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1 1 Silver Lake Elementary Open House Fall

2 Agenda for Tonight Welcome and Introductions- Welcome and Introductions- Leader in Me Leader in Me Title I and school-family partnership Title I and school-family partnership Housekeeping items Housekeeping items Back to Classrooms for information about curriculum, classroom routines, and expectations Back to Classrooms for information about curriculum, classroom routines, and expectations 2

3 3 Silver Lake Elementary ~ Empowering Learners and Leaders

4 What does that mean for SLE? 7 Habits and Leader in Me process 7 Habits and Leader in Me process Continued Leadership opportunities for students Continued Leadership opportunities for students I.Annual Report II.Meet the Teacher Night III.Common Core Back to School Night IV.School-Wide Celebration Assembly V.Leadership “job postings” VI.Classroom leadership positions

5 What does that mean for SLE? Continued with Leadership enhancements in the building – flags, hallway signs, hallway leadership mural Continued with Leadership enhancements in the building – flags, hallway signs, hallway leadership mural How can you help? How can you help? I.Become knowledgeable of the 7 Habits ~ use the Parent Guide II.Use the language and habits at home, in the grocery store, playing with friends, on sports fields, etc. III.Encourage your child(ren) to apply for leadership jobs IV.Attend school events and parent training nights 5

6 What does that mean for SLE? Grant obligationsGrant obligations Support the PTASupport the PTA Business partnershipsBusiness partnerships Philanthropic organizationsPhilanthropic organizations MentoringMentoring Share ideas and opportunities for our students to share their greatness!Share ideas and opportunities for our students to share their greatness! 6

7 SLE is a Leader in Me School!! Empowering Learners and Leaders! You will hear more about the 7 Habits and Leadership with your child(ren)’s teacher! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ SLE is also a Title I school When we put something in place to increase student success…it is for ALL students!When we put something in place to increase student success…it is for ALL students! 7

8 8 What Are Title 1 Funds?  In 1965, The U.S. Congress passed the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). The most recent reauthorization occurred in December The law was renamed the “No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) and signed into law by President Bush in January The Obama administration has returned to calling the law ESEA.  The focus of Title 1 is on improving the academic achievement of children attending schools with high levels of low-income families and who need additional help to meet rigorous academic performance standards.

9 9 Schoolwide Program Schools (SWP) Versus Targeted Assistance Schools (TAS) Schoolwide Program Schools:  The school’s Title 1 funds are coordinated with other funds to implement reforms to upgrade the entire educational program of the school in order to improve the overall academic achievement of ALL children in the school. All students are Title 1 participants and all parents are considered Title 1 Parents. Schoolwide programs must make provisions to meet the needs of students who are at-risk of failing to achieve state standards. Targeted Assistance Schools:  Title 1 funds must be used only to benefit specific children identified as being at-risk of failing to achieve state standards. These students receive supplementary Title 1 services (after school, staff support) and specific staff are funded by Title 1 to provide instructional support to these children. In a TAS school, “Title 1 Parent” means a parent whose child is participating in the Title 1 program.

10 10 Title 1 Allocation Categories Each school must schedule Title 1 funds as follows: Professional Development Professional Development Parent Involvement Parent Involvement********************************************* For Title 1 Set-Aside Parent Involvement:  The Title 1 parent organization in the school (PAC or PTA parent subcommittee) should provide input for developing the activities articulated in the Parent Involvement Policy and School-Parent Compact. These activities should be included in the school’s improvement plan.  The School Success Team is the vehicle for consultation between the school and Title I parent community. If you are interested in being a member of the School Success Team, please contact Ms. Christy or Mrs. Clay Parent feedback, input, and suggestions for meeting success for all students is welcomed and encouraged!

11 11 Who/What is Funded Using Title 1 Monies?  Workshops – Common Core State Standards, State assessments, literacy and math, technology, Title 1 program requirements  Teachers/paraprofessionals  Parent Involvement  Instructional Supplies for Students  Professional Development for Staff  Instructional support in non-public schools

12 12 Title I Parent Involvement Program The Title I parent involvement program should be designed to meet the needs of Title I parents and linked to the school’s student achievement goals and the activities articulated in the school’s parent involvement policy and school-parent compact.The Title I parent involvement program should be designed to meet the needs of Title I parents and linked to the school’s student achievement goals and the activities articulated in the school’s parent involvement policy and school-parent compact. Title I funds may be used to provide workshops and other activities for parents that promote literacy, the use of technology and provide access to other resources that parents can use to actively support their child’s education.Title I funds may be used to provide workshops and other activities for parents that promote literacy, the use of technology and provide access to other resources that parents can use to actively support their child’s education. Title I parents must be consulted regarding the use of these funds and must be engaged in the discussion regarding how the Title I program will benefit all parents.Title I parents must be consulted regarding the use of these funds and must be engaged in the discussion regarding how the Title I program will benefit all parents.

13 Parent Involvement Policy and School Parent Compact Describes how the school, students, and parents work together for successDescribes how the school, students, and parents work together for success Developed and implemented jointly with parentsDeveloped and implemented jointly with parents Lists activities and strategies designed to build the school’s and parents’ capacity for the meaningful involvement of Title I families in support of student achievementLists activities and strategies designed to build the school’s and parents’ capacity for the meaningful involvement of Title I families in support of student achievement Includes protocols for how the school will communicate with parents about the Title I program and student progress (e.g., Annual Parent meeting, subsequent parent meetings and conferences)Includes protocols for how the school will communicate with parents about the Title I program and student progress (e.g., Annual Parent meeting, subsequent parent meetings and conferences) Must focus on engaging parents in the improvement of student academic achievement.Must focus on engaging parents in the improvement of student academic achievement. 13

14 Please feel free to contact us with questions, ideas, concerns, etc. This power point will be added to the school website under the Title I button 14

15 Arrival Start times – 8:45 open doors - 8:50 start timeStart times – 8:45 open doors - 8:50 start time Walkers – no supervision prior to 8:30Walkers – no supervision prior to 8:30 Car-riders – staff in parking lotCar-riders – staff in parking lot Bus riders – dismissed from 8:44Bus riders – dismissed from 8:44 Breakfast – 8:30 – 8:48Breakfast – 8:30 – 8:48 15

16 16 Dismissal Dismissal times – 3:23Dismissal times – 3:23 Car Riders and After School CareCar Riders and After School Care Walkers – “waiting tree”; meeting spotWalkers – “waiting tree”; meeting spot Bus RidersBus Riders Early dismissal; not the usual arrangements – note, agenda, call no later than 3:00Early dismissal; not the usual arrangements – note, agenda, call no later than 3:00

17 Information available tonight PTAPTA 30 minutes with teacher Not a time for conferencing with the teacher Not a time for conferencing with the teacher Have a great Open House!


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