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Parent and Family Engagement Documents

Title I Parent and Family Engagement Documents and Information for 2017-2018


Click on the following link for the Annual Parent Right to Know Letter regarding qualifications of teachers at Burnett:

Annual Parent Right to Know Letter 2017-2018 English

Annual Parent Right to Know Letter 2017-2018 Spanish


The Title I Student-Teacher-Parent Compacts outline how parents, the entire school staff, and students will share the responsibility for improved student academic achievement. A signed copy of the compact/agreement is required from each student who attends Burnett Elementary School. These compacts are developed by the teachers with input from parents, students, and the administration. Parents are encouraged to provide feedback on the compacts at the Parent Advisory Council meetings or in writing or by phone to the Parent Outreach Facilitator or Principal at any time during the year. The compacts are revised annually.


School-Parent Compact Kindergarten 2017-2018
School-Parent Compact Kindergarten 2017-2018 (Spanish)

School-Parent Compact 1st Grade 2017-2018

School-Parent Compact 1st Grade 2017-2018  (Spanish)

School-Parent Compact 2nd Grade 2017-2018
School-Parent Compact 2nd Grade 2017-2018  (Spanish)

School-Parent Compact 3rd Grade 2017-2018
School-Parent Compact 3rd Grade 2017-2018  (Spanish)

School-Parent Compact 4th Grade 2017-2018

School-Parent Compact 4th Grade 2017-2018  (Spanish)


School-Parent Compact 5th Grade 2017-2018
School-Parent Compact 5th Grade 2017-2018  (Spanish)



The Burnett Title I Parent Engagement Policy is Burnett's plan for the Parent Engagement program for this school year. It is revised annually by the Burnett Elementary School Parent Advisory Council. All parents are invited and encouraged to provide input on the Parent Engagement Policy and the parent workshops at any time during the school year. The Douglas County School System Title I Local Education Agency (LEA) Parent Engagement Policy is the district's plan for Title I Parent Engagement and is also revised each year by the LEA Parent Advisory Council. 

Burnett Parent and Family Engagement Policy 2017-2018
Burnett Parent and Family Engagement Policy 2017-2018 (Spanish)

Douglas County Parent and Family Engagement Policy 2017-2018
Douglas County Parent and Family Engagement Policy 2017-2018 (Spanish)



Grounds for a Complaint
Any individual, organization of agency may file a complaint with the Douglas County School District if that individual , organization or agency believes and alleges that the DCSS is violating a Federal Statute or regulation that applies to a program under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA). The complaint must allege a violation that occurred not more than one (1) year prior to the date that the complaint is received, unless a longer period is reasonable because the violation is considered ongoing.

Filling a Complaint

Complaint and grievances shall be handled and resolved as close to their origin as possible and through the proper channels using the following procedures:

A complaint must be made in writing and signed by the complainant. The complaint must include the following:
• A statement that the DCSS has violated a requirement of a Federal stature or regulation that applies to an applicable program;
• The date on which the violation occurred;
• The facts on which the statement is based and the specific requirement allegedly violated;
• A list of the names and telephone numbers of individuals who can provide additional information;
• Whether a complaint has been filed with any other government agency, and if so, which agency;
• Copies of all applicable documents supporting the complainant's position; and
• The address of the complainant.
For more information, click the link below.

Complaint Procedure for 2017-2018
Complaint Procedure for 2017-2018 (Spanish)

Complaint Form


Title I School CCRPI Information