POLICY FOR REQUESTING CLASS CHANGE
• If a teacher requests class change for a student, a conference must take place with the principal first, then with parent individually.
• Principal will schedule a conference with the parent and teacher where strategies/interventions will be developed as a team and implemented. Principal will monitor.
• If parent requests class change for student, same procedures must occur.
• The monitoring period will consist of 3 weeks.
• Post conference will take place individually with teacher and parent. Then principal, teacher and parent will meet as a group with the decision if the student is moved or not. Principal makes the final decision.
Parents, welcome to the new school year! We would like to introduce you to our New Student Information System,FOCUS
As part of the District’s goal to ensure effective, equitable, and efficient use of resources, Duval County Public Schools will be implementing Focus, a new Student Information System, at the beginning of the 2015-2016 school year. The district’s student information system allows parents to access grades, progress reports and attendance. Focus will serve parents/guardians, students, teachers and administrators.
- Parents/Guardians must register for a new Focus account to access student information. Schedules and data for the 15/16 school year will not be populated until the start of the school year, historical data will be loaded in late August.
· Technical Support for Parent and Guardian Accounts
· Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 844-744-9351 for account assistance.
- Parents, for additional information on FOCUS, go to the www.duvalschools.org, click on the “Parents” tab. On the left, click on the “Focus Grade Portal” link.
Welcome Parents, Students and Staff...
to the place where CREATIVITY begins and grows!We thank all the parents for entrusting your children to us, and allowing us to aid in the cultivation you your child's creativity. Fishweir Elementary School is a standards-based learning community where the individual needs of the student are assessed and the results are used to direct our instruction. The child-centered curriculum encourages children to grow academically and creatively. The academic and arts curriculum focuses on strengthening communication skills, fostering creative problem solving skills and enabling our students to exhibit exemplary interpersonal skills to become productive lifelong learners that will enrich their lives and our society.