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Annual Title I Parent Meeting. (Add school name and date here). Agenda . Title I Program Title I Targeted Assistance Program (TAS) Description of Title I Program at our school Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) Parent Engagement Opportunities

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Annual title i parent meeting

Annual Title I Parent Meeting

(Add school name and date here)


Agenda
Agenda

  • Title I Program

  • Title I Targeted Assistance Program (TAS)

  • Description of Title I Program at our school

  • Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA)

  • Parent Engagement Opportunities

  • Title I Parent Policy & Home-School Compact


What is the title i program
What is the Title I Program?

  • Title I is one part of the No Child Left Behind/Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA).

  • It is a federally funded program that provides support for students and groups of students who are at risk of not mastering Common Core State Standards.


What is a title i targeted assistance school tas program
What is a Title I Targeted Assistance School (TAS) Program?

  • A Title I Targeted Assistance School Program allows funds in the School’s Plan to be used to provide services and support instructional needs for identified* children not yet demonstrating proficiency on the Common Core State Standards.

    *Students eligible for services must be identified on the basis of multiple, educationally related objective criteria established by the local educational agency (LEA) and school.


What does the title i program look like at our school
What does the Title I Program look like at our school?

  • Structures are in place to support at-risk students and monitor student learning:

    • List structures here…

  • Title I funds support improved student academic achievement by:

    • List Title I funded staff, SPSA actions that are applicable…


How are parents involved in the single plan for student achievement
How are parents involved in the Single Plan for Student Achievement?

  • Elected parents participate in the School Site Council (SSC).

  • The SSC is involved in the development of the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA), as well as the annual evaluation of the SPSA and monitoring the implementation of the SPSA actions toward achieving the School goals.

  • The SPSA describes the Title I Program at our school.


Parent engagement opportunities
Parent Engagement Opportunities Achievement?

  • Introduce Site Staff that support Parent engagement

  • Provide calendar of events

  • Etc…

  • Etc…

  • How will you provide parents information about the Common Core State Standards, the assessments used to measure student progress, and the expected levels of proficiency for students? You may describe the school’s instructional programs. You may also present data results and provide support on how parents may help at home.


Title i parent involvement policy home school compact
Title I Parent Involvement Policy & Home-School Compact Achievement?

  • The Parent Policy and Home-School Compactare jointly developed with parents, reviewed by the School Site Council and distributed to all parents.

  • The Policy includes how the site will implement the Title I required components of parent involvement.

  • The Compact describes the parents’, student’s and school’s responsibility for the education of the each student.


Questions
Questions? Achievement?

  • Thank you for attending our Annual Title I Parent Meeting.

  • We look forward to a rewarding year for all our students. Should any of you have any questions please feel free to call the school at 631- .


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