School-Parent Compact

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A School-Parent Compact for Achievement is an agreement developed jointly by parents, students and teachers that follows the federal guidelines as stated in the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). The compact explains how parents and teachers will collaborate to make sure all students reach or exceed grade-level standards.


We are committed to:

  • Helping parents understand what children are learning and doing in their classrooms by inviting parents to parent nights to highlight the curriculum,1st quarter parent teacher conferences at the end of first quarter, student led conferences at the end of the third quarter and having an open door policy for parents to conference with administrators and teachers regarding their child's performance.
  • Supporting parent participation in learning activities by inviting parents to sit in their child's classes for observations.
  • Providing several methods for regular teacher-parent communication, so that parents are kept up-to-date on their child (ren)’s progress
  • Ensuring that the language and format of the School-Parent Compact and other information regarding school activities are family-friendly by translating the compact in languages that are spoken by our students and parents, providing soft and hard copies of the compact and using common and simple language that everyone can understand.
  • Providing parents the opportunity in developing and revising the school compact by posting the draft of the compact on our school website and asking for parent input over a week's period.


As parents and family members invested in the education of our children, we promise to:

  • Be responsible for supporting our children’s learning at school by arriving to school and class on time and prepared for learning.
  • Be responsible for supporting our children’s learning at home by making sure that your child completes all assignments.



As students who want a first-class education, we promise to:

  • Be responsible and take ownership of learning at school by actively engaging in all tasks in the classroom
  • Be responsible and take ownership of learning at home by committing to study at home, completing all homework assignments and read daily for at least 30 minutes.


We value our partnerships with all stakeholders and are proud of the many opportunities available for parents to be actively involved in the school and activities to support their child. This year, families will be invited to:

  • In August, our school will host a "Walk the schedule" which will provide an opportunity for parents to visit their child’s classroom.
  • In October and March, our school will host Parent teacher conferences and "Student Led Conference" night, and families will have an opportunity to conference with their child’s teachers and children. Parents will also have an opportunity to set up a time to conference with the teacher.
  • In December and April, our school will host a “Curriculum Night.” Parents will have an opportunity to walk the schedule and learn about the curriculum that their child is learning during this school year.
  • In May, parents will be invited to volunteer to proctor for end of the year testing.


Lexington Middle School is committed to providing a rigorous curriculum in a safe, orderly, and nurturing environment that will promote a passion for learning through collaboration, academic support, differentiated instruction, and community involvement.