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Family engagement resources, Community resources, and opportunities

Family Engagement Resources

Parents may find resources on the Family & Community Engagement site detailing opportunities to become involved in their child's school. (Visit the Family and Community  Engagement site)

Communication between school and home, parent and teacher, is very important to us. You may use Parent Portal to follow your child's progress on a daily basis, or use SchoolMessenger to keep informed of school and district announcements via telephone, web, or email.

Community Resources

The Knoxville area has many private and civic groups and organizations that offer their resources and talents to help provide a better education for our children and to meet the new, higher standards.

Knoxville Chamber of Commerce
Is your child using the Internet safely? Here are tips, links to help
Today, many students in Knox County Schools have access to the Internet not only at school but also at home. This a good way for students to enhance their learning because the Internet holds such a vast amount of information, and the Internet brings together people from all over the world. However, these very same aspects are reasons for teachers and parents to worry about what their students do on the Internet and what kind of people they might meet. (Internet Safety)


Resources for parents may be found in Instructional Programs

Parents looking for resources to help their student in school may find links to helpful resources in the "Instructional Programs" section of the KCS website where each academic area is represented.   Additional resources may also be available on your student's individual classroom website. Access these by visiting your student's school site. GOAL 3:
ENGAGED PARENTS AND COMMUNITY
The Knox County Schools, parents and extended families must partner in the education of our children.  Schools and educators cannot go it alone.  It is the obligation of the Knox County Schools to provide parents with the opportunities and the tools to be meaningfully engaged in the education of their children.  Just as parents are critical collaborators in our educational efforts, community partners, businesses, higher education, citizens, and taxpayers are important players in supporting our instructional efforts.

 
OBJECTIVE I:
Engage Parents and Our Community in Education
o    Build Family Educational Efficacy
o    Fully Implement Family Friendly Schools District-wide
o    Communicate More Effectively with Parents and the  Community
o    Develop a System to Broadly Identify and Coordinate Volunteer Opportunities

OBJECTIVE II:
Create and Embrace Meaningful Partnership
o    Restructure the Great Schools Partnership as a Local Education Fund
o    Build Family Capacity Using Social Service Partnerships
o    Coordinate Focused District Partnerships
            

Frequently Used Links
Follow your student's grades, attendance and more online


Food, Nutrition, Lunch
Note: One page menus for each month can be downloaded from the online weekly menu.
Menus



Cafeteria Payments online
Free/Reduced Lunch Application
 
Snack and Party Items


Support Organizations

Calendars

2013-14 Calendar
Athletics (Middle/High School)

Transportation

Transportation Department

 
   Information about safety
    school zones, bus stops
    and transportation policies


Feeder Schools
    Enter your address to find school zone. Current zones and zones beginning 2013-14 are available now.
Ready Made Maps - Frequently requested maps designed for printing
 Enter your address to find bus stop service near you.

Maps of School Zones Interactive maps from. Use this link to view general maps of elementary, middle and high school zones.
Internet Safety

KCS Internet Safety Site
Teachers, parents, and students will find multiple resources at this site to encourage safe use of the Internet both at school and at home.
Student Policies

Reports
Forms
Testing

Be Involved
Read With Me

The Read With Me program is designed to help our children be successful.  Volunteers spend one hour a week reading with children in 1st through 3rd grade classrooms. 

 

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