Grissom Middle School Parent Resource Page

A Guide to Report Cards:

GRISSOM SCHOOL-WIDE TITLE I SCHOOL

Grissom is a school-wide Title I school.  By achieving this status, Grissom will continue to receive money from the federal government that will benefit the entire student population.  The money we receive is used for programs and supplies that will increase student achievement.

 

IN COMPLIANCE WITH FEDERAL LAW

Under Federal law, you as parents may request the following specific information about the professional qualifications of your children’s teachers:

Whether the teacher has met the state qualifications/licensing for their grade level/subjects.

  1. Whether the teacher is on a temporary permit or waiver.
  2. The teacher’s majors, graduate certificates/degrees, and discipline fields
  3. Paraprofessional services and qualifications.

For further information, please call Joseph Konal at 586-698-4310.

Websites of Interest:

Protect MI Child
Are your children safe while online? Michigan families, especially minors, are becoming inundated with advertisements from alcohol, tobacco, pornography and gambling marketers through different internet and cell phone in boxes. Thankfully, the State of Michigan offers a free program to stop adult advertisements from reaching e-mails, mobile phones (text messaging ads) and instant messenger IDs. The Michigan Child Protection Registry is a free do-not-contact service for Michigan’s families and schools and can be located at www.protectmichild.com.

Michigan Cyber Safety Initiative (CSI) Parent Resources

This web page houses Cyber Safety Resources for parents who want to help keep their children safe when using the computer.  The web page is sponsored by the Michigan Attorney General's Office.

Sterling Heights Police Citizen Observer

CitizenObserver is a web based notification toolset for law enforcement that enables citizens to receive and respond to text, email, and web alerts from your agency.

Alerts: Using CitizenObserver, your agency can send outbound messages to targeted public and private groups via email and text message.

Publishing: Alerts are posted to the web and can be published to your agency website, Google maps and social networks like Facebook automatically via RSS feed. Tips: tip411 enables the public to text an anonymous tip that can be responded to by authorized personnel in your agency.

Care of Macomb
Community assessment referral and education to support individuals and families through a network of substance abuse, mental health and employee assistance services.

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