Parental Involvement 2009 - 2011. Mobile County Public School System Division of Federal and Special Programs Technical Assistance Paula Reese, Parent Specialist. Parental Involvement PDCA 2009 - 2011. Our focus is “School, Family, and Community Partnerships.”
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Mobile County Public School System
Division of Federal and Special Programs
Paula Reese, Parent Specialist
The following documents are needed:
-Use Toolkit to add aligned materials, activities and resources to support strategy .
-Complete timeline, person responsible, measures of progress and resource allocations for that strategy.
Note: Strategy #1 also meets the criteria for Staff Development regarding “training teachers to better understand families/parents.
What it looks like:
1. Assist families with parenting skills and setting home conditions to support children as students. Also, assist schools to better understand families. (Add aligned activities from Parental Involvement Toolkit )Monthly workshops, math night, parent resource center, teacher in-service to better understand parents, and Parent Organizer
Parental Involvement PDCA2009 - 2011
The Concern: Some LEAs engage their parent-teacher associations in carrying out responsibilities for activities required by the Title I program.
Title I activities must not be advertised as PTA / PTO activities, as Title I activities must not cost parents money to participate.
Meetings that involve Title I funds and information must be open and available to all Title I parents and no fee is to be charged.
This guidance does not prevent Title I parents from being a part of PTA / PTO, as the law allows for appropriate roles for community-based organizations.
Note: Title I meetings must stand alone.
Examples of announcements and agendas identifying meetings with Title I parents.
Title I meetings are conducted by school or LEA staff knowledgeable about Title I.
Interviews with principals reflect a clear understanding of the difference between Title I parent meetings and PTA meetings.
Interviews with parents reflect a clear understanding that they have opportunities to participate in Title I parent meetings, and there is no cost for the parent.
MOBILE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM
DIVISION OF FEDERAL AND SPECIAL PROGRAMS
Office of Home-School-Community Involvement
Parent Manager or Parent Organizer Request 2009 – 2010
Funds are allocated in my Title I 4110 budget for the 2009 – 2010 school year for:
(If this is not a new position and the personnel did not change please submit a copy of Exhibit B in place of a position control form)
Please return this request to Paula Seldon via the mailbag or fax to 221-5473. All new position control forms for the 2009 – 2010 school year will be submitted in a timely manner. All contracts for new and/or returning parent organizers will be submitted to the board for approval prior to the end of the 2008 – 2009 school year.
Please call 221-5218 if you have any questions or concerns.
Principal Signature Date