Title 1 parent meeting for 2012Presentation Transcript
Raymond L. YoungTitle One Parent Meeting August 16, 2012
Meeting AgendaDo you know about…. Title I funds? Parent Involvement Policy ? Parental Involvement and Rights? What’s in the Student Handbook? CIP Plan Review? School-Parent Compact?
What do Title 1 Funds do? tem s. ol sys al scho en t o loc ds giv nta l Fun plemeSup Bridges the gap between low income and other students.
NCLB With the implementation of No Child Left Behind, schools must make adequate yearly progress on state testing and focus on best teaching practices in order to continue receiving funds.
R. L. Young Congratulations! We made AYP!
100% Proficiency4th Gradereadingand math 5th Kindergarten Grade Dibels Math
School-wide Project R. L. Young has enough students receiving free or reduced lunch to qualify as a Title 1 school. Completing the lunch form not only helps you, but your child’s school. Office has the cut off amounts to qualify. No stigma for children.
Building Capacity for InvolvementWe want parents to be involved. It’s the key to our success! R. L. Young…a good place to learn and grow.
Parent Survey School report card. Test results online. The PTO membership drive-beginning of the year, and before monthly PTO meetings. Hope Allen…President Renee Humphrey…V. Pres. Catrina Bates… Secretary Fran Knight …Treasurer
Review of Parent Involvement Policy Yearly PI Policy Meet and Greet Orientation Monthly PTO Meetings Volunteers and PTO projects. Various events to help the school.
Flexible Schedule of Meetings Before, during planning, or after school Use e-mail, phone, notes in T.I.G.E.R. Notebks. Dismissal time Day time parent workshop. PTO Mtgs Come for Lunch!
Student Handbook Review Board policies concerning attendance, discipline, special education services, etc. Parents’ right to know (teacher qualifications) Last page IMPORTANT Media release is included.
CIP Plan Review The District Plan Each school CIP Committee Input from faculty Plan is followed throughout the year and reviewedR. L. Young School CommitmentI make a commitment to take a stand against bullying.I will treat others with RESPECT and KINDNESS.I will have the COMPASSION to not be a bully and theCOURAGE to not be a bystander.It is my RESPONSIBILITY to help others being bullied and toreport bullying.
School-Parent CompactSchool + Parent + Child = SUCCESSFUL, Happy Student The compact outlines the responsibilities of the school, the parent and the child. Kept in T.I.G.E.R. book/Student Binder Make sure you read it to or have your child read before signing it.
TITLE ONE FUNDS…How used? 6 Rolling Laptop Carts Promethean Boards in every classroom Study Island free at school and at home STI HOME Connect/Parent Portal Library Enhancements Destiny Library Program AR Enterprise Program STAR Math and Reading Student Handbooks
Accessibility Participation of LEP Parents Parents With Disabilities Parents of Migratory Children Parents in need of an Interpreter Student handbook provides parents with information regarding available services.
Who are parent leaders at my school? Hope B. Allen PTO PresidentFran Knight Renee Humphrey Katrina Bates treasurer Vice President Secretary
R. L. YOUNG needs a favor!SACS Accreditation this 2012-13 School YearParent Surveys must be completed online.Sheets with login information available for pick up in the back of the auditoriumLogin on school blog, just click and complete the survey.