Title I for nonpublic school students. Tucker McKissick. 717-783-3381 firstname.lastname@example.org. What is Title I?. Funding is based on the number of low-income students who reside in eligible attendance areas
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Title I for nonpublic school students
Important Terms to Remember
A. Send Participation Letters to Non-Publics
B. Complete eGrants Application in August
C. Hold Pep Rally for first football game of the season
Timely and Meaningful refers to:
A. prompt and sincere dialog between the non-public school administrator and the district title I staff
B. holding a conversation anytime before Title services begin
C. the time it takes to plan a program
How are services determined?
If they can receive monies, then the student is tested to see if that student needs academic services.
True or False
Non-public schools provide the names of the students who are attending their school to the local school district.
A. The school district collects non-public enrollment data in Oct./Nov.
B. All poverty students who attend a non-public school will receive Title I service
C. Only the academically needy can get Title I services when attending a non-public school
Which one is correct?
Mrs. Good uses the November data for school enrollment when she completes the eGrants application in May.
True or False
The attendance number can be easily changed after the grant has been submitted.
It’s the month of June, 2012 and the Smith family has decided to send their children to parochial schools within their school district.
Here are some of the things you need to know about the Smith family.
They live in the Woody Fields School District.
Woody Fields School District is a part of the Heaven Gate Diocese.
The Smith family:
3 school age children:
Jack is 11 years old and is in the 5th grade. Jack struggles in both reading and math.
Jenny is 8 years old and is in the 2nd grade. Jenny has problems with reading.
Robert is 15 years old and is in the 9th grade. Robert is functioning at grade level in both reading and math.
One more thing.
All three children receive Free and Reduced Lunch.
So, Mrs. Smith contacts the Diocese to see what is needed to send her children to parochial school.
Mrs. Smith has completed all the forms, paid her tuition and the children are excited to go to a new school!
Back at the school district -
It’s now August and school is about to begin.
The Smith children are about to begin their journey.
If the Smith children start school in August, when will the students “officially” receive title services?
A. They will receive services in October.
B. They will receive services next fall.
C. They won’t receive services.