Maxwell AFB E/MS

DoDEA GradeSpeed - Connecting Teachers, Parents, and Students
DoDEA GradeSpeed
Connecting Teachers, Parents, and Students
Global IT Help Desk - (DoDEA Employees)
Global IT Help Desk
(DoDEA Employees)
GA/AL MLA - Teacher Master Labor Agreement
GA/AL MLA
Teacher Master Labor Agreement
AFGE MLA (GA/AL) - AFGE Master Labor Agreement
AFGE MLA (GA/AL)
AFGE Master Labor Agreement

Parent Communication

Questions and Concerns

Parents who have questions and/or concerns are requested to resolve it at the most appropriate and immediate level. For typical classroom matters, the following procedures should apply in order as needed:

  • Step 1- The parent discusses the matter with the teacher.

  • Step 2- The parent and teacher meet with the principal if the matter is not resolved in step 1.

  • Step 3- Those matters which cannot be resolved at the school level are referred to the GA/AL District Superintendent's Office, 706-545-7276.

These procedures follow the correct chain-of-command/line of authority from teacher to principal to superintendent and focus on resolution at the lowest level. Parents are encouraged to seek immediate resolution of problems. Prompt action can frequently prevent complications and more serious problems later on.

Parent-Teacher Conferences

Parent-teacher conferences are held at the end of the first grading period. Report cards are distributed to parents during the conference. Conferences to discuss concerns, questions, and student progress may be scheduled at any time during the school year. Parents are encouraged to contact their child's teacher as soon as questions arise. Requests for conferences may also be left at the school office for delivery to the teacher.

Parent-Teacher Conference Resources for Parents

 

Table of Contents
Absences, Arrival/Dismissal and Attendance Policy
 
Bully Prevention
 
Campus Safety
 
Cell Phones and Telephone Messages
 
Discipline and Behavior Management
 
Dress Code
 
Homework, Grading and Report Card Procedures
 
Internet Rights and Responsibilities for Students, Staff and Volunteers
 
Maxwell Discipline Policy 2013-2014
 
Student Information
 
Withdrawals and Transfers

 


Mission

Instill the whole child concept in a 21st century learning environment by educating and empowering our students for a dynamic world.

Vision

To be leaders in 21st century education, preparing and inspiring generations of learners to meet the challenges of the global society.

Core Values

  • Educating the whole child fosters academic, social, physical, and emotional well-being in a safe environment.
  • 21st century learning environments are student-centered, differentiated, stimulating and relevant to help each student realize his or her fullest potential.
  • High-performing educators and leaders make a difference in student success.
  • Family and community partnerships are vital to student success.
  • School culture supports and reinforces healthy lifestyles (mind and body).

Elementary School Goals

Measurement:  All students will improve their measurement skills across the curriculum.

Writing Strategies:  Elementary students will improve their abilities to write in an organized, grade-level appropriate manner.

Middle School Goals

Measurement:  All students will improve their measurement skills across the curriculum.

Reading:  Middle School students will improve their ability to evaluate and extend meaning of text.