Registration for the 2014/15 school year will be held at Roscommon Elementary school on Wednesday April 30th from 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Registration is open to any child who will be:
>Preschool: 4 years old by October 1, 2014
>Kindergarten: 5 years old by October 1, 2014
To register your child, you will need to bring the following information:
- Birth Certificate (original birth certificate).
- Immunization Records
- 2 Proofs of Residency
- Social Security (Preschool only)
- Insurance or Medicaid Card (Preschool only)
- Proof of Income (Preschool only)
(2013 W-2’s, 2013 Federal Return, Documentation of Public Assistance)
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Pathways to Potential Comes to RES
WHAT IS PATHWAYS TO POTENTIAL?
The first role of the Pathways to Potential Program includes determining eligibility on site for: Cash assistance, Food benefits, Medicaid coverage, Day Care assistance, Emergency help (relocation, shut off notices, home repairs, etc). Megan Nagel will be the Student Success Worker who will run the Pathways to Potential Program. Megan’s number one focus is elimination of barriers for families through means of assistance programs available to low income families. She has access to many resources and can help in other ways. Just ask and Megan will do her very best to meet all reasonable needs for our Roscommon Elementary families.
Megan’s second role includes assisting Roscommon Elementary School in decreasing late and missed school days. The Pathways to Potential Program is here to reach out to families struggling with timeliness and coming to school on a regular basis. The Student Success Worker’s role is to reach out to identify and remove barriers in the home preventing good attendance. The overall program is to assist families in meeting overall needs and making sure children at Roscommon Elementary School are here regularly and ready to learn.
To communicate a need, stop by the office and ask for Megan Nagel or call her at 989.275.6610 or email her atNagelM@michigan.gov.
Every third , Mrs. Rees the Roscommon Elementary Principal, will share a cup of coffee and a breakfast snack with parents and community. This time period is only a half an hour long and is an informal way to get to know each other. While it is not enough time to have an in-depth conversation there will be a posted paper bin and post-notes on the tables so you can put up anything that you want us to consider/think about. If you can we would love for you to continue on with us in the Parent Involvement Planning sessions that will take place right after Coffee with the Principal, beginning at and ending at . The agenda for that meeting will always have Coffee with the Principal Bin Items to be discussed as an agenda item. During these sessions we will take one of the following topics each month to address: Write the Parent Involvement Plan, Review the School Safety Plan, Review the Student Handbook, Review the Title I Plan/Budget and Work on The School Improvement Plan. We hope to see you there!