Ensuring rigorous, relevant learning experiences that result in high achievement for all our students
The Mission of Compass Charter Middle School is to promote critical thinking and creativity, strong academic skills and a commitment to creating lifelong learners. The school will empower students through high intellectual and conduct standards -- building on their promise, as they prepare for high school, careers and citizenship.
WHO SHOULD APPLY?
Any child, in grades 5-8, who feels they are struggling in the regular classroom, is in danger of failing their current grade or who has been retained in one of their elementary or middle school years.
WHAT DOES COMPASS HAVE TO OFFER MY CHILD?
|•||Smaller class sizes (25)|
|•||Weekly progress reports|
|•||A focus on changing habits|
|•||Teaching study skills|
|•||Better community involvement|
|•||Educational field trips|
|•||Integration of technology in the classroom|
|•||"Hands-On" classroom activities|
|•||Opportunity for mid-year promotion (available to select students)|
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Guidance Counselor, Olivia Hazell, at 519 - 8702 or email at email@example.com
|•||My Lunch Money|
|•||School Accountability Report|
|•||Parent Involvement Plan|
Parents: Please note that progress reports will be given to students each Thursday and are to be signed and returned to school by Friday EACH week. Students are given an extra day to return the forms if needed - by Monday, and are due at 9:00 a.m. on that day. If the report has been misplaced, a note may be sent by the parent or guardian.