Shared Decision Meeting

Shared Decision Meeting

(Parent and Family Input)

All parents of children who attend a Title I school are encouraged to attend this Title I Shared Decision Meeting. This is your opportunity to provide input and feedback on the best way to improve and continue parent and family engagement. Parents are the most important piece in a student’s academic achievement.

Input Meetings will be held at:

Monday, March 13th @11am

Wray Homes Community Ctr. 

Thursday, March 16th @11am 

Collins P. Lee Center


Wednesday, March 22nd

11:00am at Northridge Christian Church

5:00pm at Parent Resource Room (at Eagle Ridge)

Come by to give your feedback on……..

(click name to view documents)

Comprehensive LEA Improvement Plan (CLIP),  District Parental Involvement PolicyParent Surveys, and Title I    

OR Complete the feedback form HERE

Stakeholder Feedback Online Form



Parental Input

Parents take a moment to provide us with your feedback on family engagement. Your comments and suggestions are needed to improvement engagement in Baldwin County Schools. 

2016-17 Parent University Workshop Evaluation


Parent and Family Feedback and Comments


Family Interest Assessment (paper version)

Title I Family Engagement Program

The Baldwin County School District  is taking many steps to ensure we provide quality information and resources to families. Our Title I schools and the school district strive to build capacity to involve parents and stakeholders in an effective partnership, as well as, share and support high student academic achievement. The research is clear that when schools and families support each other, students of all backgrounds and various abilities achieve at higher levels.  

The ultimate goal of parent involvement is to increase student achievement by engaging and empowering parents to become actively involved in their children’s education across all grade levels.

For more information about volunteering at schools or Parent University, other parent workshops, or ideas on how to improve family engagement contact, Shameka Walker, Family Engagement Specialist at 478-457-2960 or at  

District Title I Family Engagement Policy
Parent University-Baldwin

 Parent University is a community collaborative that provides free learning sessions designed to assist parents in supporting their children to achieve in school and life. The sessions focus on what children are learning in school, advocacy, parent leadership, effective parenting skills, and personal growth and development


The mission of Parent University is to educate, inspire and empower parents to meet the needs of their children by becoming their first and most important teacher. 


Parent Newsletters
Online Resources To Use At Home

Click on the links below to ..........

Parent and Student Powerschool Sign-In



SucessMaker -This program is the only continuously adaptive K-8 reading and math program with over 50 years of proven results. Through adaptive motion, the program personalizes learning paths for mastery of essential reading and math concepts for students in grades K-8.

All Grades

Ga. Dept. of Education

Dept. of Education Parent Engagement Program Page 

Khan Academy -Math & Science

Discovery Kids-Science Games, Videos, Articles, Activities 


ABCya!-Math, Reading, Social Studies, Strategy, Keyboarding 

Starfall-Alphabet, Phonics, Vocabulary, Reading 

PBS Kids-Educational games and video from Curious George, Wild Kratts, and other PBS Kids shows. 

Switcheroo Zoo-Watch, listen and play games to learn all about animals

Turtle Diary-Games for literacy, math, science, and puzzles 

Elementary and Middle 

Fun Brain-Math, Reading, Grammar, Science, Spelling, and History 

Cool Math 4 Kids-Math


Middle School 

Amazing Kids Magazine -A kid created online magazine

SciGirl-Games, Project Ideas, and Science Videos for Girls

TIME for Kids -News articles, games, polls, and a homework help section

Wildlife Filmmaker-Kids can make animal movies 

High School

GA Futures (411)-Helps Georgia Students plan, apply, and pay for college. 

TIME for Kids --News articles, games, polls, and a homework help section