Presentation on theme: "Title I Annual Public Meeting James Love School September 24, 2012."— Presentation transcript:
Title I Annual Public Meeting James Love School September 24, 2012
A. A federally funded Program designed to help any child in need C. The name of our school B. The name of a book B. The name of a book D. None of the above 100 Question: What is Title I?
Back to Board correct A. You are correct!
A. last name C. parents B. birthday D. a variety of assessments 200 Question: identified How are children identified for this program?
Back to Board Correct again! D. Correct again! Now lets take a look at the different assessments.
DIB ELS 1. DIBELS Data System (Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills) CBMCB M 2. CBM (Curriculum Based Measurement)
S TA R 3.STAR (Standardized Test for the Assessment of Reading) Teacher recommendations 4. Teacher recommendations
B. research-based literacy programs 300 Question: What programs will be used once my child is identified as needing extra help? A. none C. science programs D. all available
Back to Board B. Youre on a roll! So, what are these programs?
1 st 2 nd variety of programs In 1 st and 2 nd grade, we will use a variety of programs, such as Sonday and HELPS.
Title I work with 3 RD AND 4 th grade students Read Naturally and HELPS Title I will work with 3 RD AND 4 th grade students using programs such as Read Naturally and HELPS. We will also work with 3 rd and 4 th grade students on EOG Preparation!!
C. both A and B C. both A and B 400 Question: How can parents help? A. help at home with reading and homework B. volunteer your time and talents D. None of the above
Back to Board C. YES!
Readread read 1. Read, read, and read some more! Be a role model by reading yourself. #1 way The #1 way to become a better reader read more is to read more.
2. Provide your child with books that they can and want to read. 3. Visit the James Love Elementary Title I webpage often!
Check with your childs teacher about homework expectations 4. Check with your childs teacher about homework expectations, including Title I teachers!
5. Send your child to school on time each day. Youso You are so important in your childs literacy development!
D. Absolutely! 500 Question: Is parent involvement important to education and success? A. I guess so C. Sometimes B. Nope
Back to Board D. You are SO smart!! Lets take a look at some of the parent involvement activities at James Love!!