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Reading club Parent Meeting. North Grove Fall 2014. our Ng administrators & Reading Club Team!. Brian Proctor, Principal Ron Siner , Assistant to the Principal Haley Smith, Title I Teacher Tiffany Robinson, Title I Instructor Allison Munn, Title I Instructor

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reading club parent meeting
Reading clubParent Meeting

North Grove Fall 2014

our ng administrators reading club team
our Ng administrators & Reading Club Team!
  • Brian Proctor, Principal
  • Ron Siner, Assistant to the Principal
  • Haley Smith, Title I Teacher
  • Tiffany Robinson, Title I Instructor
  • Allison Munn, Title I Instructor
  • Lora Rich, Title I Instructor (1/2 day)
what is reading club
What is reading club?
  • Reading Club (Title I) is a federally funded program to provide supplemental reading instruction.
  • Title I funding provides extra resources and academic support to students in kindergarten through 5th grade.
title i in the district
Title I in the District
  • Funding is based on the number of students in the district who qualify for Free/Reduced lunch.
  • 3 of our 5 elementary schools provide Title I services. Each Center Grove school chooses which grades to target for supplemental reading instruction.
how are students selected
How are students selected?
  • Criteria:
    • AIMSweb Testing
      • Letter Naming, Letter Sounds (K-1)
      • Oral Reading – Fluency (1-5)
      • MAZE – Comprehension (2-5)
services provided
Services Provided
  • Instruction in all areas of reading:
    • Comprehension
    • Vocabulary
    • Phonics
    • Phonemic Awareness
    • Fluency
  • Small group daily
  • Set reading goals
  • Monitor and assess growth
  • Collaboration with classroom teacher
aimsweb progress monitoring
AIMSweb Progress monitoring
  • AIMSweb:

District’s universal screener and progress monitoring tool for students in grades K-8.

  • Progress monitoring frequency:

Every other week

  • Email updates:

Progress monitor updates will be sent to parents who provide consent. Reports will be emailed to the addresses listed in Skyward.

text level
Text Level
  • Leveled books are texts designed along a gradient from level A (easiest) to level Z (hardest).  
  • Instructional level: The level that he or she can read with instructional support (e.g., an introduction to the text, reviewing words ahead of time, etc).
  • Independent level: The level at which the student can read without teacher support.
  • Hard level: Level of frustration
when how do students exit
When & how do students exit?
  • How long do students stay in the program?

Each child's learning progresses at a different rate. Achild may stay in the program 6 weeks, one semester, an entire academic year, or remain in the program for several years.

  • What is the exiting criteria?
    • At least 7 weeks in the program
    • Child’s rate of improvement meets or exceeds the target rate of improvement.
  • Attend Title I meetings and events
  • Participate in conferences with teachers
  • Use activities at home to help strengthen your child’s reading skills
    • Read LLI take-home books and complete “fun work” together
    • Remember to make this quick and fun!
  • Helpful websites: