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Legacy Preparatory Academy’s Principles of Parent-School Success

Legacy Preparatory Academy’s principles of parent-school success:
  • Make certain my child attends school regularly and on time with the benefit of enough rest and a good healthy breakfast.
  • Attend Parent-Teacher Conferences, monitor my child’s grades online, and communicate with my child’s teacher to ensure his/her academic success.
  • Look through my child’s planner each night, reviewing and signing his/her planner, assisting him/her with organization, and positively discussing his/ her homework
  • Provide an environment in the home that enables my child to engage in scholarly pursuits on a daily basis by setting up a specific time in a quiet place with necessary tools and assistance to study and by being an example of a lifelong learner
  • Encourage positive attitudes toward school by speaking with good purpose about school.
  • Support the school and staff in maintaining proper discipline.
  • We encourage you to volunteer in the classroom and/or school activities.

Student Responsibilities- I want to learn, therefore I will:
  • Attend school regularly and on time.
  • Complete assignments, homework and reading requirements.
  • Bring my Learning Plan, homework, docket, and supplies to school each day
  • Work to the best of my ability
  • Be positive and work cooperatively with classmates, teachers and staff.
  • Respect myself, other people, and my school.
  • Follow all school rules.
  • Accept responsibility for my actions.

Teacher Responsibilities- It is important that my student achieve, therefore I will:
  • Hold high expectations for all students and foster their innate curiosity and desire to learn.
  • Enthusiastically provide high-quality instruction in a supportive and positive environment.
  • Provide meaningful homework that reinforces skills and concepts taught in class and develops good study skills and habits.
  • Explicitly teach each student in each setting what behaviors are expected and what behaviors are appropriate.
  • Communicate regularly through the school website, Parent-Teacher Conferences, emails, newsletters, progress reports, etc.
  • Provide opportunities for parents to assist in the classroom in meaningful ways and to observe classroom activities.

Administrative Responsibilities- I support student achievement, therefore I will:
  • Provide an equitable learning environment for all students.
  • Invite all parents to share in enriching student education.
  • Provide curriculum and instructional training that follows the classical education model.