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ANNUAL TRIFECTA TITLE I PARENT MEETING September 15, 2011. Egypt Elementary (Jana Richey , Principal ) Raleigh-Egypt Middle (Rommie Vasser , Principal ) Raleigh Egypt High (Michael Bailey , Principal ). MCS does not discriminate against any person based on race,

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annual trifecta title i parent meeting september 15 2011

ANNUAL TRIFECTA TITLE IPARENT MEETINGSeptember 15, 2011

Egypt Elementary

(Jana Richey, Principal)

Raleigh-Egypt Middle

(Rommie Vasser, Principal)

Raleigh Egypt High

(Michael Bailey, Principal)

MCS does not discriminate against any person based on race,

color, gender, national origin, disability or age.

title i parent meeting september 16 2011 agenda 9 00 am
TITLE IPARENT MEETINGSeptember 16, 2011AGENDA – 9:00 AM

WELCOME Tri-fecta Administrative Representative

TITLE ONE IN REVIEW Instructional Facilitators:Cammesha Sims, Melanie Knapp, Travis McGlothian, & Vanessa Wallace

Parent Counselor: Karma Douglas & JohnicanLias

Title One Quiz Parents & Other Audience Members

CLOSING REMARKS

MCS does not discriminate against any person based on race,

color, gender, national origin, disability or age.

title i parent meeting agenda 5 30 pm
TITLE IPARENT MEETING AGENDA – 5:30 PM

Presentation of Colors Raleigh-Egypt High School AFJ ROTC

National Anthem Raleigh-Egypt High School Choir

WELCOME Northeast Regional Representative/ REMS Students

OPENING REMARKS Trifecta Principals

ACT Explore Tara Hardy REMS

PERFORMANCE Egypt Elementary School (Poetry)

TITLE ONE IN REVIEW Instructional Facilitators: Cammesha Sims, Melanie Knapp, Travis McGlothian, & Vanessa Wallace

PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT Johnican Lias– Parent Counselor

TITLE ONE QUIZ Instructional Facilitators

PERFORMANCE Raleigh-Egypt Middle School (R.I.M.)

CLOSING REMARKS Raleigh-Egypt High School Principal

MCS does not discriminate against any person based on race,

color, gender, national origin, disability or age.

did you know
DID YOU KNOW?

The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 mandates the use of federal funds to meet state benchmarks for student achievement.

Egypt Elementary, Raleigh-Egypt Middle, and Raleigh-Egypt High Schools are ALL federally funded, school-wide Title I Schools.

mission of title i
MISSION OF TITLE I

The mission of Title I in the Memphis City Schools is to provide opportunities for students to meet the challenging content and performance standards expected of all students.

purpose of title one
PURPOSE OF TITLE ONE:

To provide children with an enriched and accelerated program

To promote parental involvement

To ensure high standards

how we use our funds
HOW WE USE OUR FUNDS?

OurTitle One funds provide :

Academic programs and strategies

Additional personnel

Professional Development opportunities

Technology

Student resources & materials

Interventions (after, during, & Saturday school tutorials)

Parental Involvement Opportunities

we are monitored on ten components
We are monitored on TEN COMPONENTS

1. Comprehensive Needs Assessment

2. School-wide Reform Strategies

3. Instruction by Highly Qualified Staff

4. High Quality Professional Development

5. Attracting Highly Qualified Teachers

we are monitored on ten components9
We are monitored on TEN COMPONENTS

6. Increasing Parental Involvement

7. Providing Assistance to Preschool Children

8. Involving Teachers in Decision-Making

9. Timely, Additional Assistance to Students Experiencing Difficulty

10. Coordination and Integration of Federal, State, and Local programs

title one compliance also involves
Title One Compliance also involves:

Conducting an Annual Title I Meeting

and

Reporting & Distributing (See Parent Handbooks):

District/School/AYP Status Information

Parents’ Right to Know Information

Military Recruitment Regulations

Homeless Children & Families Regulations

MCS Student Code of Conduct

Primary Home Language Forms

Our School Improvement Plan

title i compliance also involves
Title I Compliance also involves:

Reporting & Distributing(See Parent Handbooks) :

8. Teacher Qualifications

9. Status of Highly Qualified

Paraprofessionals

10. School Choice Information

11. District & School Family Engagement Policies

12. School/Home Compacts

13. Academic Interventions

14. Opportunities for additional parent meetings and trainings

our 2010 ayp status
OUR 2010 AYP STATUS:

Your HELP is NEEDED so ALL of our schools can be in

GOOD STANDING !!!

Egypt Elementary

(School Improvement Level 2)

Raleigh-Egypt Middle School

(State/LEA Reconstitution Plan1)

Raleigh-Egypt High School

(School Improvement Level 1)

academic achievement interventions
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT INTERVENTIONS:

MCS Academic Intervention Plan is the Excell Reports

MCS Literacy Plan

Extended Learning Programs

Reading Is Fundamental (RIF)

Discipline Plan

Additional Interventions by school:

Egypt Elementary - Stanford Math, Destinations, ThinkLink, Differentiated Instruction, Failure Free Reading, Reading Counts

Raleigh Egypt Middle - Read 180, Stanford Math, SES,

E-Learning

Raleigh-Egypt High School – Reading Plus, Stanford Math, ThinkLink, E-Learning, Course Recovery

ways we communicate your child s academic progress
WAYS WE COMMUNICATE YOUR CHILD’S ACADEMIC PROGRESS

Various Assessment Reports (Gateway, TCAP, TCAP Writing; ThinkLink, End of Course test, weekly D.A.T.A. assessments, nine weeks & semester exams)

Reading Programs

Progress Reports

Report Cards

School Code of Conduct

Parent-Teacher Conferences

Supplemental Educational Services (SES)

Tutorial Services

Parents may request assistance translating these results.

parental involvement is key
PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT is KEY!!

We encourage on-going parental

involvement in the educational

process. We share a common goal of

promoting success in every child daily.

How can you help us be successful?

parental involvement activities
PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT ACTIVITIES
  • Become a Volunteer (Parents on Patrol, Watch DOGS, Classroom Assistants, Extracurricular Activities)
  • Participate in Parent Meetings, Workshop & Training Sessions (Annual Parent Meeting, Parent Curriculum Nights, Parent-Teacher Conferences, District Parent Training)
  • Review Family Engagement Policies
  • (see Title I Parent Handbook)
  • School Improvement Plan
  • School Leadership Team
  • Review School/Parent/Student Compacts
  • (see Title I Parent Handbook)
working together will lead to a major change

WORKING TOGETHER WILL LEAD TO A MAJOR CHANGE !

School +

Parents +

Students =

SUCCESS

which is not a component for title one monitoring
Increasing Parental Involvement

Providing High Quality Professional Development

Attracting Low Quality Teachers

Providing Timely, Additional Assistance to Students Experiencing Difficulty

Which is NOT a Component for Title One Monitoring?
how can parents get involved
Become a Volunteer

Participate in Parent Meetings and Workshops

Review the Family Engagement Policies

All of the Above

HOW CAN PARENTS GET INVOLVED?
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Triangle

Trifecta

Tripod

Trifold

What is the collaboration called between Egypt Elementary, Raleigh-Egypt Middle, andRaleigh-Egypt High School?
which is not part of title one
To provide opportunities for students to meet performance standards.

To discriminate against any person based on race, color, gender, origin, disability or age.

To ensure high standards.

To create a positive and supportive learning environment.

WHICH IS NOT PART OF TITLE ONE?
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THE ANSWER ISEgypt ElementaryMs. Cammesha SimsRaleigh-Egypt Middle SchoolMs. Melanie Knapp & Mr. Travis McGlothianRaleigh- Egypt High SchoolMs. Vanessa Wallace

for which things can title i funds not be used
FOR WHICH THINGS CAN TITLE I FUNDS NOT BE USED?

1. Technology

2. Teacher Resources and Materials

3. Student Incentives

4. Parental Involvement Opportunities

thank you for attending our trifecta title i meeting

THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING OUR TRIFECTA TITLE I MEETING.

Do you have any Questions ?

Please feel free to contact your child's school for additional Title I questions.