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JHS Title I Parent Information
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Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Being a Title I school means receiving federal funding (Title I dollars) to supplement the school’s existing programs. These dollars are used for…
Identifying students experiencing academic difficulties and providing timely assistance to help these student’s meet the State’s challenging content standards.
Purchasing supplemental staff/programs/materials/supplies
Conducting parental Involvement meetings/trainings/activities
Recruiting/Hiring/Retaining Highly Qualified Teachers
Being a Title I school also means parental involvement and parents’ rights.  
Any LEA with a Title I Allocation exceeding $500,000 is required by law to set aside 1% of it’s Title I allocation for parental involvement.
Of that 1%, 5% may be reserved at the LEA for system-wide initiatives related to parental involvement. The remaining 95% must be allocated to all Title I schools in the LEA. Therefore each Title I school receives its portion of the 95% to implement school-level parental involvement.
You, as Title I parents, have the right to be involved in how this money is spent.
The LEA Title I Plan addresses how the LEA will use Title I funds throughout the school system . Topics include:
Student academic assessments
Additional assistance provided struggling students
Coordination and integration of federal funds and programs
School programs including migrant, pre-school, school choice, and supplemental educational services as applicable.
Parental Involvement Strategies, including the LEA Parental Involvement Plan
You, as a Title I Parent, have a right to be involved in the development of the LEA Title I Plan
The CIP is your school’s Continuous Improvement Plan and includes:
A Needs Assessment and Summary of Data
Goals and Strategies to Address Academic Needs of Students
Professional Development Needs
Coordination of Resources/Comprehensive Budget
The School’s Parental Involvement Plan
You, as Title I parents, have the right to be involved in the development of this plan.
Evaluation Requirements
Conduct annually
Conduct with Title I parents
Analyze Content and Effectiveness of the current plan
Identify Barriers to parental involvement
Data/Input may include…
Parent Survey (Required)
Focus Groups
Parent Advisory Committees
Process and Timeline 
How the evaluation informs next year’s plan
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