Parents are a child's first teacher and a child's best advocate all through school. The following information is provided to help Schalmont parents be even more effective in both roles.
Schalmont parents can now sign up for Parent Today, a free, bimonthly e-newsletter that provides tools and information to help parents be even more engaged in their children's education. Learn more...
Schalmont is now offering a Parent Portal, which will provide registered parents/guardians with access to their particular students' attendance information by period, schedule, report card grades, progress reports, and more. Learn how to access and register for Parent Portal...
In order to continue strengthening the school-parent-community bond, Schalmont Central School District will be offering free programming throughout the year to district parents and residents. Learn More
Jefferson Elementary School is offering an Orientation Presentation for the parents of our kindergarten class of 2017-2018 on Tuesday, March 21, 2017, 6:30 p.m. Parents of eligible children are asked to contact the school at 355-1342, ext 5080 to receive the paperwork necessary to pre-register your child.
Access helpful information for parents of preschool-aged children, including details about preschool story hours in Schalmont, local preschools, the 1,000 Book Club and more.
"Let's Get STARTED!" is a kindergarten through twelfth-grade reading initiative designed to get Schalmont Talking And Reading Together Every Day with a focus on encouraging reading at home. Learn more
Attending school daily is vital to student learning. Every Student Present has tips and suggestions to help you get your child to school every day. learn more
A district-wide committee of teachers, administrators and parents established homework guidelines for the school district. View the guidelines.
The Dignity for All Students Act (DASA), which took effect July 1, 2012, is designed to help districts promote a positive school environment free from discrimination and harassment and to discourage and respond to incidents of discrimination and/or harassment on school property or at a school function. Download the board policy [PDF].
At least one employee in every school shall be designated as a DAC trained in methods to respond to human relations in the areas of race, color, weight, national origin, ethnic group, religion, religious practices, disability, sexual orientation, gender or sex.
Schalmont's 2016-17 Dignity Act Coodinators:
Access additional resources, including the district's process for reporting incidents.
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