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Overview of Title I Services. Purpose. Overview of Title I Funding sources Expectations Parent Night Assessments Structure for grade level services. Title I Activity.

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purpose
Purpose
  • Overview of Title I
  • Funding sources
  • Expectations
  • Parent Night
  • Assessments
  • Structure for grade level services
title i activity
Title I Activity
  • Sort the information in your envelope into two categories (If you don’t have these materials they are available on the website)
  • Category A – what you want for Title I students
  • Category B – what you want for Non-Title I students
isn t this what we want for all students
Isn’t this what we want for all students?
  • Use quality assessments and accountability systems to measure student growth
  • Provide students with well trained teachers, viable curriculum, and instructional materials that align to challenging state academic standards
  • Ensure that parents and administrators can measure progress against common expectations for academic achievement
  • Close the achievement gap between high and low performing children especially those gaps between minority and non-minority students, and between disadvantaged and advantaged peers
  • Provide children an enriched and accelerated education program
  • Provide parents with meaningful opportunities to participate in the education of their children
  • Elevate the quality of instruction by providing staff with professional development opportunities
  • Provide choice to students in low-performing schools, allowing them to attend a school where they are more likely to receive a high-quality education
funding details
Funding Details
  • Title 1 funds are used to close the gap between low-income students and other students.
  • Funding comes from U.S. Department of Education based on the % of students eligible for Free & Reduced lunch.
  • ALL students in the qualifying school are eligible to participate in Title I services, regardless of their own economic status.
eligibility
Eligibility
  • So, how does my child qualify for services?
  • Based on data collected from teachers your child may or may not qualify.
  • Your child may qualify in math and not reading.
  • Your child may qualify in the fall, but not in the spring.
  • Once you participate you are not locked in.
  • Constant review of data and fluidity of groups is an expectation.
the feds require
The Feds Require…

DOCUMENTATION

CBM, CBA, Progress Monitoring Tools

JUST TO NAME A FEW!!

PARENT COMMUNICATION & MEETINGS

cbm resources progressing monitoring
CBM Resources – Progressing Monitoring

AAA Math is available from home on

Links for Kids!

double or triple dips
Double, or triple dips…
  • Classroom instruction
  • Title I tutors
  • Reading Recovery
mrs lee
Mrs. Lee

Mrs. Naimy

how can parents help
How Can Parents Help?
  • Ensure that your child is at school on time on a regular basis
  • Make school work a priority at home
  • Teach self-respect and respect for adults and others
  • Promote reading daily for 20-30 minutes
  • Read and respond to school-to-home communication and reply promptly
  • Attend conferences
  • Encourage your child by building on his/her strengths