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Parent Expectations & Involvement
Parents/Guardians are expected to adhere to the following expectations in order to facilitate a positive and successful educational experience at CCCS. The major objective of Independent Study is to provide a voluntary educational alternative for students.
- Make sure that the student attends all scheduled meetings with teachers and all mandatory assessments on time.
- Make sure student attends teacher appointments and labs for a minimum of six hours per week.
- Arrange safe and reliable transportation to and from school (Regional Transit stickers are provided for student IDs).
- Supervise students at home, making sure that all assignments are completed thoroughly, correctly, and with academic integrity.
- If your student cannot attend a meeting with his or her teacher, the teacher must be contacted before the appointment time to discuss another arrangement for fulfilling attendance obligations.
- Keep staff/teacher aware of changes to phone number or address.
- Promptly return calls from the teacher and/or school.
- Contact the teacher with any questions or concerns about assignments and student progress.
- Follow through with courses of action agreed upon with school personnel with regards to the student’s academic and/or behavioral progress.
- In the case of a prolonged or serious illness or injury, contact the teacher and/or vice principal to discuss alternative arrangements for assignments and attendance.
- Behave and dress appropriately while on the school campus.
- Treat teachers, staff, students, and other parents with appropriate kindness and respect.
- Ensure students maintain campus and school materials with respect. Parents are liable for damage and loss of materials, technology, and campus resources.
- Honesty and integrity are expected of parents in regards to all assignments and communications.
- Parents have the right to appeal any decision about student placement, school program, or transfer by first contacting the supervising teacher and/or vice principal, then contacting the principal. If not satisfied with the results of this communication, the parent/guardian may contact Gateway Community Charters.
Parents/Guardians are their children’s first and most influential teachers. Sustained parent involvement in the education of their children contributes greatly to student achievement and a positive school environment.
Our goal is to develop meaningful opportunities for parents/guardians to be involved at school and in school activities and for parents/guardians to be consulted and participate in the planning, design, implementation, and evaluation of the parent involvement program. Parents/guardians shall be notified of their rights to be informed about and to participate in their children's education and of the opportunities available to them to do so. The complete GCC Parent Involvement Policy is available in all CCCS main offices