Parent Information

  • Volunteering at CME:

    The Volunteer Background Check Request form is now in an electronic format. Volunteers must fill out their request on-line at: https://apps.fcps.net/volunteer/

    Parent/Teacher Conferences:

    Teachers as well as parents are encouraged to initiate a conference. Parents should attend at least two conferenceswith their child’s teacher each year.  Every effort is made to meet with parents at a convenient time.  Please contact your child's teacher for more information about scheduling a parent-teacher conference.

    Response to Intervention/RTI:

    Please use the links to documents below for information about our RTI program at Clays Mill.  For any further information or questions contact Mr. Davis: grant.davis@fayette.kyschools.us

    RTI Brochure

    RTI Powerpoint

    WHAT IS BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)?

    BYOD is an initiative in our district encouraging students to use their personally owned devices for educational purposes in schools.  CME is proud to be piloting BYOD in multiple classrooms this year.  Students participating in this initiative are required to have an Acceptable Use Policy signed and on file with the school.  See excerpt from the school's AUP below and attached powerpoint for additional information.

    Personally Owned Devices

    Students who demonstrate good digital citizenship and have a signed AUP may be allowed to connect their personally owned devices to the district network.  Such access will be monitored and will require students to login using their district credentials.  However, families are responsible for all service and support of personal devices.  The district is not responsible for any damage or loss incurred with the use of a personal device in the school setting.  Students are expected to use devices for educational purposes and only with the consent of school staff.

    Although the use of devices on the district network is monitored, parents and guardians of minors are responsible for setting and conveying the standards that their children should follow when using media and information sources.  Parents and guardians are likewise responsible for what students may access through any non-district wi-fi or cellular connection.

    Parent information powerpoint

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