Presentation on theme: "AYP AYP=Adequate Yearly Progress on the WASL test By 2014, Federal Law states that 100% of all students must meet state academic standards WASL-Grades."— Presentation transcript:
AYP AYP=Adequate Yearly Progress on the WASL test By 2014, Federal Law states that 100% of all students must meet state academic standards WASL-Grades 3, 4, 5 (Elementary)
AYP Subject3 rd Grade4 th Grade5 th Grade 2008 Minimum Requirements for AYP ReadingYour data here 76% MathYour data here 33%
TITLE I Purpose: To increase student achievement in schools with high % of families living in lower income situations. Title I funds are used for staff, training and parent involvement.
Parent Involvement We encourage Parent Involvement and we know there are many different ways to be a partner in your childs learning. –Volunteering- there are many opportunities to help out at school. Check with your childs teacher for ideas. –Learning at Home -Helping your child at home is the best way to be involved. Checking your childs backpack for information, talking about the school day, and helping with homework are some easy ways to stay connected. –Decision Making -We encourage parent participation on our School Improvement Committee and other committees in our school. –Communication- We send newsletters and other information home on a regular basis and we want to hear what you have to say. Our hope is to have open communication from School to Home AND Home to School.
Student, Parent, Teacher Compact Agreement between schools and families on how to work together to raise student achievement Reviewed and revised yearly with Parent input Found in Parent Handbook Signed at conferences
Parent Involvement Policy Describes how our school carries out Parent Involvement requirements. Reviewed and revised yearly with Parent input Found in Parent Handbook
SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT School Improvement Plan-Can be found in main office in a notebook. We encourage parent input in the school improvement plan. Please see the principal for more information.
Parent Rights As part of the provisions of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 for students attending Title I Schools, you may request the professional qualifications of your childs classroom teacher by contacting the office.