Parent Coordinator at Lindsey Elementary School
My name is Alicia Montford and I am
your Parent and Family Engagement Coordinator. I am located in room
513 and can be reached at 478-929-7818 ext. 45319 or by email at
email@example.com. I look forward to working with each of
you as Lindsey Elementary is here to love, care, and serve you!
Volunteering at Lindsey is fun, easy, and important to the
success of our students! All Houston County School System
volunteers are required to pass a background check and complete
Clearance is good for five years and accepted at all schools in
the county. A background check application is available here in
English or Spanish, in the front office or in the Parent Resource
Center. Please feel free to contact Alicia Montford at 478-929-7818
ext. 45319 if you have any questions about your clearance status or
how you can volunteer. We look forward to having you
Allow 3-4 weeks for processing.
Click on link(s) below for Background Check forms:
Parent input is a vital component of the Title I Program. We
invite parents and family members to join the Parent Action Team
(PAT) which meets twice per year.
The purpose of the PAT is to develop and revise Title I
documents such as the Parent and Family Engagement plan and the
School-Parent compact. Parent suggestions are always welcomed and
encouraged throughout the school year and from the Parent
Satisfaction Survey every spring.
Your input also guides the planning of the workshops and
activities for the next school year which we include in our
school's Parent and Family Engagement Plan. We gladly welcome your
input and ideas!
Join us in the media center on the following dates @ 4:30pm:
We welcome your comments and feedback on our school and our
programs. Please contact Alicia Montford, Parent and Family
Engagement Coordinator at 478-929-7818 ext. 45319 or complete this
Parent Feedback Form.
Click on link below to complete the Parent Feedback form:
The Houston County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, genetics, disability, or sex in its employment practices, student programs and dealings with the public. It is the policy of the Board of Education to comply fully with the requirements of Title IX, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act and all accompanying regulations.