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Title: Lumberport Elementary Schoolwide Title I Annual Meeting August 20, 2012 3:00-3:30


1
Lumberport Elementary Schoolwide Title I Annual
Meeting August 20, 2012 300-330
2
What is Title I?
  • Title I is the largest federally funded education
    program in the nation.  Title I funding helps
    local school systems provide equal educational
    opportunities for low-performing students with
    economic need.  The goal of Title I is to assist
    students in achieving grade level standards in
    the area of reading and math.  Title I is
    committed to the shared effort of closing the
    achievement gap between all students and to
    provide high quality, engaging instruction that
    will motivate students to become lifelong readers
    and learners. The Title I program helps schools
    and students meet state and local educational
    standards.

3
Title I programs generally offer
  • Smaller classes or special instructional spaces.
  • Additional highly qualified teachers.
  • Opportunities for professional development for
    school staff.
  • Extra time for teaching students the skills they
    need.
  • A variety of supplementary teaching methods
  • An individualized program for students.
  • Additional teaching materials which supplement
    their regular instruction.

4
Required Components
  • Instructional strategies based on scientifically
    based research
  • Instruction by highly qualified teachers
  • Professional development
  • Strategies to attract highly qualified teachers
    to high-need schools.
  • Strategies to increase parent involvement.
  • Plans for assisting children in making the
    transition from preschool to elementary
  • Plans for using state assessment results to
    improve achievement, which must involve teachers.
  • Additional assistance for low-performing
    students.
  • Plans for integrating the school program with
    other federal, state and local programs and
    services.

5
Parent Involvement Policy
  • Part I. General Expectiations
  • Part II. Description of how schools will
    implement required school parental involvement
    policy components
  • 1. LES shall take the actions to involve parents
    in the joint development and review of its school
    parental involvement policy
  • 2. LES shall take actions to involve parents in
    the process of planning, joint development of the
    program, review and improvement of programs
  • 3. LES shall hold an annual meeting to inform
    parents of schools participation in Title I
    programs, rights of parents.
  • 4. LES shall provide parents of participating
    children information in a timely manner about
    Title I programs explanation of the schools
    curriculum, forms of academic assessment used to
    measure progress, and proficiency levels students
    are expected to meet.

6
Parent Involvement Policy
  • 5. LES shall, at the request of parents, provide
    opportunities for regular meetings for parents to
    formulate suggestions and to participate, as
    appropriate, in decisions about the education of
    their children. The school will respond to any
    such suggestions as soon as practicably possible.
  • 6. LES shall provide each parent an individual
    student report about the performance of their
    child on the State assessment in at least math,
    language arts and reading
  • 7. LES shall take the following actions to
    provide each parent timely notice when their
    child has been assigned or has been taught for
    four or more consecutive weeks by a teacher who
    is not highly qualified.
  • 8. LES shall provide assistance to parents of
    children served by the school, as appropriate, in
    understanding topics

7
Parent Involvement Policy
  • 9. LES shall provide materials and training to
    help parents work with their children in the
    areas of improving student achievement,
    (including literacy training and using
    technology) child development, child reading and
    additional tops parents may request.
  • 10. LES shall, with the assistance of its
    parents, educate its teachers pupil services
    personnel, principals and other staff in how to
    reach out to, communicate with, and work with
    parents as equal partners in the value and
    utility of contributions of parents, and in how
    to implement and coordinate parent programs and
    build ties between parents and schools.
  • 11. LES shall, to the extent feasible and
    appropriate, coordinate and integrate parental
    involvement programs and activities with Head
    Start and public preschool. The school will also
    conduct other activities, such as parent resource
    centers, that encourage and support parents in
    more fully participating in the education of
    their children.

8
Parent Involvement Policy
  • 12. LES shall take actions to ensure that
    information related to the school and parent
    programs, meetings, and other activities is sent
    to parents of participating children in an
    understandable and uniform format, including
    alternative formats upon request, and to the
    extent practicable, in a language the parents can
    understand.
  • Part III. Discretionary school parental
    involvement policy components.
  • Part IV. Adoption
  • Committee members Vickie Luchuck, Jody
    Forinash, Kari Henry, Debbie Rittenhouse, Sharon
    Todd, Rebecca Hawk, Abby Lee, Holly Hawkins,
    Leslie Gianettino, and Lisa Cumberledge

9
School-Parent Compact
  • This compact outlines how the parents, the
    entire school staff, and the students will share
    the responsibility for improved student academic
    achievement and the means by which the school and
    parents will build and develop a partnership that
    will help children achieve the States high
    standards.
  • This school-parent compact is in effect during
    school the 2012-2013 year.

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School-Parent Compact School Responsibilities
  1. Provide high-quality curriculum and instruction
    in a supportive and effective learning
    environment that enables the participating
    children to meet the States student academic
    achievement standards.
  2. Hold parent-teacher conferences (at least
    annually in elementary schools) during which this
    compact will be discussed as it relates to the
    individual childs achievement.
  3. Provide parents with frequent reports on their
    childrens progress.
  4. Provide parents reasonable access to staff.
    Specifically, staff will be available for
    consultation.
  5. Provide parents opportunities to volunteer and
    participate in their childs class, and to
    observe classroom activities.

11
School-Parent Compact Parent Responsibilities
  • We, as parents, will support our childrens
    learning in the following ways
  • Require regular school attendance and assist my
    child in getting to class and school on time
  • Support the school rules, procedures, and efforst
    to instill responsibility in my child
  • Talk with my child about school activities every
    day
  • Establish a regular study time
  • Encourage my child to read and complete all calss
    assignments and homework
  • Communicate with teachers and/or school officials
    by attending conferences and contacting the
    school whenever necessary
  • Discuss report cards, behavior reports, and other
    assessments of achievement or performance with my
    child

12
School-Parent Compact Student Responsibilities
  • We, as students, will share the responsibility to
    improve our academic achievement and achieve the
    States high standards. Specifically, we will
  • Attend school regularly, be on time for classes
    and school events
  • Be prepared for class
  • Complete my assignments
  • Assist in keeping my school safe and clean
  • Respect myself, school, and other people
  • Comply with school rules and procedures
  • Cooperate with parents and teachers
  • Participate in classroom activities
  • Be truthful and keep my promises

13
School-Parent Compact
  • Please sign and return
  •  
  • School _______________________________________
    Date ___________________________
  •  
  • Parent _______________________________________
    Date ___________________________
  •  
  • Student ______________________________________
    Date ___________________________
  •  
  • Revised April 19, 2012

14
Parents you can influence the success of your
child in school more than any teacher or federal
program
  • Serve as a role model, showing your child that
    you
  • support his/her education.
  • Assure that you are aware of your childs
    educational
  • progress, thereby demonstrating how important
    that
  • progress is to you.
  • Teach your student that your input at the school
    is
  • appreciated and that you support its efforts.

15
Research shows that how well a child does in
school depends a great deal upon how much their
parents get involved in their education. You can
become more involved by
  • Supporting school extra-curricular activities.
  • Volunteering at the school.
  • Attending parent-teacher conferences.
  • Communicating with your childs teacher
    regularly, by
  • writing notes, telephoning the school, etc.
  • Keeping your childs teacher informed about
    events in your
  • childs life which may affect his/her
    performance at school.
  • Discussing with your childs teacher and parent
    organizations
  • other ideas for parent involvement.

16
Title I Programs
  • Open House
  • The students will be introduced to their new
    teacher and classroom.  The parents are given an
    overview of the new year.

17
Title I Programs
  • Winter Around the World
  • This activity will involve students in
  • grades Pre-K-5.  The students will complete grade
    level literacy activities during the school day.

18
Title I Programs
  • Primary Partners in Print
  • This activity will involve students in grades K-2
    and their parents.  Parents will participate with
    their child in literacy workshops to enhance
    their child's reading skills at home. The
    students will take the activities home and
    practice them with a parent.

19
Title I Programs
  • Intermediate Partners in Print
  • This activity will involve students in grades 3-5
    and their parents.  Parents will participate with
    their child in literacy activities to enhance
    their child's reading skills at home.

20
Title I Programs
  • Primary Math Night
  • This activity will involve students in grades K-2
    and their parents.  Parents will participate with
    their child in math workshops to enhance their
    child's math skills at home. The students will
    take these activities home and play them with a
    parent.

21
Title I Programs
  • Intermediate Math Night
  • This activity will involve students in grades 3-5
    and their parents.  Parents will participate with
    their child in math workshops to enhance their
    child's math skills at home.

22
Title I Programs
  • Grade Level Parent Meeting
  • Parents are invited to meet with the teachers to
    receive information about expectations,
    curriculum, and assessments.

23
Title I Programs
  • Homeward Bound Books
  • The students will choose a book on their reading
    level.  The students will read their new book
    with an adult at home.

24
DIBELS Next
  • DIBELS Next is used in grades K-2 to measure
    early literacy skills. They are designed to be
    short (one minute) fluency measures used to
    regularly monitor the development of early
    literacy and early reading skills. Parents will
    receive DIBELS results three times a year
    beginning, middle, and end of the year.

25
mClass Math
  • mClass Math is used in grades K-2 to measure an
    individual childs mastery of fundamental
    mathematical skills. Parents will receive mClass
    results three times a year beginning, middle,
    and end of the year.

26
What is SPL?
  • Support for Personalized Learning (SPL) is a
    method of academic intervention used to provide
    early, effective assistance to children who are
    having difficulty learning. Response to
    intervention was also designed as a process of
    diagnosing learning disabilities. SPL seeks to
    prevent academic failure through early
    intervention and frequent progress measurement.

27
Harrison County Schools Five-year Strategic
Plan GOALS   Create positive learning
environments Advance innovative
technology Maximize student achievement
Promote family, community, and school
partnerships     Lumberport Elementary Schools
Five-year Strategic Plan GOALS 1. To increase
numeracy and logical reasoning skills for all
students by at least 2. 2. To increase
literacy skills for all students by at least 2.
3.  To provide students with 21st Century
Learning skills through 21st century learning
tools.
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Lumberport Elementary!
Exceptional Staff!
Extraordinary School!
29
Lumberport Elementary Staff
  • Principal

Mrs. Luchuck
30
Lumberport Elementary Staff
  • Secretary

Mrs. Swiger
31
Lumberport Elementary Staff
  • Pre-K


Mrs. Romano
Ms. Moore
32
Lumberport Elementary Staff
  • Kindergarten

Mrs. Totten
Mrs. Gentilozzi
33
Lumberport Elementary Staff
  • Kindergarten

Mrs. Miller
Mrs. Wayts
34
Lumberport Elementary Staff
  • 1st Grade

Mrs. Swiger
Ms. Lewis
Miss Alonso
35
Lumberport Elementary Staff
  • 2nd Grade

Ms. Skinner
Mrs. Navarini
Ms. Lee
36
Lumberport Elementary Staff
  • 3rd Grade

Mrs. McCullough
Mrs. Tonkery
Miss Way
37
Lumberport Elementary Staff
  • 4th Grade

Mrs. Haught
Mrs. Howell
38
Lumberport Elementary Staff
  • 5th Grade

Mrs. Hawk
Mr. Rinschler
39
Lumberport Elementary Staff
  • Title I


Mrs. Henry
Mrs. Forinash

40
Lumberport Elementary Staff
  • Title I

Mrs. Todd
Ms. Rittenhouse
41
Lumberport Elementary Staff
  • Planning

Music/Health
Miss Titus
42
Lumberport Elementary Staff
  • Planning

Library/Computer
Mrs. Ballard
43
Lumberport Elementary Staff
  • Planning

Physical Education
Mrs. DeMarco
44
Lumberport Elementary Staff
  • Special Education


Mrs. Jones
Mrs. Logsdon
Mrs. Tucker
45
Lumberport Elementary Staff
  • Speech Teachers

Mrs. Sublett
Ms. Clagett
46
Lumberport Elementary Staff
  • Nurse

Mrs. Smith
47
Lumberport Elementary Staff
  • Counselor

Mrs. Rinschler
48
Lumberport Elementary Staff
  • Custodians

Mr. Crandall
Mr. Barberio
Mr. Cunningham
49
Lumberport Elementary Staff
  • Cooks


Mrs. Gemondo
Mrs. Cottrill
50
Thanks for coming to our annual Title I meeting!
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