Welcome to our Parent Involvement/Title I Information Page
We welcome you into our school whether it’s to eat lunch with your child, for a parent-teacher conference, to volunteer or to participate in a workshop. Perry Middle School hosts events throughout the year to build strong family involvement to support a partnership among the school, families and the community to improve student academic achievement. We encourage you to come to as many events as possible. The school website, Facebook, the school marquis, and call-outs will have the most current information.
Title I Information
Perry Middle is a Title I School. We are eligible for Title I funding based on our percentage of students eligible for free and reduced lunch. This means that we receive additional federal funds for the purpose of improving teaching and learning for students. All students in our school benefit from these funds. Title I requires that these funds be used for programs that will improve student achievement and include ways to help parents help their children to succeed (parent involvement). All Title I schools must include parent input in the development of a written Parent Involvement policy.
What Parents Should Know About TItle I
Title I Documents
First Semester - First 6 Weeks 2016-17 (Sept 2016)
First Semester - Second 6 Weeks 2016-17 (November 2016)
First Semester - End of Semester 2016-17 (January 2017)
2016-17 Perry Middle School Title I Parent Satisfaction Survey Results Summary
Perry Middle School Title I Handbook 2017-18
School Level Parent Involvement Plan
Right-to-Know Teacher Qualifications Letter
Annual Parent Notice Highly Qualified Status
ESEA Designation Letter
District Level Parent Involvement Plan
Perry Middle School 1-Year Action Plan
Perry Middle School Schoolwide Title I Plan/School Improvement Plan
What else can you do as a partner with Perry Middle to help your child be successful?
Join our PANTHER PARENTS!
Perry Middle School invites all families to be part of Panther Parents to share ideas and ways to involve other parents to build partnerships with school, families and the community. Panther Parents is a group of parents that works together to develop our yearly parent activities and Title I documents such as the Parent Involvement Plan and School-Parent Compact. We meet twice a year, but ideas and suggestions are always welcome. If you would like to learn more about Panther Parents, please contact Jackie Lampley at the above phone number or email. Or print out and complete the attached interest form and turn in to the office.
Visit Our PARENT RESOURCE CENTER
Our Parent Resource Center is located in the main office at the front counter. We have academic information for all grade levels as well as information on parenting, Infinite Campus, upcoming events and Title I. Stop by and pick something up any day between 7:00 am and 4:00 pm.
Parent Resource Center Inventory
Give us FEEDBACK/COMMENTS
We welcome your comments and feedback on our school and our programs. Please contact Jackie Lampley, Parent Involvement Coordinator at the above phone number or email. Thank you for your input.
Be A VOLUNTEER
We welcome and encourage parental involvement. There are many ways for parents to give of their time and talents. Contact our Parent Involvement Coordinator for more information.
All volunteers working with students are required to have a background check on file with the Houston County School System and receive volunteer training at our school. Background checks are good for five years and are good at any school in the county. If you aren’t sure of your clearance status, our Parent Involvement Coordinator will be happy to check for you. Background Check Applications are available in the front office or through the link below.
2017-18 Background Check Application
Come To FAMILY INVOLVEMENT ACTIVITIES
Perry Middle believes that family involvement is the participation of families in all areas of their child’s education and development, recognizing that families are the primary influence in their child’s life. We host a wide variety of events throughout the year for families. Many are designed to give families the tools to help their children succeed and many are just for fun! We want to welcome you into our school and hope you feel comfortable as you visit.
Georgia Department of Education Website
Middle School Matters - Middle School Transition Guide
6th Grade Parents Guide to Student Success
7th Grade Parents Guide to Student Success
8th Grade Parents Guide to Student Success
Parent’s Guide to New Tests In Georgia
CCGPS – Common Core Georgia Performance Standards
CCGPS - Language Arts
CCGPS - Mathematics
A Parent’s Guide to Title I
Educational Websites for Families
Educational Apps for Families