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1 Title I Program The School District of Escambia County Marcia Nowlin, Title I Director Marcia Nowlin, Title I Director

2 In 1965, Congress passed the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) to provide financial assistance to local school districts providing programs for students who need extra help in order to do well in school, and who live in areas having high concentrations of students from low-income families.

3 The 2001 Reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) was the most sweeping reform since the enactment in The No child Left Behind Act of 2001 embodies the four principles of President George W. Bush’s Education reform plan: Stronger accountability for results Expanded flexibility and local control Expanded options for parents Emphasis on proven teaching methods

4 Title I continues to be the largest program providing federal aid to education. This new, No Child Left Behind, program provides varied opportunities for school districts and communities to implement school reforms and to insure a quality education for all eligible students.

5 Our Goal: To improve the teaching and learning of children in high-poverty schools and continue the focus on parental involvement. In order to accomplish this goal, Title I supports new roles for school districts, states, and the federal government. Schools will decide themselves on how to allocate Title resources. District s will play a new critical role through providing consultation, coordination, and highly qualified professional development. Our Goal: To improve the teaching and learning of children in high-poverty schools and continue the focus on parental involvement. In order to accomplish this goal, Title I supports new roles for school districts, states, and the federal government. Schools will decide themselves on how to allocate Title resources. District s will play a new critical role through providing consultation, coordination, and highly qualified professional development.

6 Escambia County Title I Elementary Schools Bellview Brentwood Carver/Century Edgewater Ensley Hallmark Bellview Brentwood Carver/Century Edgewater Ensley Hallmark Sherwood Spencer Bibbs Warrington C. A. Weis West Pensacola Yniestra Sherwood Spencer Bibbs Warrington C. A. Weis West Pensacola Yniestra Holm Lincoln Park Montclair Navy Point Oakcrest Semmes

7 Escambia County Title I Prekindergarten Centers Escambia County Title I Prekindergarten Centers Henry McMillan Learning Center Sidney Nelson Learning Center Henry McMillan Learning Center Sidney Nelson Learning Center

8 Escambia County Title I Middle Schools Carver/Century K-8 Warrington Woodham Carver/Century K-8 Warrington Woodham

9 Escambia County Title I Special Centers Jacqueline Harris Preparatory Academy Escambia County Charter School A. V. Clubbs Sid Nelson Cyesis E-SEAL A. V. Clubbs Sid Nelson Cyesis E-SEAL Lakeview Center Escambia Westgate O.A.S.I.S. Lakeview Center Escambia Westgate O.A.S.I.S.

10 Private Schools Little Flower Sacred Heart Cathedral St. John’s Little Flower Sacred Heart Cathedral St. John’s St. Michael’s Redeemer Lutheran S. L. Jones Academy St. Michael’s Redeemer Lutheran S. L. Jones Academy

11 The Title I Program in Escambia County is more than schools and centers. It includes a number of other coordinated projects and services.

12 Wee Read is an early literacy program that provides professional staff development, parent training and child assessment in targeted child care centers. Knowledge of the following pre-reading skills is the core of the program: Wee Read is an early literacy program that provides professional staff development, parent training and child assessment in targeted child care centers. Knowledge of the following pre-reading skills is the core of the program: Wee Read Early Literacy Program Oral Language General Knowledge Print Awareness Oral Language General Knowledge Print Awareness Alphabet Knowledge Phonological Awareness Pre writing Alphabet Knowledge Phonological Awareness Pre writing

13 F.R.A.M.E. i s a home visitor program that uses Parents As Teachers Born To Learn Curriculum and a Family Literacy Program that brings together adult/parents and their young children in a school setting. Components include: F.R.A.M.E. Family Literacy Program Home Visitors Registered Nurse School Social Worker Interactive Literacy Activities Home Visitors Registered Nurse School Social Worker Interactive Literacy Activities Family Activities Bus Parent Group Meetings Monthly Family Nights Adult Literacy GED/ELL Family Field Trips Family Activities Bus Parent Group Meetings Monthly Family Nights Adult Literacy GED/ELL Family Field Trips

14 Title I Instructional Technology includes: Instructional Technology Technology Trouble Shooting Professional Development Modeling Planning and Consultation Supplemental Support Equipment Inventory Technology Trouble Shooting Professional Development Modeling Planning and Consultation Supplemental Support Equipment Inventory

15 Works with school personnel, local chambers of commerce and employers of seasonal and temporary farm and fishing workers to identify migrant families in Escambia County. Migrant Education Migrant education program for parents Assistance meeting basis needs Interpretation/Translation services Referral services Migrant education program for parents Assistance meeting basis needs Interpretation/Translation services Referral services

16 The Child Assessment Screening and Evaluation Team provides services for children who participate in childcare programs funded through the Early Learning Coalition of Escambia County. The team of teachers, a Behavior Specialist and an Inclusion Specialist support early learning centers and child care homes through: CASE o Child Screening & Assessment o Inclusion Support o Child Behavior Support o Provider Training o Child Screening & Assessment o Inclusion Support o Child Behavior Support o Provider Training

17 The ProSupport Team provides Accreditation Support and Training for childcare programs funded through the Early Learning Coalition of Escambia County. The team of teachers, a teacher assistant and clerk provide early learning centers and child care homes: ProSupport Team o Technical Support Site Visits o Accreditation Mini Grants o Curriculum Trainings o Curriculum Related Trainings o Technical Support Site Visits o Accreditation Mini Grants o Curriculum Trainings o Curriculum Related Trainings o Monthly Newsletter o Resources for checkout o Directors’ Institutes /Round Table

18 Provides meaningful consultation to non public school administrators who have chosen to participate in Title I services, and includes: Provides meaningful consultation to non public school administrators who have chosen to participate in Title I services, and includes: Non Public School Support o Program monitoring and Site visits o Staff Development o Appropriate use of funds o Parent Involvement o Academic support to eligible students o Technology Support o Utilization of the Family Resource Centers o Program monitoring and Site visits o Staff Development o Appropriate use of funds o Parent Involvement o Academic support to eligible students o Technology Support o Utilization of the Family Resource Centers

19 Tutorial services which are mandated by federal No Child Left Behind regulations provided by private companies at no cost to families who meet free and reduced price meals eligibility criteria and attend certain schools. Services are: Tutorial services which are mandated by federal No Child Left Behind regulations provided by private companies at no cost to families who meet free and reduced price meals eligibility criteria and attend certain schools. Services are: Supplemental Educational Services o Contract services with state approved companies o Inform eligible families o Coordinate the enrollment process o Train district and school level staff o Monitor contract compliance & academic programs o Contract services with state approved companies o Inform eligible families o Coordinate the enrollment process o Train district and school level staff o Monitor contract compliance & academic programs

20 The Escambia County School District offers a high quality developmentally appropriate Voluntary Prekindergarten Program in 9 Title I school attendance areas and a Summer VPK Program at various school sites. Voluntary Prekindergarten provides: Prekindergarten o A six hour instructional day for four year old students o Four year college degreed Early Childhood teacher & highly qualified teacher assistant staff all classes o Breakfast, Lunch, Transportation, & Field trips o Educational Assessment, Staff Development & Materials o A six hour instructional day for four year old students o Four year college degreed Early Childhood teacher & highly qualified teacher assistant staff all classes o Breakfast, Lunch, Transportation, & Field trips o Educational Assessment, Staff Development & Materials

21 The McMillan and Sid Nelson Learning Center Family Resource Centers provide: Family Resource Centers o Staff Development o Parent involvement Programs o Books, games, parenting videos o Educational materials/equipment for checkout o Computers use for eligible families o Quality Workshops o Staff Development o Parent involvement Programs o Books, games, parenting videos o Educational materials/equipment for checkout o Computers use for eligible families o Quality Workshops

22 Works with school staff and community agencies to identify and provide the following services to homeless children and youth to eliminate barriers to education: Homeless Services Project Touch * Assistance with registration, free meals, transportation, etc. * After-school tutoring at shelter locations to improve grades * Summer field trips and educational enrichment activities * Backpacks, school supplies and reading materials to enable class participation and support Just Read, Florida! * Assistance with registration, free meals, transportation, etc. * After-school tutoring at shelter locations to improve grades * Summer field trips and educational enrichment activities * Backpacks, school supplies and reading materials to enable class participation and support Just Read, Florida!

23 Title I collaborates with a variety of community agencies to increase the knowledge of parents, teachers, support staff and administrators and in delivery of services with the following agencies: Title I Collaborations o Escambia County Head Start o Escambia County Health Department o Community Collaborative Partnership o Studer’s Hardwiring Excellence Initiative o The Early Learning Coalition of Escambia County o Neglected and Dependent programs o Escambia County Head Start o Escambia County Health Department o Community Collaborative Partnership o Studer’s Hardwiring Excellence Initiative o The Early Learning Coalition of Escambia County o Neglected and Dependent programs

24 The Title I Program of the School District of Escambia County invites you to explore educational services provided to students and families through the No Child Left Behind legislation. The Title I Program of the School District of Escambia County invites you to explore educational services provided to students and families through the No Child Left Behind legislation.


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