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Annual Parent Meeting Klein Road Elementary
© Not for use of distribution without permission. Why are we here? NCLB law requires that Title I Schools conduct an annual meeting with parents to Provide information to parents regarding the benefits of the Title I program And Share other information with parents about the ‘Parent’s Right- to-Know’ section of the law.
© Not for use of distribution without permission. What is the Title I program? Title I is a federal program funded through the No Child Left Behind law. Title I is designed to help students achieve proficiency on the challenging Texas academic achievement standards.
© Not for use of distribution without permission. What is our Title I program? Our school uses Title I funds, along with other Federal, State, and local funds, to operate a "schoolwide program.” Schoolwide means that all students are eligible to receive services and support. The law states that we must focus on those students who are ‘at-risk’ or ‘most at-risk’ of not passing the state assessment.
© Not for use of distribution without permission. What is the State Assessment? TEA developed the STAAR assessment to measure what students have learned. The STAAR assessment is used in grades 3-10 this year.
© Not for use of distribution without permission. What are the State standards? The academic standards in Texas are the TEKS – Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills – which TEA has developed for all grades and core academic subjects tested on the STAAR. The TEKS tell us what students are supposed to know and be able to do from grade to grade. Classroom teachers use the TEKS as standards for their curriculum, instruction and assessment.
© Not for use of distribution without permission. Other Standards In addition to the TEKS… Texas also has the: College and Career Readiness Standards – CCRS English Language Proficiency Standards – ELPS Pre-Kindergarten Guidelines
© Not for use of distribution without permission. What is the purpose? Title I is designed to help students served by the program to achieve proficiency with the TEKS and STAAR.
© Not for use of distribution without permission. What does our school do for students who need assistance? Tutorials Interventions provided by classroom teachers and additional intervention teachers when a student is not making progress towards mastering TEKS.
© Not for use of distribution without permission. What can parents/families do to help? Attendance is key! Make sure your child attends school and other services, such as tutorials. Participate in parent involvement activities that assist you in learning how to increase your child's achievement level. Attend parent-teacher conferences and meet regularly with your child’s teacher. Make sure that your child completes all assignments. Encourage your child to read every day and/or read with them.
Annual Meeting, Part 2
© Not for use of distribution without permission. Teacher Qualifications You have the right to know… Whether the teacher has met state qualification and licensing criteria for the grade levels and subject areas in which the teacher provides instruction. Whether the teacher is teaching under emergency or other provisional status through which state qualifications or licensing criteria have been waived. The baccalaureate degree major of the teacher and any other graduate certification or degree held by the teacher, and the field of discipline of the certification or degree.
© Not for use of distribution without permission. What do we do? At our campus, all teachers must be highly qualified and Texas Certified – or participating in an alternative certification program. We also provide mentoring and other support to make sure that teachers are successful. Our goal is to make sure that we have the best teachers and staff so that our students are successful.
© Not for use of distribution without permission. What about paraprofessionals? You have the right to request information concerning whether your child is provided services by paraprofessionals, and, if so, their qualifications.
© Not for use of distribution without permission. What about paraprofessionals? The NCLB requirements state that all paraprofessionals who provide instructional duties must either have: An associate’s degree; 48-hours from an accredited college or university; or Training and demonstrated knowledge of and the ability to assist in instructing in the areas of reading, writing, and math, or in “school readiness”
© Not for use of distribution without permission. What does this mean? All campus paraprofessionals have met the requirement. In addition, we expect them to participate in ongoing training.
© Not for use of distribution without permission. What about State Assessments? You have the right to know about the achievement level of your child in each of the state’s academic assessments – STAAR. Our campus provides copies of the Confidential Student Report (CSR) for each student who participates in STAAR. Other assessments, such as TELPAS (Texas English Language Proficiency Assessment System) for English language learners, are also shared with parents, if it applies to your child.
© Not for use of distribution without permission. Highly Qualified Teachers You have the right to know if your child has been assigned to or has been taught for four or more consecutive weeks by a teacher who is not highly qualified as defined by NCLB. Our campus will provide this notice, if applicable. At this time, all teachers meet the highly qualified requirements.
© Not for use of distribution without permission. School and Home Connections We must provide information to parents in the language parents understand. Please let us know if you or another parent needs assistance in another language.
© Not for use of distribution without permission. Parent Involvement Policy Each Title I campus must have a Parent Involvement Policy which includes the following: policy involvement; shared responsibilities for high student academic achievement; building capacity for involvement; and accessibility. We are required to share this policy with you and will be found on our website after the Campus Improvement Committee approves it at the end of November.
© Not for use of distribution without permission. School-Parent Compacts Each Title I campus must have a School-Parent Compact which outlines the: school responsibilities Parent/family responsibilities Student responsibilities (secondary schools) We are required to share this School- Parent Compact with you.
© Not for use of distribution without permission. For additional information regarding STAAR, go to: www.esc13.net www.esc13.net Click on the following box
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