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  1. Title I:A Parent and School Partnership

  2. Parent Meeting Objectives • Understand the legal aspects of the “Targeted Assistance Model” of Title I • Understand the parental rights • Be involved in the planning, implementation, and improvement of the Building Plan and Parent/Teacher Compact

  3. What is Title I? • The intent of Title I is to provide supplemental instruction to help children have the opportunity to obtain high-quality education and to reach proficiency on the state’s challenging standards.

  4. Targeted Assistance ModelNCLB Section 1115 • Asotin is considered a “Targeted Assistance School” • Students are tested, using objective and multiple data sources • Serves only designated students based on rank order list • Rank order list includes multiple assessments, teacher input, and parent input

  5. Who will work with your child? • Title I coordinator • Highly Qualified Teacher • Para-professional (teacher aide) • Parents

  6. Professional DutiesNCLB Section 1119 • Teacher provides assessment, lesson plans, and modify instruction based on evaluation • Paraprofessionals may instruct in small groups or tutor one-to-one if supervised by highly-qualified teacher in close proximity

  7. Parent Meeting Objectives • Understand the legal aspects of the “Targeted Assistance Model” of Title I • Understand the parental rights • Be involved in the planning, implementation, and improvement of the Building Plan and Parent/Teacher Compact

  8. Parental Rights • Be involved in the planning • Request meetings, provide suggestions • jheley@aasd.wednet.edu; 243.3102 • Request information on teacher qualifications • Participate in their child’s learning • Attend planned meetings and provide feedback • Help create the Parent/Teacher Compact and Building Plan

  9. Parent Meeting Objectives • Understand the legal aspects of the “Targeted Assistance Model” of Title I • Understand the parental rights • Be involved in the planning, implementation, and improvement of the Building Plan and Parent/Teacher Compact

  10. How can you be involved? • School website: www.aasd.wednet.edu and follow the link to Student Services: • http://www.aasd.wednet.edu/page/1639 • Provide feedback during the meetings • Participate in the implementation of the Building Plan and Parent/Teacher Compact

  11. Parent Meeting Objectives • Understand the legal aspects of the “Targeted Assistance Model” of Title I • Understand the parental rights • Be involved in the planning, implementation, and improvement of the Building Plan and Parent/Teacher Compact

  12. Contact Information • John Heley, Director of Student Services • jheley@aasd.wednet.edu • 509.243.3102 • Jenny Petty, Title I Teacher • jpetty@aasd.wednet.edu • 509.243.3120

  13. Questions