What is a Home-School Involvement Compact?
The Home-School Involvement Compact states the goals and responsibilities of both the guardian and school (teacher) that are necessary in order to provide a quality education for all students. Home-School Involvement Compacts are agreements between the school (teachers) and the home (parents/guardians) that describe the responsibilities of each party, including the student, if desired. Home-School Involvement Compacts should have a place for both, or all, parties to sign. In a school-wide program, the compact goes out to all parents/guardians. Each Title I school in the district has a Home-School Involvement Compact that is distributed to guardians. The Home-School Involvement Compact is developed with input from Title I parents/guardians. It is reviewed and updated annually.