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2022-2023 Rocky Mount High School’s PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT PLAN

Section 1118 of the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) requires the involvement of parents of participating children in the design and implementation of Title I projects.  A local educational agency 

may receive funds under this part only if such agency implements programs, activities, and procedures for the involvement of parents in programs assisted under this part consistent with this section. Such programs, activities, and procedures shall be planned and implemented with meaningful consultation with the parents of participating children. 


Describe the programs, activities, and procedures established to build the schools’ and parents’ capacity for meaningful parental involvement.



Each school served under this part shall convene an annual meeting, at a convenient time, to which all parents of participating children shall be invited and encouraged to attend, to inform parents of their school’s participation in Title I and to explain the requirements of Title I program, and the right of the parents to be involved.

Describe:  Open House was held on August 23, 2022, and parents had the opportunity to pick up schedules with their children, meet with teachers, and had the opportunity to sign up for the parent portal.


Each school served shall offer a flexible number of meetings, such as meetings in the morning or evening, and may provide, with Title I or Local funds, transportation, child care, or home visits, as such services relate to parental involvement. Plan to ensure two-way communication and parents' input in school decisions.

Describe:  Parents have numerous events to participate in such as in addition to participating in school improvement meetings.  Special events include college application night and FAFSA night.


Parents should be involved in an organized, ongoing, and timely way, in the planning, reviewing, and improvement of schoolwide programs, including the planning, review, and improvement of the school parental involvement policy and the joint development of the schoolwide program plan (if applicable). Plan to promote parent involvement in the form of volunteering.

Describe:  There are several parents who are active members of our booster club that also provide feedback to the administration and participate in district meetings.


Parents must be provided with timely information about programs under this part; a description and explanation of the curriculum in use at the school, the forms of academic assessment used to measure student progress, and the proficiency levels students are expected to meet. Plan for promotion of resources to aid parents in understanding their child’s academic performance.   

Describe:  Progress reports are provided to parents frequently during a nine-week cycle and report cards are distributed at the end of the nine weeks electronically, but paper copies of report cards are available upon request.  ConnectEd calls also go out to parents notifying them of any upcoming assessments (i.e. benchmarks, pre-act)>


If requested, schools must provide parents opportunities for regular meetings to formulate suggestions and to participate, as appropriate, in decisions relating to the education of their children, and respond to any such suggestions as soon as practicably possible.

Describe:  Parents attend conferences such as 504, IEP, ESL meetings, along with meeting with teachers or administration to discuss academic, behavioral, and attendance difficulties.


If the schoolwide program plan (if applicable) is not satisfactory to the parents of participating children, the school is required to submit any parent comments on the plan when the school makes the plan available to the LEA.

Describe:  The school welcomes all parent feedback and will discuss any questions or concerns.


Each participating school shall jointly develop with parents for all children served a school-parent compact that outlines how parents, the entire school staff, and students will share the responsibility for improved student academic achievement and the means by which the school and parents will build and develop a partnership to help children achieve State standards.

Describe:  All students received a student-parent-teacher compact.  Students were required to get the compacts signed and returned to school.


LEAs and schools served under this part shall provide assistance to parents of children served by the school or LEA, as appropriate, in understanding such topics as the State’s academic content standards and State student academic standards, State and local academic assessments, the requirements of Title I, and how to monitor a child’s progress and work with educators to improve the achievement of their children.

Describe:  Parents are encouraged to participate in events that are held by the school district that addresses academic standards.


Parents must be provided materials and training to help them to work with their children to improve their children’s achievement, such as literacy training and using technology, as appropriate, to foster parental involvement.  Parents must also be provided with information that promotes student health awareness. Parents must be provided the opportunity to participate in parental training. 

Describe:  Parents are provided information during various events (i.e. FAFSA and College App nights) and are provided information on how to access their child’s Powerschool account through the Parent Portal.


LEAs and schools are required to educate teachers, pupil services personnel, principals, and other staff, with the assistance of parents, in the value and utility of contributions of parents, and how to reach out to, communicate with, and work with parents as equal partners, implement and coordinate parent programs, and build ties between parents and the school.

Describe:  Parents and administrators will be trained as facilitators on the Si4 Curriculum.


To the extent feasible and appropriate, there should be coordination and integration of parent programs and activities with Head Start, Reading First, Early Reading First, Even Start, the Home Instruction Programs for Preschool Youngsters, the Parents as Teachers Program, and public school preschool and other programs, and conduct other activities, such as parent resource centers, that encourage and support parents in more fully participating in the education of their children.  For middle and high schools, a plan for coordination with feeder schools to assist parents with the transition from middle school to high school.  

Describe:  Not Applicable


LEAs and schools shall ensure that information related to school and parent programs, meetings, and other activities is sent to the parents of participating children in a format and, to the extent practicable, in a language the parents can understand.

Describe:  Information will be provided in English and Spanish, and accommodations will be made upon request in any other Language as needed.


In carrying out the parental involvement requirements, the LEA and school, to the extent practicable, shall provide full opportunities for the participation of parents with limited English proficiency, parents with disabilities, and parents of migratory children, including providing information and school reports required under section 1111 in a format and, to the extent practicable, in a language such parents understand.

Describe:  RMHS will ensure compliance with all state and federal laws regarding services.  Parents will be provided with proper notification of meetings in a timely manner.


LEAs and schools may adopt and implement model approaches to improving parental involvement.

Describe:  All parent involvement nights will comply with the district model for parent involvement.


LEAs and schools may adopt appropriate roles for community-based organizations and businesses in parent involvement activities.

Describe:  The leadership, SIP, MTSS, and CIS teams will work in conjunction to share information with parents about community-based programs that can further assist the school and student.


Parents may be involved in the development of training for teachers, principals, and other educators to improve the effectiveness of such training.

Describe:  Parents will be trained to become co-facilitators of the parent curriculum (Si4)


If the LEA has exhausted all other reasonably available sources of funding, Title I funds may be used to provide necessary literacy training.

Describe:  Not Applicable


Title I or Local funds may be used to pay reasonable and necessary expenses associated with local parental involvement activities, including transportation and childcare costs, to enable parents to participate in school-related meetings and training sessions.

Describe:  Not Applicable


LEAs and schools may train parents to enhance the involvement of other parents.

Describe:   Parents will be trained to become co-facilitators of the parent curriculum (Si4)


LEAs and schools may arrange school meetings at a variety of times, or conduct in-home conferences between teachers or other educators who work directly with participating children, with parents who are unable to attend such conferences at school, in order to maximize parental involvement and participation.

Describe:  Social Workers, the Dean of Students, and administrators will conduct home visits as needed.  Parents are encouraged to visit the school for parent/teacher/administrator/student meetings as well.


District parental advisory councils may be established to provide advice on all matters related to parental involvement in schools.

Describe:  RMHS has asked and recommended two parents to participate in the parent advisory council with the district.



Nash County Public Schools 2022-2023 School Year

School-Parent-Student Compact

Nash County Public Schools is committed to providing each student with the tools necessary to successfully meet the challenges they will face in a diverse world. NCPS understands that our families, school staff, and community create the educational environment necessary to accomplish this task. As a result, we have developed this compact to be read, agreed to, and distributed to our entire school family. We ask that you promise to do this by signing and dating the portion of the compact that applies to you.






It is important that I be successful in school. Therefore, I will do the following:


Attend school regularly and be on time.


Have high expectations for myself.


Have a positive attitude towards self, others, school, and learning.


Know and obey all school and class rules and be respectful to others.


Work as hard as I can on my school assignments.


Ask for help when I need help.



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It is important that all children are successful in school. I will work with my child to impact his/her learning by doing the following:


My child will attend school regularly and be on time.


Have high expectations for my child.


Support the school's efforts to maintain proper discipline.


Provide a place for my child to study and make sure that schoolwork is done.


Talk and work with the school and teachers to support my child's learning.






Parent/Guardian Signature

















It is important that your child be successful in school. Therefore, I will do the following:


Maintain high expectations for each learner.


Respect and encourage each student.


Model positive school behavior.


Provide motivating and interesting learning experiences in my classroom

to support student learning.


Establish communication with parents to discuss student progress, goals, and grading system.


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