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Title I Parent Involvement

Parents Right to Know

August 05, 2021

Yá’á’t’ééh Amá, Azhé’é, Da’niséhí (Greeting Parents & Guardians),

Rock Point Community School (RPCS) receives funds under Title I of the Every Student Succeeds Act, the education law of the United States. Under this law, RPCS is required to notify parents of their right-to-know information about the professional qualifications of your child’s teachers.

You are allowed to request the following information about your child’s teachers and the school must respond appropriately in a timely manner:

 ‘‘(i) Whether the student’s teacher— (ESEA, Section 1112(e) (1) (A-B))

‘‘(I) has met State qualification and licensing criteria for the grade levels and subject areas in which the teacher provides instruction;

‘‘(II) is teaching under emergency or other provisional status through which State qualification or licensing criteria have been waived; and

‘‘(III) is teaching in the field of discipline of the certification of the teacher.

‘‘(ii) Whether the child is provided services by paraprofessionals and, if so, their qualifications.

You also have the right-to-know the level of achievement and academic growth of your child on state academic assessment.

Further, you also have the right-to-know if your child is assigned for four consecutive weeks, a teacher that does not meet minimum state certification or licensure requirements.

If you have questions regarding this letter, please stop by the school and talk with our Family Partnership Coordinator. Thank you!

Enrollment Registration SY 2024-2025

New Families - Email Link for NEW FAMILIES (new to RPCS) completing enrollment from their home location. A link will be emailed to you where you may begin the enrollment process.

NEW FAMILIES - Kiosk - For NEW FAMILIES (new to RPCS) being assisted on-site.

Annual Update for CONTINUING FAMILIES SY 24-25 Enrollment - Your children were enrolled in RPCS in previous years and are continuing at RPCS. You will use Campus Parent app or website. You will need your login credentials.

Family Partnership Program

Student Parent School Compact SY 22-23

Homeless Education Program Policy

Students of homeless individuals and unaccompanied homeless youth (youth not in the physical custody of a parent/guardian) residing in the Rock Point Community School district shall have equal access to the public-school educational programs and services, which allows them to meet the same challenging state academic standards to which all students are held. Homeless students and youth are not required to attend a separate school or program for homeless students and will not be stigmatized by school personnel. 

Family Partnership Program Policy

Rock Point School District and its governing board honors the diversity of families and recognizes the important role parents, guardians and families play in the education of their children.

Multiple studies show that positive parental involvement is essential to student achievement, therefore RPCS encourages such involvement and collaboration, to increase student achievement.