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Title I School-WideAnnual Parent Involvement OrientationUnder Elementary and Secondary Education Assistance Act of 1965

Presented by

Newton County School System

Office of Federal Programs

what is title i
What Is Title I?

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.

two service models
Two Service Models

School-wide: All students are eligible to be served

Targeted Assisted: Specific students only

our school has a title i school wide program
Our School has a Title-I School-Wide Program

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.

what is a title i school wide program
What is a Title I School-wide Program?

what is our school s designation status
What is Our School’s Designation Status?
  • School Designation Status:
  • Title I School-wide Program
  • No Designation Status
title i district goals
Title I District Goals
  • District Goals
  • To improve student achievement
  • To enhance teacher effectiveness
title i school wide goals
Title I School-wide Goals
  • HMES Goals
  • To educate all students to achieve their potential
  • To provide a rigorous and relevant education in order to prepare our students to think critically
  • To help our students acquire a lifetime of reading and writing independence
what curriculum does our school use
What Curriculum Does Our School Use?

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.

what test will my child be taking
What Test Will My Child be Taking?

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.



parent involvement opportunities what is parent involvement
Parent INVOLVEMENT OPPORTUNITIESWhat is Parent Involvement?

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.

title i parent involvement
Title I Parent Involvement
  • Purpose
  • To improve student achievement in reading, ELA, math, science & social studies
  • by providing parents the resources needed to support their child’s education
title i parent involvement volunteer opportunities
Title I Parent Involvement – Volunteer opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities and Programs to support our students include:

V.I.P (Very Involved Parents)

Mentor Program

ASAP (After School Activities Program)

EIP (Early Intervention Program)

Morning Groups

title i parent involvement1
Title I Parent Involvement
  • School Activities
  • Read With Someone You Love – October 30, 2014 1:00 PM
  • Math/Science Project Night– February 5, 2015 6:00 PM
  • Dr. Seuss’ Reading Activity – March 6, 2015 9:00 AM
  • Title I Parent Feedback/Revision Meeting – May 7, 2015  1:00PM
parent involvement packets
Parent Involvement Packets
  • Title I Brochure
  • Parent Involvement Policy
  • Home-School Packet
  • Parent Involvement Calendar
  • Title I Parent Information
  • Parent's Right To Know
  • Frequently Used Terms
  • Occupational Survey ( located in Student Agenda)
  • This will come home before September 30th, 2014.
what is required by law for parent involvement
What is Required by law for Parent Involvement?
  • District’s Parental Involvement Policy
    • The District’s Parent Involvement Policy-Establishes the district’s expectations for parental involvement and guides the strategies and resources that strengthen district and parent partnerships.
  • School’s Parental Involvement Policy
    • The School’s Parent Involvement Policy-Establishes the school’s expectations for parental involvement and guides the strategies and resources that strengthen school and parent partnerships.
    • School-Parent Compact-
    • An agreement that parents, students, and teachers develop together. It explains how parents and teachers will work together to make sure all students receive the individual support they need to reach and exceed grade level academic standards.
  • Parents Right To Know
    • Parents' Right to Know Under ESEA-a parent has the right to know the following information:
    • ◦The qualifications of the school staff providing instruction to their child.
    • ◦Their child's level of achievement in each state academic assessment.
    • ◦Whether their child has been assigned to or has been taught for four or more consecutive weeks by a teacher of a core academic subject who is not highly qualified.
how is title i parent involvement money spent
How is Title I Parent Involvement Money Spent?


of federal funds are allocated for parent involvement


  • Instructional and academic resources for Parent Resource Center/Section
  • Instructional Resources for student support
  • Parent Involvement Workshops and activities
  • Light Refreshments for Parent Workshops and activities
responding to parents
Responding To Parents

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.

school contact information
School-Contact Information

Mrs. Marquita Wilkins

Principal, Heard Mixon Elementary School

(770) 784-2980

[email protected]

Dr. Angelia Cameron,

Assistant Principal, Heard Mixon Elementary School

(770) 784-2980

[email protected]

Mrs. Maria Hargrove

Title One Contact, Heard Mixon Elementary School

(770) 784-2980

[email protected]

district contact information
District-Contact Information

Dr. Shelia Thomas

Director, Office of Federal Programs

770-787-1330 extension 1250

[email protected]

Dr. Cara Richardson

Parent Involvement Coordinator

770-787-1330 extension 1228

[email protected]