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  1. SouthmorelandSchool District ESEA Title I Reading 2013

  2. Title I and Related School PersonnelSouthmoreland Primary Center • Mr. Daniel A. Clara, Principal • Mrs. Tammy Wesolowski, Counselor • Mrs. Patti Debiasio, Title I Grade 1 • Mrs. Amy Detore-Pushkis, Title I Kindergarten • Mrs. Sherry Fowler, Principal’s Secretary

  3. Title I and Related School PersonnelSouthmoreland Elementary School • Mr. John L. Lee, Jr., Principal • Miss Lisa Fratto, Counselor • Miss Charlene Pritts, Building Secretary • Mrs. Robin Roth, Secretary to the Principal

  4. Title I and Related PersonnelCentral Office • Dr. Timothy P. Scott, Assistant Superintendent, Federal Programs Coordinator • Mr. Daniel A. Clara, Director of Student Support Services K-12 • Ms. Donnie Kalp, Secretary • Mrs. Michele Shawley, Secretary

  5. What is Title I? • The largest federal aid program in America’s schools • Provides extra reading instruction for those in most need • Not learning support or special education

  6. How are students selected for the Title I Program? • Letter recognition • Letter sound association skills • Achievement test scores (DIBELS) • Teacher referral* • Curriculum-based assessments

  7. Allocations for Title I Funding • 2012-2013 $360,263 • 2011-2012 $370,473 • 2010-2011 $392,555 • 2009-2010 $397,361 • 2008-2009 $365,212 • 2007-2008 $372,540 • 2006-2007 $411,692 • 2005-2006 $438,401 • 2004-2005 $492,411 • 2003-2004 $555,369 • 2002-2003 $636,500 • 2001-2002 $641,832 • 2000-2001 $641,832 • 1999-2000 $641,832 • 1998-1999 $641,832 • 1997-1998 $645,523

  8. Breakdown of Title I Budget

  9. Parent Involvement is Important • Read at home with children • Open House • Read Across America program • Parent trainings • Workshop at IU #7 • Encourage, support, listen, investigate • Annual Meeting • Parent Teacher Conferences • Special Events at School • Homework supervision • Kiwanis Club program

  10. FEDERAL PROGRAMS PLANNING FOR 2013-2014 MEETING THE REQUIREMENTS OF “NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND”

  11. TITLE I • Continue to provide reading services in primary grades, with emphasis on early intervention and skill building. • Title I Programming has been added in upper grades to provide intervention in reading and in literacy. Academic support for all students is provided through Intervention/Enrichment time during the school day.

  12. TITLE V Innovative Education • Provide training in the integration of technology in the classroom. • Provide student response systems to monitor student achievement and growth using real-time data.

  13. SAFE & DRUG FREE SCHOOLS • Allocation is used to fund crisis counselor from St. Vincent Prevention Project.

  14. THANK YOU FOR VISITING! • Questions and comments about federal programs may be directed to Dr. Timothy Scott at (724) 887-2047 or may be emailed to him at:scottt@southmoreland.net • Questions, comments and suggestions for next year’s federal programs and meeting topics are always welcome!