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  1. “What is Title 1?”“ QueesTitulo 1?”Escuela Bella Romero Academica de TechnolicaApplicada The Bella Romero Academy of Applied Technology 9/16/14 4:30 p.m.

  2. History of Title 1 • Title 1 of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 was created to ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach, at a minimum, proficiency on challenging State academic achievement standards and state academic assessments. • LA HISTORIA DE TITULO 1 • El titulo 1 de el Elementario y SecondarioActo de 1965 fuecreado para asegurarquetodo los niñostengan favorable, egualidad y opurtunidadsignificante para obtenerunaeducacion de altacalidad y alcanzar un minimoprofencia. Al recusar al estadoacademicologro y nivel y estadoamillaramientosacademicos.

  3. Funding • Eight schools in Weld County School District #6 receive funding based on the percentage of their students on free lunch (above 75%). • The Bella Romero Academy K-8 is currently more than 90% free and reduced lunch with nearly 80% of our students that qualify for completely free lunch. • It is very important that you fill-out your free and reduced lunch forms by October 1st. • Ochoescuelasen el condado Weld Districto #6 recibenfondoen base de percentaje de susestudiantesquetomanlonches gratis.( Arriba de 75%) • La Academica Bella Romero K-8 esta mas de 90% de lonches gratis o reducidos. Son 80% los quequalifican para lonches gratis. • Esmuyimportantequeustedllenelasformas para lonches gratis o reduciodos antes de Octubre1.

  4. Title funding allocation 2014-2015 • Budget for The Academy:$456,276 (K-5) $148,856 (6-8) $605,132 (total) • Parent Liason(2) • Claudia Pacheco • Connie Martinez • Intervention specialists (5) • Rebecca Jackson • Melissa Aiello • Estella Hernandez • Jennifer McKinzie • Sam Hogness • Literacy coaches (2) • Tonya Deering • Annmarie Haggin • Full day kindergarten (5) • Crystal Lowe • Hannah Lobato • Karen Ward • Michelle Collins • Jennifer Gregoire

  5. Other expenditures • Leadership team stipends • Monthly at both sites • Translators • Parent Teacher Conferences • Technology • Promethean boards and upkeep • Intervention programs: • Reading Mastery Signature Edition (Grades 2-5) • Phonics for Reading • SIPPS • Language for Learning, Thinking, and Writing

  6. OTRAS EXPENDITURAS • Grupojefaturaestipendio • Cadamesenlas dos escuelas • Traductores • Conferencias de Parientes y Maestros • Tecnologico • Acometer y sostenimiento • ProgramasIntervenciones • DominariaLecturaSignaturaEdicion (Grados 2-5) • Fonico para Lectura • SIPPS • Lenguaje para Laer, Pensiamento, y Escritura

  7. Parent Education • 5 meetings throughout the year • September 9, Technology and parent communication • November 11, Reading program • January 13, Math program • March 10, Standardized testing • May 12, Summer enrichment

  8. EDUCACION DE PARIENTES • Cinco juntas entre el año • 9 de Septiembre, Tecnolojico y communicacionpariente • 11 de Noviembre, Programa de Lectura • 13 de Enero, ProgramaMatematico • 10 de Marzo, ExamenEstandarizado • 12 de Mayo, Enricamente de Verano

  9. Part II “State of the School” • School Performance Framework (SPF) • Four levels decided on points calculated from Academic Achievement (25 total points), Academic Growth (50), and Academic Growth Gaps (25). • Levels are: • Performance 60% • Improvement 47-59% • Priority Improvement 33-46% • Turnaround below 32% • The Academy performance indicator from 2013 is 55.3% (Improvement) • 10.4 of 25 points for achievement • 29.5 of 50 points for growth • 15.4 of 25 points for growth gaps

  10. PARTE DOS “ El ESTADO DE LA ESCUELA” • Armazon de Compartamiento de Escuela (SPF) • Puntos son decididosen quarto livelesenpuntoscalculados de EjecucionAcedemica(vientecincopuntosen total. CrecimientoAcademico(50), y CecimientoAcademicoBoquete(25). • Los niveles son: • Comportamiento 60% • Adelantamiento 47-59% • DelantamientoPrioridad 33-46% • Volteyamenteesbajo de 32% • La compartamiento de la Academicaindica de 2013 es 55.3% (Adelantamiento) • 10.4 de 25 puntos son porejucacio • 29.5 de 50 puntos son porcrecimiento • 15.4 de 25 puntos son porcrecimientoboquete

  11. Closure/CONCLUCION • Clarifying questions/Clarificandopreguntas • Concerns/Concernir • Helpful hints/Provechososugestion