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Welcome Anne Street Parents!

What Does Parental Engagement Mean?

Parental Engagement is the active engagement of parents/guardians in a regular, two - way and meaningful communication process that involves and supports the active learning of students and other school activities and events.  The purpose of the Parental Engagement process is to ensure that parents play an active and integral part in the learning process of their child.

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Ms. Clements presenting to families at the Title I Parent Meeting

Table topic and handouts from Title I Meeting

Ms. Harrell discussing the Parent Resource Centers

Refreshments at Title I Parent Meeting

Mrs. Moon providing childcare during Title I Meeting

Mrs. Kelsey assisting with ice cream distribution

Mrs. Davis discussing Title I School-wide Plan, goals, and School Parent Compact

We Need Your Input!

Please help us by taking a few minutes and completing our Fall Parent Survey! Each year the Griffin-Spalding County School System (GSCS) tailors our Parental Engagement Program to meet the needs and interests of our parents. Your input is not only valued and welcomed but it is vital for the success of the program. The results of this survey will help us know how to effectively plan parent engagement activities to support our families. Please answer each question as openly and honestly as possible. Your answers will be anonymous. Only one survey should be completed per household. The links are below:


 
If you have any questions, please contact Atlantia Clements at 770-229-3746 or atlantia.clements@gscs.org. Thank you so much!

Fall for Learning Conference in English

Fall for Learning Conference in Spanish

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