Back-to-school-time-for Worsham parents

The air of excellence at Worsham Elementary School, a state Exemplary school for seven years and a fully funded Title I campus, was swarming with exuberant parents on August 29. Nearly 100 parents were not deterred by the rainy weather from attending the WHAT IS TITLE I? PARENT ORIENTATION conducted by Title I Teachers Connie Jones and Van Johnson. From 8:30-10:30 am. it was BACK-TO-SCHOOL TIME FOR PARENTS!

Norma Leza, our new principal, greeted and paid homage to the parents as she emphasized the parents’ vital role in helping their children to be focused, successful learners. Along with new assistant principal Kristin Cooks, Norma Leza encouraged the parents to be active, involved, and visible partners in the educational climate at Worsham.

Connie Jones and Van Johnson presented the Title 1 School-Parent Compact and stressed ways to integrate home and school responsibilities to ensure that every child achieves a quality education.

The parents committed themselves to being active stakeholders in their children’s education. Hearty refreshments were served.

The air of excellence increased at Worsham as the parents accepted the charge of active stakeholders in their children’s education. The parents’ ongoing commitment and involvement will be crucial factors in maintaining the exemplary status of Worsham Elementary for the eighth consecutive year.