Presentation on theme: "Annual Title 1 Parent Meeting"— Presentation transcript:
1Annual Title 1 Parent Meeting Title I Parent Meeting PowerpointAttachment 4Annual Title 1 Parent MeetingAudubon K-8 SchoolSan Diego Unified School District
2Agenda What is Title I? Parent Rights under Title I Parent Involvement Attachment 4Title I Parent Meeting PowerPointAgendaWhat is Title I?Parent Rights under Title IParent InvolvementSchool Achievement DataSingle Plan for Student AchievementTitle I FundsTitle I Parent Involvement PolicyHome/School Compact
3Attachment 4Title I Parent Meeting PowerPointWhat is Title I?Title I is a K-12 program that provides additional academic support and learning opportunities for students at schools with high percentages of socioeconomically disadvantaged childrenThe program is intended to help ensure that all students meet state academic standards.
4Goals of Title I Increase academic achievement Attachment 4Title I Parent Meeting PowerPointGoals of Title IIncrease academic achievementProvide direct instructional support to students.Provide professional development for teachers.Promote parent education and involvement.
5Parent Rights Ask for meetings and trainings. Attachment 4Title I Parent Meeting PowerPointParent RightsAsk for meetings and trainings.Review the results of annual parent involvement effectiveness survey.Review the school’s achievement data.Review the parent involvement plan in the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA).Review and modify the Title I Parent Involvement Policy and Home/School Compact.
6Attachment 4Title I Parent Meeting PowerPointParent InvolvementThe School Site Council (SSC) provides parents with an opportunity to be involved in the academic program of the school. The SSC develops, monitors, and evaluates the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) to implement programs and services that support students.
7Parent Involvement at AUDUBON Attachment 4Title I Parent Meeting PowerPointParent Involvement at AUDUBONVolunteer ProgramParent Workshops to help parents support and work with their children at home and at schoolMonthly Principal Coffees to keep parents informed about school eventsMonthly News letters or Principal LettersTitle 1 Meeting to discussing current student assessment data and student progressMonthly Family Fridays events to support literacySchool Site Council Meetings are open to all stakeholdersFamily English Classes are held three time a weekFlyers and ConnectEd phone calls are sent home informing parent/community of all meetings of interest & school eventsScheduled Parent / Teachers conferences as well as additional conference when neededParental input from the parent meetings and training sessions will be shared with theSchool Site Council (SSC) to provide an organized, ongoing, timely way of involving parents in the planning, review, and improvement of the program.Parent Communication Bulletin Board
8School Achievement Data Attachment 4Title I Parent Meeting PowerPointSchool Achievement DataSchools analyze CST and CELDT results and review AYP and API status.Schools use the data to align curriculum to state and district academic standards.Schools adjust instructional practices based on the findings of the assessment data.
9Our School Performance Data Attachment 4Title I Parent Meeting PowerPointOur School Performance DataProvide parents with the most current data and explain how the data were used to develop the goals and strategies in the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA).
11ANNUAL MEASURABLE OBJECTIVES AMOs – ELA Elementary & Middle Schools Percent Proficient School wide Subgroups
12ANNUAL MEASURABLE OBJECTIVES AMOs – Math -Elementary and Middle Schools Percent Proficient School wide Subgroups
13CST Percent Proficient Trend Analysis English Language Arts Audubon K-8 School
14CST Percent Proficient Trend Analysis Math Audubon K-8 School
15Audubon K-8 School CST Percent Proficient Trend Analysis Science 5th and 8th Grade Students
16CST Percent Proficient Trend Analysis History Audubon K-8 School8th Grade Students
17Single Plan for Students Achievement or SPSA Attachment 4Title I Parent Meeting PowerPointSingle Plan for Students Achievement or SPSAParents are informed about the school’s curriculum in English/ Language Arts and Math, as well as other core subjects.Parents also receive information about the assessments used to measure student progress in these academic areas.
18Single Plan for Student Achievement Attachment 4Title I Parent Meeting PowerPointSingle Plan for Student AchievementEnglish/Language Arts SMART Goal:By 07/19/2013, 42 % of Audubon Elementary Grades 2-5, Grade 6-8, Students will perform at proficient or advanced level in AYP, increasing from 35.6 % to 42 %, a gain of 6.40 % pointsMathematics SMART Goal:By 07/19/2013, 48 % of Audubon Elementary Grades 2-5, Grade 6-8, Students will perform at proficient or advanced level in AYP, increasing from 41.7 % to 48 %, a gain of 6.30 % pointsEnglish Learner SMART Goal:By 07/20/2013, 41 % of Audubon Elementary English Learner, Students will perform at proficient or advanced level in AYP, increasing from 33.9 % to 41 %, a gain of 7.10 % pointsGraduation Rate SMART Goal: By 07/19/2013, 50 % of Audubon Elementary Grade 03, Students will be at independent reading level 38 in DRABy 07/19/2013, 100 % of Audubon Elementary Grade 08, Students will not have a grade of F in both Math and English in Report Cards
19Title I Funds [Federal Funds] Attachment 4Title I Parent Meeting PowerPointTitle I Funds [Federal Funds]Allocated on basis of number of students eligible for free/reduced lunch. Schools receive Title I funds if 40% or more of students are eligible for free/reduced lunch.
20Title I Funds continued [Federal Funds] Schools in SDUSD are ranked according to this percentage, and schools receive a certain amount of money per student.
21Title I Funds continued [Federal Funds] One percent of a school’s total Title I budget is for parent involvement activities.Schools in Program Improvement must set aside a minimum of 10% for professional development.Funds must supplement, not supplant, district funds.
22The Title I Parent Involvement Policy Attachment 4Title I Parent Meeting PowerPointThe Title I Parent Involvement PolicyEvery Title I school, in collaboration with parents, MUST prepare a site level parent involvement policy.The Parent Involvement Policy describes how the school will involve the parents in an organized, ongoing, and timely way the planning, review, and improvement of the Title I program at their school.
23Our Title I Parent Involvement Policy Attachment 4Title I Parent Meeting PowerPointOur Title I Parent Involvement PolicyProvide copies of the school’s Title I Parent Involvement Policy and invite input from parents.Describe how the Policy is distributed to parents each year.
24The Home/School Compact Attachment 4Title I Parent Meeting PowerPointThe Home/School CompactThe Home/School Compact describes the responsibilities of the school, the parent, and the student for improved student achievement.
25The Home/School Compact continued Attachment 4Title I Parent Meeting PowerPointThe Home/School Compact continuedDeveloped in collaboration among parents, teachers and students.Updated periodically.ESEA recommends that compacts be standards-based.Distributed with site Title I Parent Involvement Policy.
26Our Home/School Compact Attachment 4Title I Parent Meeting PowerPointOur Home/School CompactReview your current Home/School Compact, how it was developed, how it is reviewed and revised as needed, and how and when it is distributed to parents.
27Questions and Answers Provide time for questions and answers Attachment 4Title I Parent Meeting PowerPointQuestions and AnswersProvide time forquestions and answersfrom parents.