The Parent Center, provides support to students and parents to ensure they are experiencing a positive academic experience at NCM. We have staff ready to support you with information such as: lunch applications, Canvas, student online programs, parent trainings, parent committees and how to get help if your child’s grade fall below grade level.
Contact Information: Teresa. Walkup@sweetwaterschools.org
Click below for the following documents regarding NCM’s Parent and Family Engagement Policy and the NCM Student/School/Parent Educational Success Compact.
- NCM Student/School/Parent Educational Success Compact (English/Spanish)
- NCM Parent and Family Engagement Policy (English)
- NCM Parent and Family Engagement Policy (Spanish)
School Site Council
The School Site Council is made up of 1 principal, 4 teachers, 1 other non-teaching staff member, 3 parents and 3 students to advise the site on the School Plan for Student Achievement and Title I programs. The committee meets a minimum of 6 times in public meetings. All meeting notices are posted on the school website at least 72 hours prior to the meeting. All meetings follow Robert Rules of Order. If you have any questions, please contact Teresa.Walkup@sweetwaterschools.org.
*Please see the school calendar on the main webpage for meeting dates.
Title I Parent Meetings with the Principal
Title I Parent meetings are held on a monthly basis to provide information about Title I programs at NCM. Meetings are also utilized to provide parent trainings on topics requested by parents. All meetings begin with an open forum or question and answer session with school administration. After the open form, a parent workshop/training occurs to support the needs of parents. If you would like to suggest further topics or trainings, please contact Teresa. Walkup@sweetwaterschools.org
*Please see the school calendar on the main webpage for meeting dates of Title I Parent Meetings, titled “Coffee with the Principal”.
ELAC Parent Meeting Committee
English Learners in the Sweetwater district are provided with a variety of support services to help them master California State Content Standards and improve their proficiency in the English Language.
Each California public school, grades kindergarten through 12, with 21 or more English learners must form an English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC). The purpose of the ELAC is to advise the principal and school staff on programs and services for English learners, and the School Site Council on the development of the Single School Plan for Student Achievement. The percentage of parents of English learners on the committee must be at least the same as that of English learners at the school. If you have further questions, please contact Maribel.Hernandez@sweetwaterschools.org.
*Please see the school calendar on the main webpage for ELAC meeting dates.