Flyer
WCSD 2016-2017 Title I Parent Involvement Plan
Thank you for your input for the Georgia Parent Survey! Please click here to view the MAHS 2016 - 2017 Parent Input for School Quality and Improvement Survey Results. We will use this information to create the Parent-Family Engagement Plan, Home-School Compact and School Improvement Plan for the 2016-2017 school year.
Title I Parent Input Survey for 17-18
Your input is important in assisting us to make quality decisions in meeting our students needs. Each Spring Walton Count School District conducts a needs assessment in order to make critical planning decisions for each of the following areas: School and WCSD Improvement Plans for all students, Professional Learning Plans, Federal Program Budgets and Plans, Title I- A ( Academic Achievement; Title II- A (Leader, Teacher, and Paraprofessional Quality), Title III (English Learner and Immigrant Student Achievement), Students with Disabilities, Migrant Program, and Homeless students. Your answers are confidential. If you have more than one student in Walton County Public Schools, please take a new survey for each student.
Link to the survey: https://goo.gl/h6ig5o
Please review important documents for our Title I program:
Parents are encouraged to review the school's key Title I documents for the current school year and provide input.
Title I Parent-School Compact - tip of the month
“Engage in on-going conversations with my child’s teacher, counselor and advisor on what it will take my child to graduate, his/her school goals and plans for after high school.”
We encourage parents and students to monitor grades and be proactive regarding communications with teachers and seeking tutoring.
For incoming 9th graders, have conversations about what the expectations are for high school.
For students graduating in 2016 and 2017, have a discussion about goals for after high school and how their GPA and college entrance tests play into those goals.
As always, the school counselors are here to assist students transitioning into high school, making adjustments and plans while at MAHS, and transitioning to their post-secondary aspirations of attending a four-year and technical college to prepare for a career, enlistment into a branch of the military, or directly entering the workforce.
Si usted necesita ayuda con la traducción de esta carta, por favor comuníquese con la Señora Eleanor Scott en Walton County Board of Education. Su número de teléfono es 770-266-4486.