Parents Rights to Know

Understanding your students 2017 TNReady Score Report

The Tennessee State Department of Education has a website to provide additional information about TNReady score reports in order to help families better understand their students' individual score reports, as well as next steps for supporting their students' academic progress. The website includes detailed explanations of each section of the individual score report and links to additional resources. Click here, http://familyreport.tnedu.gov/ , to access this materials. 

In addition, click  https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=QgiqhG-eHJg to view a short video outlining steps for parents to take when viewing their student's score report.

 Click to learn about Common Core State Standards,CCSS. This site features a three-minute video explaining the CCSS Movement and a link to Frequently Asked Questions.

Download File "Summary of Family Satisfaction Survey"  to review Pre-K Programming Results, 2012-2015, based on parent satisfaction.

 The Cannon County School System is committed to providing the best education possible for each student. We realize that parents play a vital role in the accomplishment of this mission so we encourage their involvement & strive to keep them informed of their rights. Please download two attachments found below: Title I Informational Brochure & Parent Notification Brochure.

Chapter 644 of the Public Acts of 2016 requires the department to annually compile a list of state laws related to the rights of students and their parents or legal guardians. To review this list please download the attachment below entitled "State Statutory Rights of Parents & Students.

Parents, to you often wonder "Why Do We Have State Tests?"  Please see attached below two documents to help you understand Tennessee's Assessment Program. One is entitled "Parent Guide to Being TN Ready, Preparing for the 2017-2018 School Year" and the second is a one page brochure explaining "Why Test?" The goal of these documents is to help you prepare your student to learn and succeed everyday. 

Pull up this link, http://tn.gov/education/article/assessment-faq, to find answers for frequently asked questions about Tennessee's 2017-2018 Achievement Testing.

Students in third through eighth grade take TNReady assessments in English language arts, math, science, and social studies at the end of each school year. Click this link, http://tn.gov/education/topic/tnready, to see a one-page documents with a snapshot of the assessment for each grade level.

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