Parent-School Learning Compact

Parent-School Learning Compact 
Naaman Forest High School

Diverse Community, Shared Vision, Exceptional Education

Parent Responsibilities

  • Know what my child should learn and know at grade level and how I, as a parent, can help my child learn.
  • Explore magnet school options and advanced placement classes with teacher or counselor.
  • Communicate regularly with my child’s teacher in order to know how my child is doing.
  • Make sure my child attends school every day on time.
  • Inform teacher if my child is having difficulty with homework or is having difficulty in school.
  • Attend parent conferences, PTA meetings, and parent education workshops.
  • Provide necessary supplies to help my child be prepared for school and be able to complete assignments.
  • Be an active parent/guardian and volunteer in my child’s class or at my child’s school.


Parent Signature ______________________________________Date______/_______/_______

Student Responsibilities

  • Help create a safe environment by following school rules.
  • Follow the dress code policy.
  • Come to school on time and prepared with supplies, books, and homework.
  • Attend before and after school tutoring if I have difficulty with assignments.
  • Be ready to learn every day.
  • Demonstrate respect for my principal, teachers, school staff members, and other students.

Student Signature ______________________________________Date______/_______/_______

School/Teacher Responsibilities

  • Provide a high quality curriculum and research based instructional practice to equip students to be successful both academically and for life.
  • Create a learning environment where students feel safe, respected, and nurtured in order for healthy student-to-student relationships and healthy teacher-to-student relationships exist.
  • Provide two-way communication with parent/guardian and child concerning “what” student should learn and know at grade level and “how” to engage parent’s in child’s education.
  • Communicate with parent/guardian regularly on ways to help their child learn.
  • Expect and challenge all students to learn at rigorous, high level of thinking and make connections with learning to real world applications.
  • Seek resources and assistance for a child who is struggling with learning or having difficulty in school.
  • Cover what students must know by the end of the year.

Teacher Signature ______________________________________Date______/_______/_______