Presentation on theme: "Bethel Schools Bethel Schools Title I Program. Parent Meeting Title I Selection of Students Multi-criteria Checklist Communication L.A.T. Classroom Procedures."— Presentation transcript:
Bethel Schools Bethel Schools Title I Program
Parent Meeting Title I Selection of Students Multi-criteria Checklist Communication L.A.T. Classroom Procedures Rewards Ways to Help Your Child
Title I Title I is a federally funded program. It provides instructional support for students showing need. Classes are thirty minutes of small group instruction. The program presently serves K-2. –Kindergarten is served within classroom setting. –First and second grade classes are pull out groups held in Title I room.
L.A.T. A child who continues to have difficulty performing in the classroom may be referred to the Learning Assistance Team. Members of the team can include: parents, classroom teacher, other grade level teachers,Title I teacher, speech teacher, school psychologist, and the principal. The Learning Assistance Team works together to determine goals and interventions for the student.
Title I Classroom Procedures Discipline Plan : 1 st step: Student is given a warning. 2 nd step: Student moves name to stop sign. 3 rd step: Student is reported to teacher. (yellow slip) Books are sent home to read weekly. First Grade Take-home folders can be returned daily for a sticker. Second Grade Take-home folders return weekly before Wednesday.
$$$$Rewards$$$$ 5 stickers or squares = 1 TICKET The student colors a square at the end of each “good” day. A student earns a sticker when a gold slip certificate for home reading is returned the following week. A student earns a sticker when s/he returns the Take-Home Folders with books read listed on log. Green slips are sent home for a week with no stop signs and the reading slip returned.
Ways to help your child READ, TALK, READ,TALK, READ Phonics Dance Reading Strategies “Putting Sounds on Body”, “Turn on Your Motor”, Reading Fingers Sound Boxes Making Words (magnetic letters)
Meet Mrs. Lawson I grew up in Bellevue, Kentucky. In 1989, I received a B.A. at Morehead State University in Morehead, Kentucky. I am married to Scott, a Bethel graduate. I have three children. In 1999, I received a M.A. at The University of Dayton.