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Title I March 6, 2015. Current Title I funding In the 14/15 school year: 59 Title I schools 14 Focus Schools 2 Reward Schools Free and Reduced Lunch 35%

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1 Title I March 6, 2015

2 Current Title I funding In the 14/15 school year: 59 Title I schools 14 Focus Schools 2 Reward Schools Free and Reduced Lunch 35% Threshold :

3 Current Allotment Bands 850 PPA at or > 50% 775 PPA 35%-50% 750 PPA (Grandfathered) 29-34% PPA- Per Pupil Allotment44

4 Schools in each Allotment Band 850 PPA Creech, Walnut Creek, Hodge, Fox, Brentwood, East Garner, Smith, Wakelon, Barwell, Wilburn, Bugg, Lincoln Heights, Knightdale, Zebulon, River Bend, Poe, Carver, Forestville, Green, Wendell, Dillard Drive, Aversboro, Powell, Baileywick, Lockhart, Yates Mill, Reedy Creek, Lynn Road 775 PPA Wildwood Forest, Vandora Springs, Kingswood, Lake Myra, Stough, York, Conn, Richland Creek, Cary, Timber Drive, Durant Road, Vance, Hunter, Swift Creek, Adams, Briarcliff, North Ridge, North Woods, Fuller, Wake Forest, Rolesville, Fuquay-Varina, Wakefield 750 PPA Grandfathered Lead Mine, Apex, Durant Road, Douglas, Forest Pines, Ballentine, Rand Road, Combs

5 WCPSS Title I Schools Trends

6 WCPSS FRL averages and Title I Schools Trends

7 Change The WCPSS FRL average is 36% The number of high FRL schools has increased significantly over the past 10 years The purpose of Title I funding is to support access to challenging academic standards for students in high need schools

8 “To a chef, it is not a matter of the more spices the better, but rather knowing the spices and applying them strategically where they will enhance the flavor… Aligning with the MTSS structure requires Districts to think differently about resource allocations The Skillful Teacher page 221

9 The WCPSS Strategic Plan Achievement Learning and Teaching Develop and implement a differentiated model to allocate and align resources to schools based on need and performance.

10 New Plan for Wake Threshold 45% New Per Pupil Allotment District Set Aside for ESM Including Secondary schools at or above >75% Point in Time determination for Threshold

11 Threshold 45% > 65% PPA 50-65% PPA 45-50% PPA 35-45% (grandfathered) PPA ESM schools receive additional funding from ESM set aside 52 Threshold 45%

12 Schools in Each Allotment Band 650 PPA Barwell, Brentwood, Bugg, Carver, Creech, East Garner, Fox, Green, Hodge, Knightdale, Lincoln Heights, Millbrook, Poe, River Bend, Smith, Wakelon, Walnut Creek, Wilburn, Zebulon 550 PPA Aversboro, Baileywick, Dillard, Forestville, Kingswood, Lake Myra, Lynn Road, Powell, Reedy Creek, Richland Creek, Stough, Vandora Springs, Lockhart, Wendell, Wildwood, Yates Mill, York 450 PPA Briarcliff, Cary, Conn, Swift Creek 375 PPA Adams, Fuller, Fuquay, Hunter, North Ridge, Northwoods, Rolesville, Timber Drive, Vance, Wake Forest, Wakefield New Per Pupil Allotment

13 Full-time Social Workers at each school Additional Months of Employment (MOE) – All Certified Staff of ESM schools will be employed for 10 ½ months – All TAs in ESM schools will be employed for 10 months Instructional Coach for each ESM school Eas t Garner, Fox Road, Hodge Road, Lincoln Heights, Lynn Road, Barwell, Brentwood, Bugg, Creech Road Smith, Walnut Creek, Wilburn District Set Aside for ESM

14 Requirement for any school at or above 75% FRL (Comparability) If a school has 75% or greater FRL and you do not fund this school from Title I funds, then…  Funding must come from State and Local funds at the same rate as a Title I school’s funding within that allocation band to demonstrate funding comparable to that which would have come from Title I. We have had to document comparability for four secondary schools: Longview River Oaks Mt. Vernon Phillips High School WCPSS will fund secondary schools that are at or above 75% FRL beginning in Including Secondary schools at or >75%

15 Point in Time Title I Eligibility Eligibility determination for Title I – 14/15 and prior Projections from Child Nutrition and Student Assignment (often done in May/June) – 15/16 forward Move to Point in Time determination – March Point in Time date – Allows for more timely planning for administrators – Aligned with DPI eligibility requirements Point in Time determination for Threshold

16 Funding in other districts for the 14/15 school year Charlotte Mecklenberg Threshold K-12, 72% PPA Guilford Public Schools Threshold: ES-55% MS-65% HS-75% Currently no info. Durham Public Schools Threshold: ES- 40% 75% Secondary Above 90% %-495 PPA 60-79%-469 PPA 40-59%-448 PPA Winston Salem Forsyth Threshold: K-12, 50% Between PPA Cumberland Threshold: K-12, 40% >90%- 910 PPA %- 560 PPA %- 490 PPA 12 Districts contacted. 7 responded 57

17 Schools impacted by the threshold adjustment 2013 and 2014 are based on projections data is based on actual students in the building at the beginning of February. 58 Grandfathered in 14-15– not eligible in To be Grandfathered in 15-16

18 Other impacts of per pupil allotment decreases and threshold change Schools will get support on strategically using grandfathered funding to transition out of Title I. (If, however, the school’s FRL is 45% or greater in March of 2016, it will again qualify to receive Title I funds for ) Human Resources will ask for a staffing plan from principals to get a handle on displaced employees. Grandfathered schools that are Focus Schools will retain their Instructional Coaching positions for

19 Other impacts of per pupil allotment decreases and threshold change Loan Forgiveness for teachers: If your school will not receive Title I funds in and you have teachers who are counting on Loan Forgiveness, please talk with them. You will get a letter to send home with students on Monday after this information is presented to the BoE Student Achievement Committee. Again, please do not call your teachers Title I teachers. This sends the wrong message to parents, your staff, and your students.

20 Next Steps Support will be available for these transitions. Please plan to attend a meeting to discuss use of Title I funds in on Tuesday, April 7 (grandfathered) or April 13 (other Title I funded)

21 Title I Monitoring Visit– April 8-10


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