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St. Charles School District 2014-2015
What is Title I? United States Federal Government’s largest education assistance program for schools. Title I, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Act Purpose? To help every child receive a high quality education and to achieve the high standards set by the State of Missouri.
Which schools qualify for Title I funding in Saint Charles? Five elementary schools receive Title I funds in the Saint Charles School District: Monroe, Lincoln, Null, Blackhurst, and Coverdell. Elementary schools qualify if 40% or more students are eligible for free or reduced price lunches.
How does Title I support students? Title I Schools also… set goals for school improvement measure student progress using Missouri State Standards use Title I funds to provide programs and services beyond what district funds have provided in the past Title I funds are used to raise the academic achievement for ALL students in the school and to improve the school’s entire academic program.
Title I in the schools… Each school decides how Title I funds will be used in their school to improve education for all children. Data is reviewed to determine the needs in the school. Last school year, a team consisting of staff and parents updated the Title I School wide Plan (SWP) that addresses your school’s needs and describes how Title I funds will support those identified needs. This plan will be reviewed and updated annually. Parents are encouraged to be a part of the planning process.
Annual Performance Update on Student Achievement Literacy and Mathematics Curriculum Student Achievement Data Proficiency Levels
Curriculum at Null Literacy CurriculumMathematics Curriculum Reading and Writing Workshop ▫ Structured minilessons ▫ Independent reading and writing times ▫ Conferencing one on one with students by teacher ▫ Focuses on reading just right books in class and at home Everyday Mathematics ▫ Spiral Curriculum ▫ Daily focus on routines, mental math fluency ▫ Direct instruction by teacher ▫ Independent practice ▫ Game-centered
Annual Performance Each year, 3 rd and 4 th grade students take the MAP test in Math and Communication Arts. Over 40% of Null students scored Proficient or Advanced in Communication Arts in 2014. Over 50% of Null students scored Proficient or Advanced in Math in 2014. We continue to improve instruction so that all students will be proficient in both areas.
Grade Level Goals for 3 rd Grade 68% of third grade students will score proficient of advanced in the area of Mathematics (2014- 66%). 60% of third grade students will score proficient or advanced in the area of Communication Arts (2014-49%).
Grade Level Goals for 4thGrade 60% of fourth grade students will score proficient or advanced in the area of Mathematics (2014-31%). 60% of fourth grade students will score proficient or advanced in the area of Communication Arts (2014-38%).
Building SMART goals 60% of students will score Proficient or Advanced in Communication Arts by 2015 (2014-43.8%). 60% of students will score Proficient or Advanced in Math by 2015 (2014-51.3%).
Reading Proficiency Goals All students are expected to make one full year of growth in reading SCSD uses Teacher’s College Running Record Benchmarks to determine reading levels ▫ Students will read a book specifically chosen to match with reading level being tested. ▫ They will be marked on accuracy, fluency, retelling of the story, and comprehension questions
Title I Funded Null Elementary Programs Full time Title I Teacher Title I Nights—2 /year Part time Interventionists Parent Involvement Plan School Wide Building Plan
Null Interventions At Null we provide students with targeted, research-based interventions based on assessment and observation to provide a specific target of instruction. The full time teacher and part time interventionists provide extra assistance and support to students in reading and math.
Null Parent Involvement Plan Goal : Promote, facilitate, and enhance parent, student, and community involvement in LEA (local educational agencies) /District educational programs ▫ Student led conferences with parents ▫ Family nights provide program education and information ▫ Involve parents in development of school improvement plan ▫ Involve parents on school committees ▫ http://nullelementaryschool.weebly.com/uploads/2/2/1/0/22107490/title_i_paren t_involvement_plan_pdf.pdf
Null School Wide Building Plan Goal : Ensure planning for student achievement and implementation of the plan ▫ Assessment measures used appropriately ▫ Teachers are collaborating and getting professional development ▫ Activities outside of school are available- Lego Club, Leadership Club ▫ Parent/Community Involvement in student achievement ▫ http://nullelementaryschool.weebly.com/uploads/2/2/1/0/22107490/null__appr oved_t-i_school_wide_plan_4-16-14.pdf
Families are an important part of the educational team Be involved- Classroom parties, Spirit Day, PTO Attend Null Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) meetings Attend your children’s school conferences and family activities designed to help your children succeed
Families are an important part of the educational team Help your child come to school ready to learn by making sure he/she: ▫ Is well rested ▫ Eats breakfast at home or gets to school on time to eat breakfast at school ▫ has homework completed- read together at home!
Know your rights as a parent… Missouri Parent Information Resource Center (PIRC) at http://www.missouri-pirc.org/http://www.missouri-pirc.org/ http://www.stcharles.k12.mo.us/ http://www.stcharles.k12.mo.us/ http://www2.ed.gov/programs/titleiparta/re sources.html http://www2.ed.gov/programs/titleiparta/re sources.html Contact your Title I teacher- Mrs. Leibner email@example.com or 636-443-4939 firstname.lastname@example.org
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