Family Engagement

Research has shown that parental involvement is linked to better student performance. Consequently, Turner desires for every parent to be involved in their child's education. There are a myriad of ways parents can become involved including attending Title I Parent Advisory Council (PAC), Local School Advisory Council (LSAC), PTSA/PTA meetings, Business partners, attending curriculum-related parent meetings, volunteer opportunity, and working with the school principal, staff and other parents to jointly develop the school's Parent and Family Engagement Policy. In addition, you may be involved by expressing your opinion as you complete the annual parent survey sent home during March of each school year. Last year's results are here.

You can contact Mr. Franklin, principal, or your child's teacher to discover how you can get involved with your child's education. You can also visit the Parent Resource Center located in Learning Cottage #1 at Turner.

For more information about Title I and how you can support your child's success in school, read A Family's Guide to Title I (A Family's Guide to Title I is also available in Spanish here).

If you have suggestions to improve our Parent and Family Engagement Program, please contact Darron Franklin, principal, at 770.651.5512.

For a list of frequently used terms, definitions and abbreviations used in the Title I program, please click here.

For more Parent and Family Engagement information, please visit the Parent Engagement Section on the Georgia Department of Education website. Parents may also obtain the GOSA Report Card for TMS at this link: Report Card.

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