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Parent-Family Input Procedures

The 2022-2023 district input opportunity window is now closed.  Please check back beginning July 1, 2022, to provide input for school year 2023-2024.
 
We value your feedback!  Please take a moment to complete the Glynn County School System Parent and Community Stakeholder Input Survey to help us plan for school year 2022-2023:
 
English version:  Click HERE
Versión en español: Haga clic AQUÍ
 
Or, if you'd prefer, we also have virtual and in-person input meeting opportunities available!
 
1.  Virtual Meeting (via Google Meet):  Wednesday, March 2, 2022 - 1:00 pm

     Google Meet Login Information:

     Video call link: https://meet.google.com/bim-kfku-pir

     Or dial: ‪(US) +1 507-384-9946

     PIN: ‪106 734 692#

 

2. In-Person Meeting:  Monday, March 7, 2022 - 5:30 pm at Burroughs-Molette Elementary School

 

 

Can't make it to the meetings?  No problem!  Watch the meeting informational presentation and provide your comments on the input feedback form!  

 

Informational Presentation

Input Feedback Form

 

Additional files are posted below for ease of access!

 

Whether you participate in a meeting, watch the informational presentation, or complete the online survey, we want to thank you for providing the Glynn County School System with your feedback as we plan for school year 2022-2023!

 

 

 

PARENT-FAMILY and STAKEHOLDER INPUT PROCEDURES AT THE SCHOOL and DISTRICT LEVEL: 

A. Under the Title I Grant, input is required annually* from family, educational, and community stakeholders at the district level for the Georgia Department of Education's Consolidated Application for funding comprised of: 

  1. The District Comprehensive Needs Assessment (CNA)
  2. The District Improvement Plan (CLIP)
  3. The District Title I Parent and Family Engagement Plan 
  4. The District Foster Care Transportation Plan

Parents, grandparents, caretakers of children, and community stakeholders are encouraged to provide their suggestions, feedback and input into numerous aspects of the educational process of the Glynn County School System (Local Education Agency - LEA). 

 

B. Individual schools are required to obtain input from the same audiences for the School Comprehensive Needs Assessment and Improvement Plan, including the School Title I budget and Parent and Family Engagement Plan.

 

*Surveys, input meetings, and event evaluations are promoted, collected, and tallied every spring for evaluating the current school year and to impact recommendations and to jointly develop documents for the coming year. The district online input surveys are available year-round (see links above).

 

For additional information or to submit your input regarding Title I Parent and Family Engagement, please contact Leslie C. Scarboro, Director of Federal Programs, at (912) 267-4100, ext. 1545 or through e-mail at [email protected].