What is a School-Parent Compact?

A School-Parent Compact for Achievement is an agreement that parents, students and teachers develop together to make sure all our students reach grade level standards.

Effective compacts:

Jointly Developed

The parents, students and staff of SCE developed this School-Parent Compact for Achievement.  Teachers suggested home lome learning strategies, parents added ideas to make them more specific and students told us what would help them learn.  Meetings are held each year to review the Compact and make needed changes, Parents are welcome to contribute comments at any time.

If you would like to volunteer, observe or participate contact Kara Ramsey @ kararamsey@walkerschools.org

Activities to Build Partnerships

Annual Title l Meeting

August 30th,2018


Video is available

Communication about Student Learning

Stone Creek Elementary School is committed to frequent two-way communication with families about children’s learning.  Some ways you can expect us to reach you are:

School-Parent Compact

For Achievement

For student Success


Revised 9/26/18

Stone Creek Elementary School

Brandon Mosgrove



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Our Goals for Student Achievement

District Goal- “By May 2020, Increase by 9% the number of students performing at or above proficiency in English Language Arts in grades 3-8 as measured by the Georgia Milestones End of the Grade Assessment.”


        * Stone Creek will increase percentage of 3rd grade students reading on 3rd grade Lexile level by 10% as measured by growth from FY18 Milestone to FY19 Milestone results.

Teacher / School Responsibilities

        In the classroom, the teachers will work with students and their families to support students’ success in all subject areas.  Some of our key connections with families will be:

Family Responsibilities

In order for my child to succeed, I will do the following at home with my child.

Students Responsibilities

As a student of SCE I will do my best to succeed in my reading and math goals.