Mary E. Rodman Elementary School # 204
3510 West Mulberry Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21229
Phone: (410) 396-0508 Fax: (410) 396-0702
Michele Broom, Principal Tamber Wright, Assistant Principal
SCHOOL-FAMILY-STUDENT LEARNING COMPACT 2010-2011
As a school, we will
As a family, we will
As a student, I will
Provide communication through announcements and newsletters to keep parents and students informed of upcoming events.
Check my child’s notebooks and folders daily for information from school and teachers.
Make sure I share my schoolwork and communications each night with my family.
Communicate regularly with family about students’ academic progress and behavior through interims, report cards, conferences, notes, e-mail, and phone calls.
Check my child’s notebook to ensure that all homework is completed and encourage him/her to always to their best every day.
Talk with family members about what I learned in school.
Maintain accurate attendance and achievement records.
Monitor my child’s progress and let the teacher know right away of any problems at home that would impact achievement and/or attendance.
Talk with teachers, the counselor, or school administrators about concerns or questions.
Involve parents in making decisions about school policies and academic priorities through School Family Council and PTA.
Attend parent/teacher conferences, parent workshops, and as many SPP and PTSA meetings as possible during the school day.
Show respect by following the rules and getting along with others.
Provide workshop opportunities for parents to enhance their skills in helping students with reading and math.
Make sure my child attends school regularly and on time.
Come to school prepared to learn, punctual, and positive each day.
Create a positive school climate that ensures a safe environment conducive to learning.
Send the school written documentation to verify student absence and/or lateness.
Put forth my best effort every day.
Encourage parents/guardians to participate in their child’s education, through PTA events, classroom visitation, parent conferences, and volunteering at the school.
Notify school of change in contact information including phone numbers so that someone can be reached when necessary.
Do all my homework each night.
Use data to group students for reading and math instruction in order to deliver a rigorous, relevant curriculum.
Limit TV time to no more than one hour a day and spend time talking with my child about school or reading together.
Listen carefully to instructions.
Provide opportunities for additional instruction to meet the needs of diverse learners.
Involve students in real world situations where math problem solving would apply (simple budget, trips, and recipes)
Read for fun during my free time.
Investigate the reason why the student is out of compliance.
Support uniform school policy by sending my child to school in uniform.
Wear my uniform daily.
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