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Title I School-Wide Annual Parent Involvement Orientation Under Elementary and Secondary Education Assistance Act of 1965. Presented by Newton County School System Office of Federal Programs. What Is Title I?.
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Newton County School System
Office of Federal Programs
Title I is a part of the Federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), formally known as No Child Left Behind (2001). The Act provides financial assistance to state and local education agencies to meet the educational needs of children who may be at risk of failing the state’s performance standards.
School-wide: All students are eligible to be served
Targeted Assisted: Specific students only
A School-Wide program uses Title I funds to develop and maintain quality educational services in the core academic areas in order to raise academic achievement for all students at the school.
Our school uses the state-mandated curriculum that allows us to follow the Common Core Georgia Performance Standards (CCGPS) for English/Language Arts, Reading, and Math and the Georgia Performance Standards ( GPS) for Social Studies and Science.
The Georgia Milestones Assessment System will consist of an End of Grade (EOG) assessment. Student achievement in grades
3-8 will be measured using EOG tests in language arts, mathematics, science, social studies.
WE NEED YOU!!!!!
Parent Involvement is the participation of parents in regular, two-way, and meaningful communication involving student academic learning and school activities. Parent Involvement is a requirement of the Title I program. We welcome and encourage all parents to be actively involved in our school.
Volunteer Opportunities and Programs to support our students include:
V.I.P (Very Involved Parents)
ASAP (After School Activities Program)
EIP (Early Intervention Program)
of federal funds are allocated for parent involvement
We value our students and parents. It is our desire to provide prompt attention to any concerns and questions you may have. Your input and feedback is appreciated at all times. Feel free to contact us at any time.
Mrs. Marquita Wilkins
Principal, Heard Mixon Elementary School
Dr. Angelia Cameron,
Assistant Principal, Heard Mixon Elementary School
Mrs. Maria Hargrove
Title One Contact, Heard Mixon Elementary School