ALL parents must login to PowerSchool to complete the Student Device Form and Family Protection Form.
Please complete if your student is feeling sick or if they have been exposed to COVID-19.
We are working as a collaboration with schools and community to establish a community focus on family and community engagement at our Fall Festival event.
Here is some information on student absenteeism as well as tips for parents to help their children understand that Every Day Matters.
The following PowerPoint of study skills for elementary students will help your learners soar academically.
Storybook Character Parade
How exciting! Check out our school calendar for the month of November!
Join us for a night under the stars as we share ways to encourage reading at home, reading resources and fun treats!
Join us on November 9, 2022 for a Back to School event hosted by the wonderful members of the Elk's Lodge. Free school supplies and hot dog dinners for families in attendance.
Join us for a night of fun, games, and ways to be involved. Materials will be provided to better assist your children in reading, math, science, social studies and technology.
Parents have a responsibility to know how their children are doing in school, use these tips to make your child’s education a top priority.
Click here to review a copy of our Family School Action Plan.
In case you've missed it- here is a recording of our Title 1 Annual Meeting!
As we prepare for our e-Learning day on Friday, September 2nd, we are asking ALL parents to login to PowerSchool to complete the Student Device Form and Family Protection Form.
Super parents, we need YOU!
Join us for our Annual Title I Meeting to discuss the Title I program and help build family engagement, support and awareness at Largo-Tibet! We hope to see you there.
The school-parent compact is a written agreement between teachers and parents and provides an opportunity to create new partnerships in your school community.
We believe parents are full partners in their child's education and we encourage you to view our policy and provide suggestions and ideas for improvement.
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