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Colleton County Title I. 2009-2010. No Child Left Behind. Parent-friendly legislation Title I funding is tied to the legislation Funding is based on a Needs Assessment Accountability is measurable. School Improvement Continuum. Newly Identified : Schools that do not meet AYP

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no child left behind
No Child Left Behind

Parent-friendly legislation

Title I funding is tied to the legislation

Funding is based on a Needs Assessment

Accountability is measurable

school improvement continuum
School Improvement Continuum

Newly Identified: Schools that do not meet AYP

2 years in a row

Continuing School Improvement: schools that do not

meet AYP for3years in a row

Corrective Action: Schools that do not meet AYP for

4 years in a row

Plan to Restructure: 5years in a row

Restructure: 6years in a row

school improvement
School Improvement

Preliminary School Improvement List published May 2009

Corrective Action

Cottageville Elementary

Forest Hills Elementary

Hendersonville Elementary

Ruffin Middle


Bells Elementary

Colleton Middle

Forest Circle Middle

Northside Elementary

choice transfer
Choice Transfer

CCSD Schools classified as Needs Improvement (“Newly Identified”) two years in a row must offer parents the option to transfer their child to a school NOT on Needs Improvement.

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Choice Transfer

CCSD Elementary Schools that offered Choice 09-10

Bells Elementary School*

Cottageville Elementary School*

Forest Hills Elementary School

Hendersonville Elementary School*

Northside Elementary School

Choice: Edisto Beach Elementary

*Black Street Early Childhood Center – K only

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Choice Transfer

NO CHOICE for Middle Schools

Colleton Middle – Restructuring

Forest Circle – Restructuring

Ruffin Middle – Corrective Action

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School Improvement

Schools that are identified as Continuing

School Improvement, Corrective Action,

Plan to Restructure, or Restructuring must

offer parents 2 options:

1. Choice transfer

2. Supplemental Educational Services


supplemental educational services ses
Supplemental Educational Services (SES)
  • Additional academic assistance beyond the school day for eligible students.
  • Targets low-income students who score below proficient on PACT, particularly in English/language arts & math.
  • If district Title 1 funds are inadequate for SES, priority will be determined by NCLB statute which uses family income and student achievement to determine priority.  
  • Transportation to/from tutoring services

NOTprovided by the school district.

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Supplemental Educational Services (SES)

Providers and Services:

  • Must have a demonstrated record of effectiveness;
  • Must use research-based, best instructional practices;
  • Are consistent with district’s instructional program and the state’s curriculum standards;
  • Are financially sound; and
  • Are consistent with federal, state, and local health, safety, and civil rights laws.
ccsd in corrective action
CCSD in Corrective Action

If the State identifies a District for corrective

action, the State must:

  • Continue to ensure that the LEA is provided with technical assistance; and
  • Take at least one of the following corrective actions, as consistent with State law:
ccsd in corrective action con t
CCSD in Corrective Action (con’t)
  • Defer programmatic funds or reduce administrative funds;
  • Replace LEA personnel who are relevant to the inability of the LEA to make adequate progress;
  • Remove individual schools from the jurisdiction of the LEA and arrange for their public governance and supervision;
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CCSD in Corrective Action (con’t)
  • Appoint a receiver or trustee to administer the affairs of the LEA in place of the superintendent and school board;
  • Abolish or restructure the LEA; and/or
  • Institute and fully implement a new curriculum based on State and local content and academic achievement standards that includes appropriate, scientifically research-based professional development for all relevant staff.

**09-10 – Last year for Anderson 5 Curriculum

district set asides
District Set Asides
  • Administration: $ 202,152.00
  • Assessment Tools $ 50,000.00
  • Homeless $ 5,000.00
  • HQ Staff Development $ 132,918.00
  • Orchard Lab Staff (9 schools) $ 243,283.00
  • ESOL Services $ 15,000.00
  • CHOICE transportation $ 100,000.00
  • Supplemental Educ. Services $ 431,669.00
  • Parent Involvement $ 26,591.00
  • Instructional Facilitators (elem) $ 277,210.00
  • Indirect Costs$ 66,484.00

Current Total $ 1,206,613.00

Once carryover is determined$ 1,550,307.00

title i schools
Title I Schools

Requirement ----- School must have 35 % poverty

  • Hendersonville Elementary – 89.29%
  • Bells Elementary – 88.64%
  • Colleton Middle – 86.78%
  • Black Street Early Childhood Center – 82.25%
  • Cottageville Elementary – 76.25%
  • Northside Elementary – 74.69%
  • Ruffin Middle – 71.81%
  • Forest Hills Elementary – 69.38%
  • Forest Circle Middle – 68.72%

No requirement to serve schools below 75% poverty

each school s title i regular allocation
Each School’s Title I REGULAR Allocation
  • Hendersonville Elementary…. CA……. $ 228,650.00
  • Bells Elementary …………. R……..........$ 167,856.00
  • Colleton Middle ……………R……........... $ 187,224.00
  • Black Street Early Childhood Ctr……….$ 90,800.00
  • Ruffin Middle ……………… CA………….. $ 110,400.00
  • Cottageville Elementary..… CA………… $ 140,000.00
  • Northside Elementary ………R.…………. $ 191,200.00
  • Forest Circle Middle…… R..................... $ 191,200.00
  • Forest Hills Elementary………CA…….…. $ 160,400.00

TOTAL for schools: $1,467,730.00

**98.98% is allocated to teachers’ salaries**

title i stimulus 2009 2011
Title I Stimulus 2009-2011

Allocation = $1,789,804.00

Required Set Asides:

Parent Involvement $17,899.00

Supplies for Homeless students $ 2,000.00

Waived** Set Asides:

Choice $ 89,491.00

Supplemental educational Services $268,471.00

** waived September 14, 2009

** to be amended & reallocated to salaries

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Title I Stimulus 2009-2011

Salaries & Benefits for District Pre-kindergarten Program:


(2 years – 2009-2011)

how are the school spending these funds
How are the school spendingthese funds??
  • Teacher Salaries - to reduce class size
  • Staff Development:
  • A. Explicit Direct Instruction
  • B. Instructional Coaches
  • C. Collaborative Planning
  • D. Professional Learning Communities
  • Instructional Equipment
  • Instructional Supplies
  • Parent Involvement
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No Child Left Behind

Definition of a PARENT

The term "parent" includes a legal guardian or other person standing in loco parentis (such as a grandparent or stepparent with whom the child lives, or a person who islegally responsible for the child's welfare).

[Section 9101(31), ESEA]

parent involvement
Parent Involvement

Centerpiece of Title I

NCLB defines parental involvement as

the participation of parents in regular,

two-way, and meaningful communication

involving student academic learning and

other school activities.

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Parent Involvement

Schools must ensure

  • Parents play an integral role in assisting their child’s learning;
  • Parents are encouraged to be actively involved in their child’s education in school;
  • Parents are full partners in their child’s education and are included, as appropriate, in decision-making and on advisory committees to assist in the education of their child; and
  • Other activities are carried out, such as those described in section 1118 of the ESEA.

Parental Involvement - [section 9101(32),ESEA]

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Parent Involvement
  • Parents and families have a major influence on their children’s achievement
  • Involved parents have students who do better in school, like school more, pass classes, get promoted to the next grade, graduate, and go on to postsecondary education.

A New Wave of Evidence: The Impact of School, Family and Community Connections on Student Achievement (2002)

By A. Henderson & K. Mapp

parent advisory committee
Parent Advisory Committee
  • Committee comprised of Parent Involvement Facilitator and at least 5 PARENTS (or legal guardians) of students in a Title I school.
    • meets a minimum of 3 times at the school;
    • Provides input into Title I activities;
    • Makes recommendations to improve/increase PARENT INVOLVEMENT at the school; and
    • One parent representative will be chosen from each school’s committee to meet with District Title I staff and District leadership two times each year (fall and spring)
parent resource center
Parent Resource Center

Take Home Computers

Resources parents can use at home to help their children

Computers on-site for parent access

Free materials for parents

Find information on ways you can help your child’s school

Parent Survey about the needs of the parent, child, and the school



Catherine Turner

Title I/Federal Special Projects Coordinator

213 N. Jefferies Blvd.

Walterboro, SC 29488

843-782-4522, ext 40251 voice

843-782-3865 fax

websites for parents students

Websites for Parents & Students