What Parents Need to Know
Registration for the Parent Portal continues. You must register at your child's school and provide a valid photo ID to the Portal Registration Clerk. The school will provide you an account number and PIN on a printout with instructions on how to activate your account from the Internet. For more details about the Parent Portal, please click on the following links:
SOCIAL WORK SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE TO HELP
School Social Workers are available to students and families with various needs. These needs could include issues with school, home, the community, health concerns, and relationship issues. Each public school in Marion County has a School Social Worker and Social Work Assistant available for assistance. We are here to help students effectively utilize the educational opportunities available while maximizing potential for growth and learning.
The ways in which school social workers can assist students and their families are endless. For a student to be successful, regular and consistent attendance at school must be a priority. School social workers and social work assistants are available to assist with chronic absenteeism and help students and families addressing these issues. To further assist with absenteeism, the Truancy Intervention Partnership Program (TIPP) was developed. This particular program is a co-operative effort between the Marion County Public School Board and the State Attorney’s Office to provide prevention and intervention to students and their families who are experiencing difficulties with regular school attendance. For additional information please call 671-6870.
Your child’s teacher is available to meet with you between 7:15-7:35 each morning as well as after school from 2:50-3:50 pm. Please contact the school at 671-6370 if you have any questions or wish to schedule a conference.
Wyomina is a Title 1 School; You may preview a copy of the District Parent Involvement Plan in the Front Office at our school.
Wyomina Park Elementary School has a Title I School-Wide Program in place. Seventy-five percent of our students are eligible for Free/Reduced lunch which qualifies us to participate in a School-Wide Project. Title I is the largest federally funded program for education under the No Child Left Behind Act. The goal of No Child Left Behind is to raise the achievement levels of ALL children to meet the state's academic standards. To assist us in meeting this goal, Title I funds are allocated to our school. These funds may be used to offer additional services to help all students in the classroom by providing extra teachers and/or teacher assistants, additional learning time through before/after school and summer programs, and/or extra resources, such as equipment, computers, and learning materials to improve the reading, writing, and math performance of our students.
Last spring, our SAC committee wrote our School Improvement Plan which included how our Title I funds would be used this school year. All parents are encouraged to be a part of the planning, review, and improvement programs funded through Title I.
Annual Title 1 Presentation:
Click on the appropriate link to view the 2020-21 Annual Title 1 Presentation
The John M. MckKay Scholarship fund was created to provide educational options to parents of students with disabilities.
Click here for information regarding State and District Assessments for MCPS Online students.