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Welcome to the Annual Title 1 Parent Meeting
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Definition of Title 1
Title I provides federal funding to schools to help students who need assistance in meeting grade level standards.
Title I funds are designed to provide educational supplements, and targets children who are most at risk of failing to meet the State's content objectives.
Targeted Assistance School
Allendale is a Targeted Assistance School
Only schools with a poverty rate of 40% or more may operate as a school wide program
The school must target students with clear entrance and exit criteria
The school must use funds for programs that provide services to eligible children
The school must maintain documentation of funding expenditures related to students
The current funding amount for our district is..... $164,283 (Title I), $47,239 (Title II), $10,775 (Title III)
A planning team is created by administrators, literacy specialists, teachers, and parent advocates to oversee the data that is collected, to allocate funds for programs and staff, and to encourage parental involvement with the district. You are welcome to participate!!
Main objective: Ensure core academics and evidence-based instruction.
We were audited by the State recently, and received flying colors!
1. Administer school-wide screening tools for student placement and teacher guidance
2. Hold academic data meetings at each grade level to analyze language arts and math progress of students, and analyze other core content areas
3. Provide supplemental materials to reach the needs of learners (intervention programs)
4. Differentiate instruction for all performance levels of students
DIBELS (Dynamic Indicator of Basic Early Literacy Skills) - Grades K-2
Fountas & Pinnell Benchmark Assessment - Reading
STAR Assessment - Reading and Math
Delta Math Screener - reinforce foundational skills
Classroom performance assessments
Grade Level Common Assessments
Curriculum and Instructional Strategies
Intervention lessons - daily
Scientifically based instruction - MAISA Units (Michigan Association of Intermediate School Administrators)
Common Core Standards - classroom based and reinforced
ELA Pilots - trying out new programs.
New science curriculum
Math Expressions - 4 years old/Math Workshop
Reflex Math and Reading Eggs - Computer Programs
Each grade level has benchmark goals in
English language arts and math that are
established by school wide screeners. Assessment information has been provided for you this evening.
Assessments are given either by an instructor
or they are computerized.
On-going assessment is conducted and supported by the Ottawa Area Intermediate School District.
Parent Involvement Policy
The superintendent provides a
comprehensive plan to engage parents,
families, and community members in a
partnership in support of each student's
academic achievement, the District's
continuous improvement, and individual
school improvement plans.
You can find the policy via the website and
Parents are given the School-Parent Compact
at the fall conferences and teachers share the
content. The Parent Involvement Policy is available for you to preview this evening.
The compact outlines expectations from the
parent, child, and teacher. It reinforces the
importance of academic achievement and collaboration between the family and school.
Parent's Right to Know
Parents have the right to
be informed about progress through Report Cards, Progress Reports,
Assessment Reports, &
Parent Teacher Conferences.
Permission slips and discontinuation
letters are sent home to keep you informed
about your child's progress.
Parent Involvement Opportunities
Volunteer in the classroom
Observe teachers to gain academic insights
Participate in field trips or classroom activities
Participate in school-wide fundraisers
Attend parent education meetings (TBD)
Participate in Title I decision making
Decision making involves:
School Improvement Team
Title I Meetings
District wide and building surveys
Parent liaison contact - Deb DeLooff
You have the right to request a meeting involving decisions about your child's education.
Dr. Dan Jonker - District Office - 892-5570
Doug Bol - Oakwood Int. - 892-3475
Beth Voss - Oakwood Int. - 892-3475
Rinard Pugh - Evergreen Elem.- 892-3470
Ryan Coghill - Evergreen Elem.- 892-3465
Richelle Rybinski - Evergreen - 892-3470
Deb DeLooff - Parent Liaison - 892-3465
Daily Intervention Schedule
Daily 30 minute block for each grade level
Teachers and paraprofessionals teach small groups in ELA and math
Groups are based on strategy instruction, reading level, and math standards
Larger groups of students are grouped together to focus on reading and math strategies