Participate in School Related Activities
I give my consent for my son/daughter to participate in all school related activities. The school personnel will do within their power to safeguard the health and well being of the student to participate in all school activities, but are not responsible for accidents beyond their control. In case of any accident or illness while the student is participating or in route to participate in a school activity, I give my permission and signed consent to emergency medical care, including emergency dental or minor surgery, if such procedures become necessary, while the studentis under jurisdiction of the Little Wound School.
I give the proper authorities/personnel of Little Wound School the authority to acquire all necessary documents from various departments and agencies that are required to attend Little Wound School.
I agree to the standard and normal practice that students are able to see a counselor, when it becomes necessary. for Little Wound School to provide any counseling session deemed necessary for my son/daughter.
All photographers taking photographs on school property or of school events or students work must obtain a signed release form from any student or staff member who is visibly recognizable in the photograph. Crowd scenes where no single person is the dominant feature are exempt.
These rules governs photographs intended for use in any school publication of marketing or a public relations nature, such as newsletters, brochures, yearbooks, promotional items, or other such material, including photographs used on the web. These rules are not in effect when photographs are taken of news events, but photographs taken for news purposes requires a release for reuse in marketing materials.
Internet User Agreement
I grant permission for my son or daughter to access networked computer services such as electronic mail on the Internet. I understand that individuals and families may be held liable for violations. I accept full responsibility for child’s use of the Internet.
Participate in Lakota Ceremonies
I give my consent for my child to participate in Lakota ceremonies; Inipi (sweat lodge), smudging/songs.
Little Wound School, and the parents of the students participating in activities, services, and programs funded by Title I, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) (participating children), agree that this compact outlines how the parents, the entire school staff , and the students will share the responsibility for improved student academic achievement and the means by which the school and parents will build and develop a partnership that will help children achieve the State’s high standards. Working together, teachers, parents, and students will form a partnership to help each child achieve success in school. Our united effort will benefit your child by supporting their success in school.
School Responsibilities - Little Wound School will support our students in the following ways:
1. Providing high-quality curriculum and instruction in a supportive and effective learning environment that enables the participating children to meet the State’s student academic achievement standards as follows:
a. Providing a positive learning environment for all students.
b. Making our students aware of the expectations for his or her success in school.
c. Teaching strategies to help our students become better readers, writers, and thinkers.
d. Encouraging our students to read outside of school every day.
e. Developing, adopting, and delivering high-quality programs and curriculum, which are based on research and best practices, and are aligned with the State adopted standards.
2. Holding parent-teacher conferences, during which the strategies and practices within this compact will be discussed as they relate to the individual child’s achievement and continued progress.
a. Providing parents with frequent reports on their children’s progress.
b. Providing parents reasonable access to staff.
c. Provide materials and training to help parents work with their children
Parent Responsibilities - Parents are encouraged to support their children’s learning in the following ways:
a. Sending your children to school ready to learn.
b. Making your children aware of your expectations for their success in school
b. Providing a quiet place for your children to do homework; and checking to see that it is finished.
c. Encourage your children to read every day, outside of school.
d. Monitoring attendance.
e. Volunteering in your children’s classroom, to the extent able.
f. Participating, as appropriate, in decisions relating to your children’s education.
g. Staying informed about your children’s education and communicating with the school by reading all notices from the school, provided through electronic means, or received by mail, and responding, as appropriate.
Student Responsibilities - Students share the responsibility to improve their individual academic achievement and achieve the State’s high standards. Students are able to share in the responsibility for their learning by:
a. Coming to school ready to learn, and always doing your best in school.
b. Doing your homework every day and ask for help when we need to.
c. Reading for at least 30 minutes every day outside of school time.
d. Give parents, or guardians, all notices and information received from our school every day.