Presentation on theme: "Schoolwide Planning Meeting for 2014-2015 School Year LMMS Title I 3 rd Annual Parent Led Schoolwide Planning Meeting for 2014-2015 School Year Initial."— Presentation transcript:
Schoolwide Planning Meeting for School Year LMMS Title I 3 rd Annual Parent Led Schoolwide Planning Meeting for School Year Initial Plan Presentation April 24, 2014 Revised and represented May 20, 2014 Kim DeRose – Family Engagement Coordinator Kari Shepherd – Title I Coordinator
Who are we and why are we here? LMMS Title I Team – Administrator – Connie McCrary – Coordinator – Kari Shepherd – Teachers – Reading Jackie Suddith Math Kari Shepherd – Parent Involvement Coordinator (PIC) – Kim DeRose – YOU – the parents of children attending LMMS Advisory Team is called Family Engagement Action Team
Who are we and why are we here? Title I Program Mission: To have a positive impact on the attitude, attendance and academic performance of all children whose lives cross paths with ours. *DREAM*STRIVE*ACHIEVE*
Title I Law Requires Your Input! A portion of the Title I funds is set aside for “parents” of LMMS students par·ent (definition) 1. a father or a mother. 2. an ancestor. 3. a protector or guardian.
Title I Law Requires Your Input! 1% of the budget MUST be spent on parent programming/materials to support: – Learning at Home – Volunteering – Collaborating with the Community – Decision Making – Communication – Parenting Capacities Chart
Communication is Vital to Our Success! FACEBOOK: LittleMillMDL REMIND101: Text to this number TWITTER WEBSITE: YOUTUBE:
Convenient Access for Families! Family Resource Center Room TUTORING-COMPUTERS-PRINTERS-RESOURCES- Open Tuesdays & Thursdays until 9pm Saturdays 9am to Noon PHONE/ /VISIT Ext
WHAT GUIDES OUR PLANS?
CLIP Application CLIP Application Comprehensive Local Education Agency Improvement Plan FCSS CLIP Application is on line for you to viewon line Basically the CLIP is: – The programming/materials from our parent surveys from each of the Title I schools combined into a single document and sent to the GA DOE for approval. What you need to know – Must be based on survey data – Presentation is in your handouts – MUST be presented at the “May Meeting” (5/20/14)
“Shalls” & “Mays” of Title I Law Things we shall – MUST – do Host a meetings & workshops to explain report cards, CRCT, & CCRPI for each academic subject for teachers on how to support home-school connections for high school and middle transition as well as opportunities for additional community collaboration that are specifically requested by parents Maintain a Family Resource Center with materials requested by parents Communicate available resources to all families in a language that is spoken at home
“Shalls” & “Mays” of Title I Law Other things we may – CAN – do Involve parents in the teacher training on working with families Provide literacy training if no other funds are available (including computer literacy) Provide transportation, childcare and translation services Provide training for parents to act as leaders for other parents (FEAT Advisory) Provide multiple meetings for the same content at various times Provide in-home meetings/conferences for those who can not attend school meetings/conferences Follow research based models to guide the parent involvement program (Joyce Epstein, FBI)
How Did We Do in ? Annual Meeting – Replaced Curriculum Night – Included all teachers/staff – Fun Pep Rally atmosphere – Largest attendance to date! Focus Groups Began – Hispanic Circle Avg. 30/mtg Common Table – Good attendance in fall – Weaned attendance in spring TIPS/MIPET Tutoring – Avg 20 people on Saturdays 250 people attended!
QUESTIONS… THUS FAR?
Let’s Get Going for Guiding Thought: Varied and Frequent Moms & other female caregivers Mustang Moms Dads & other male caregivers F.B.I. Spanish speaking homes Hispanic Circle of Support Grandparents/50+ caregivers Bluehair Technology & Rockin’ Readers FOCUS GROUPS
WE NEED IDEAS! 1.Please complete your survey and drop it in the box on your way out. 2.Leave sticky notes on the gallery walk with questions/ideas. 3.Leave your contact information if you’d like to help with further planning meetings. 4.Use the parking lot for questions, comments or concerns for other areas.