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1 Title I Annual Meeting A Collaborative Presentation Department of Federal and State Programs and Title I Schools


3 Federal guidelines require Title I schools to hold an Annual Meeting to explain and discuss Title I programs and requirements. Purpose of Meeting 3

4 Title I is a federal grant that: provides supplemental funds to schools with high concentrations of poverty to meet educational goals supports the professional development of teachers supports parent engagement programs What is Title I? 4

5 Eligibility is based on the percentage of students eligible to receive free/reduced price meals Must be supplemental to District funds Required to set-aside a minimum amount for Family Engagement Parents are stakeholders in determining how Parent Engagement funds are to be used Qualifying for Title I 5

6 Refer to the script for the narrative Narrative (no text); add pictures of students reading, conducting experiments, attending tutorials and sample picture of parent teacher conferences and teachers attending professional development Schoolwide Title I Programs 6

7 Referred to as the PIP Describes how the school will carry out the parental involvement requirements Developed jointly with parents Written summary of the PIP is distributed to parents Parent Involvement Policy/Plan 7

8 Title I schools must: provide information on how the school works with parents, community, volunteers, and business partnerships to increase student achievement provide trainings to staff on effective strategies to engage parents in their children’s education provide academic parent trainings designed to increase student achievement explain the curriculum, assessments, and the minimum standards that students are required to meet Parent Involvement Policy/Plan 8

9 Each Title I school must have a School-Parent Compact that is written by parents and school personnel The compact sets out the responsibilities of the students, parents, and school staff in striving to raise student achievement School-Parent Compact 9

10 At the elementary level, the compact should be shared during parent-teacher conferences The compact is to be reviewed and signed each year by stakeholders School-Parent Compact 10

11 Parents’ Right to Know Parents have the right to request and receive timely information regarding the professional qualifications of their child’s teachers and paraprofessionals Parents must be notified if their child is assigned to or taught for four or more consecutive weeks by a teacher who is not highly qualified 11

12 Parents should be provided information regarding the level of achievement of their child on state required academic assessments To the extent that is feasible, information must be in a language the parents can understand Parents’ Right to Know 12

13 Research by Epstein and Associates in 2009 shows no matter the socio-economic status, when parents are involved, students are more likely to: attend school regularly earn better grades obtain better test scores be promoted to the next grade adapt to change have better social skills graduate continue their education Parent Involvement 13

14 School should work with parents to ensure child’s success School and parents should jointly make decisions that affect child’s education School and Parents 14

15 School and parent partnerships are built within Advisory Councils (School and District) School provides opportunities for parents to volunteer time and talents School offers parent workshops, trainings, parent/teacher conferences, and Parent Resource Centers School and Parents 15

16 Purpose of the Migrant Education Program To improve educational opportunities of migrant students by helping them: succeed in the regular school program meet the challenging state academic content achieve grade level academic standards graduate from high school Migrant Education Program 16

17 Purpose of the Migrant Education Program To ensure the special needs of migrant students are coordinated to help them overcome: educational disruption cultural and language barriers social isolation various health-related problems barriers for a successful transition to postsecondary education or employment Migrant Education Program 17

18 The McKinney-Vento Act: Who are eligible for services? Families who, due to a loss of housing, live: in a shelter, motel, vehicle, or campground on the street in abandoned buildings or are doubled-up with relatives or friends Eligible homeless children have rights and privileges under the McKinney-Vento Act. Students Experiencing Homelessness 18

19 Every school district has a Homeless Education Liaison who helps to: decide which school would be best for the child communicate with the school provide school supplies, uniforms, supplemental services and free school meals set up transportation to and from the school of origin find community support Students Experiencing Homelessness 19

20 Parents are our great partners and advocate in their child’s education. It is time to turn the presentation over to the school’s administrators to discuss their academic goals this year and how Title I schoolwide program will provide support in meeting those goals. Transition to School’s Leadership 20

21 For this school year, our strategic academic goal is to increase student achievement in the following core areas: FSA ELA From ______ to ______ FSA Math From ______ to ______ EOC Assessment From ______ to ______ Title I Focus School Name: _________ 21

22 To meet our strategic academic goal, we are using this year’s Title I supplemental funds for the following: Teaching/Coaching position(s) Discuss the work he/she/they do to impact student achievement Technology and supplies Why and what is the impact to student achievement? Tutorial/Extended learning Opportunities Discuss the tutorial procedure and schedule Parent Involvement and Trainings How will the school increase home-school communication? What are the different academic trainings parents and guardians could attend? Title I Focus School Name: _________ 22

23 In compliance with the Parent Involvement Policy/Plan, we would like to invite you to attend our upcoming parent trainings: (1) Name/Title of the parent training What will the parents learn to help their children master some foundational skills at home; Date and time (2) Name/Title of the parent training What will the parents learn to help their children learn at home; Date and time (3) Name/Title of the parent training What will the parents learn to help their children learn at home; Date and time Academic Parent Trainings 23

24 Here is a sample of our school’s academically focused School-Parent Compact Discuss (1) the importance of the School-Parent Compact (2) how it was developed and (3) how it is going to be used to impact student achievement School-Parent Compact 24

25 Parents’ opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback Complete evaluation Thank you for your attendance, participation and feedback. We look forward to a successful school year! Conclusion 25

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