Message from the Director
Welcome to the North Panola School District Office of Federal Program’s website. We are excited about the resources that this website provides for teachers, parents, students, and community members. Family and Community Engagement is a key component of the district's plan for personal and intellectual excellence. Together, we can make North Panola School District the finest school district in Mississippi.
Parents and community stakeholders are encouraged to get involved in the educational planning process for the upcoming school year. The planning process began earlier this semester, and feedback on this year has been garnered from parents, staff, and secondary students in preparation for the 2022-2023 school year.
Stakeholder meetings started April 27th and will continue throughout the month of May. The comprehensive needs assessment process reviews multiple data points then identifies and prioritizes needs for the upcoming year. Data collected will assess the impact of strategies implemented to improve student achievement, determine whether additional improvement is needed in various areas, and help school and district leaders focus on overall success of schoolwide programs inclusive of stakeholder engagement.
Each school will analyze the data collected and develop a plan for continuous improvement targeted areas such as student achievement, curriculum and instruction, professional development, parent and family engagement, and school context and organization.
For specific information regarding the improvement process and/or planning for the upcoming year, please contact your child's school principal or contact Dr. Deatrice White, Federal Programs Director at email@example.com or call (662) 487-2305.
Mississippi Succeed Report Card
Each school district that receives Title I funding is required to present annual report cards in an understandable and uniform format. Please click on the link to access the Mississippi Succeed Report Card. To find our school and district report card, search for North Panola School District and/or the name of the school.
For any questions that you might have accessing this information, please contact the district's Federal Programs director, Dr. Deatrice White by calling (662)487-2305.
Parent and Family Engagement
Notification of Parental Rights
Parents of children who attend Title I, Part A funded schools have the right to be provided the following information by the school district:
- Professional qualifications of the student's classroom teachers (and paraprofessionals, if applicable),
- Level of achievement of the parent's child in each statewide academic assessment,
- Notification to parents of children taught for 4 (four) or more consecutive weeks by a teacher who is not highly qualified, and
- Notices and information under the Notification of Parental Rights in an understandable and uniform format, and to the extent practicable, in a language that parents can understand.
You may attain information regarding the qualifications of your child’s teacher by contacting your child’s principal or the Office of the Superintendent at (662) 487-2305.