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<ul><li><p>Rubric for Back To School Night This Rubric for Back To School Night can be used to identify levels of family engagement at a school. </p><p>(SFUSD Family Engagement Standards addressed in this rubric are: Linked to Learning and Supporting Strong Relationships.) </p><p>8/16/16 Page 1 of 3 </p><p>Core values: </p><p> Schools welcome and respect families, build community among diverse family populations, and actively engage family members to resolve </p><p> conflicts and repair harm. </p><p> Families are encouraged and supported to be involved in their childrens learning at home and at school. </p><p>Opportunities </p><p>BASIC </p><p>This is a starting place: </p><p>Baseline expectation. </p><p>GROWING </p><p>This is intentional and expanded </p><p>planning/programming/resource allocation </p><p>THRIVING </p><p>This is high-level engagement, with </p><p>integrated programming and some </p><p>attention to sustainability </p><p>Su</p><p>pp</p><p>ort</p><p>ing</p><p> Str</p><p>on</p><p>g R</p><p>ela</p><p>tio</p><p>nsh</p><p>ips </p><p>1. Notification of event is given </p><p>in advance and translated </p><p>into multiple languages </p><p>based on student </p><p>population. </p><p>2. Welcome signage are </p><p>posted in the schools </p><p>entryway. </p><p>3. Sign in sheets are available </p><p>in each classroom. </p><p>1. Notification of event is given multiple </p><p>times, beginning a month in advance </p><p>and translated into multiple </p><p>languages. Personal invitations are </p><p>given by teachers to families. </p><p>2. Welcome signage in all languages and </p><p>directions to classrooms are posted </p><p>inside and outside the school. </p><p>3. Sign in sheet are available in each </p><p>classroom. Contact information is </p><p>exchanged between teacher and </p><p>families. </p><p>1. Notification of event is given multiple </p><p>times beginning a month in advance and </p><p>translated into multiple languages using </p><p>different communication methods such </p><p>as: Face to face, school messenger, </p><p>school loop, personal phone reminders </p><p>are made. </p><p>2. Welcome signage in all languages and </p><p>directions to classroom are posted. Staff </p><p>is in the entryway welcoming parents. </p><p>3. Teacher creates an email/text group to </p><p>share classroom information. If needed, </p><p>translated hard copies will be available </p><p>for families. </p></li><li><p>Rubric for Back To School Night This Rubric for Back To School Night can be used to identify levels of family engagement at a school. </p><p>(SFUSD Family Engagement Standards addressed in this rubric are: Linked to Learning and Supporting Strong Relationships.) </p><p>8/16/16 Page 2 of 3 </p><p>For tools to Support Strong Relationships click here: </p><p>Opportunities </p><p>BASIC </p><p>This is a starting place: </p><p>Baseline expectation. </p><p>GROWING </p><p>This is intentional and expanded </p><p>planning/programming/resource allocation </p><p>THRIVING </p><p>This is high-level engagement, with </p><p>integrated programming and some </p><p>attention to sustainability </p><p>Su</p><p>pp</p><p>ort</p><p>ing</p><p> Str</p><p>on</p><p>g R</p><p>ela</p><p>tio</p><p>nsh</p><p>ips </p><p>4. Interpretation provided for the </p><p>welcoming of families by a </p><p>bilingual staff. </p><p>5. All teachers attend Back to </p><p>School Night and are accessible </p><p>to families. </p><p>6. Families are able to visit </p><p>classrooms and receive </p><p>classroom information. </p><p>4. Interpretation is provided for the </p><p>welcoming of families and in classroom </p><p>presentations by SFUSD translation and </p><p>interpretation department. </p><p>5. All teachers and support staff attend </p><p>Back to school Night, are introduced, </p><p>and are accessible to families. </p><p>6. Families are able to visit classrooms, </p><p>receive classroom information and are </p><p>able to interface with teacher. </p><p>7. School tours are offered. </p><p>8. Emergency Cards, Meal Forms, etc. are </p><p>available and support is provided to </p><p>complete forms. </p><p>9. Childcare is provided and snacks are </p><p>offered in classrooms. </p><p>4. Interpretation is provided for the </p><p>welcoming of families and in </p><p>classroom presentations by SFUSD </p><p>translation and interpretation </p><p>department. All materials are </p><p>translated. </p><p>5. All teachers, support staff, </p><p>and community partners attend Back </p><p>to School Night, are introduced, and </p><p>are accessible to families. </p><p>6. Families are able to visit classrooms, </p><p>receive classroom information and </p><p>are able to interface with teachers. </p><p>Extra time is provided for families to </p><p>ask questions. </p><p>7. School tours are offered. </p><p>8. Emergency Cards, Meal Forms, etc. </p><p>are available and support is provided </p><p>to complete forms. </p><p>9. Childcare and dinner is provided. </p></li><li><p>Rubric for Back To School Night This Rubric for Back To School Night can be used to identify levels of family engagement at a school. </p><p>(SFUSD Family Engagement Standards addressed in this rubric are: Linked to Learning and Supporting Strong Relationships.) </p><p>8/16/16 Page 3 of 3 </p><p>For tools to support Linked to Learning click here: </p><p>Opportunities BASIC </p><p>This is a starting place: </p><p>Baseline expectation. </p><p>GROWING </p><p>This is intentional and expanded </p><p>planning/programming/resource allocation </p><p>THRIVING </p><p>This is high-level engagement, with </p><p>integrated programming and some </p><p>attention to sustainability </p><p>Lin</p><p>ke</p><p>d T</p><p>o L</p><p>ea</p><p>rnin</p><p>g </p><p>1. Families are given a </p><p>school year event </p><p>calendar. </p><p>2. School creates a site </p><p>resource </p><p>list/brochure. </p><p>1. School Year Event Calendar with </p><p>description and contact of </p><p>chairperson. </p><p>2. School Resource List/Brochure: </p><p>Support staff are introduces to </p><p>school community. </p><p>3. Class Syllabus is available for </p><p>families. </p><p>4. Family Volunteer opportunities in </p><p>and out of classroom are </p><p>presented. </p><p>5. Student Lead: Students are aware </p><p>of and understand expectations </p><p>and goals </p><p>1. School Year Event Calendar with description, </p><p>contact person, and opportunity to volunteer. </p><p>2. School has a mini resource fair where families </p><p>can access information regarding on and off site </p><p>and out of school resources. </p><p>3. Class Syllabus is presented and aligned to goals </p><p>for the year. Tools for at home support are </p><p>provided (Make &amp; Take). </p><p>4. Families present, explain, and recruit volunteer </p><p>opportunities in and out of the classroom. </p><p>5. Student Lead: Students are aware of and </p><p>understand expectations and goals. Family, </p><p>student, and teacher create at home support </p><p>strategies. </p><p>6. Different schedules for grade levels are created </p><p>so families with multiple children have an </p><p>opportunity to go to each childs class. </p></li></ul>