What is Title I and How Can I be Involved?

What is Title I and How Can I be Involved?

What is Title I and How Can I be Involved? Annual Title I Parent Meeting SL LEWIS ELEMENTARY September 18, 2019 5:00 pm Definition of Title I: Title I provides federal funding to schools to help students who are low achieving or at most risk of falling behind. Title I is allocated to schools based on the percentage of students receiving free/reduced lunch. Schools with a percentage of at least 40% are eligible for a schoolwide program.

SL LEWIS ELEMENTARY operates a Title I Schoolwide Program. Schoolwide means: The school uses Title I funds to upgrade the entire educational program of the school. Title I funds are used to serve all children in order to raise academic achievement. Title I funds will be used to provide additional assistance to all students who experience difficulties in meeting the States performance targets. To be a Schoolwide School: The school must have a free/reduced lunch count of at least 40%.

The school must collect and analyze data that effects student achievement. The school must develop a comprehensive site plan and annually review the effectiveness of the plan. SL LEWIS ELEMENTARYS Title I Schoolwide Program Planning Team: NAME POSITION/ROLE Ethel Lett

Principal Brandi Nichols Assistant Principal Talesia Parham Title I Improvement Coach Takeishiahna Parham Teacher

Danene Mims Parent Monica Williams Parent Alexis Booker Parent Shante Bates

Curriculum Support Teacher Crystal Gray Title I Improvement Coach Daliah Boney Parent Liaison John Jones Community Member

Beverly Young Community Member Carmyn Page Parent Megan Brock Parent Joycelyn Hamilton

Teacher Nicola Hosier Partner in Education Summary: Need 1: Hire a paraprofessional to assist with schoolwide goal to increase student literacy achievement. Data to Show Need 1: 3rd Grade ED Developing or above: ELA 36.3 (FY18); 76.1 (FY19)

Result +39.8 Math 62.4 (FY18); 67 (FY19); Result +4.6 4th Grade ED Developing or above: ELA 52.7 (FY18); 55.9 (FY19) Result +3.2 Math 68.1 (FY18); 64.4 (FY19); Result -3.7 5th Grade ED Developing or above: ELA 60.9 (FY18); 82.7 (FY19) Result +21.8 Math 51.6 (FY18); 87.7 (FY19); Result -+36.1 Need 2: Hire a school improvement literacy and math coach to assist with schoolwide goal to increase student literacy and numeracy achievement. Data to Show Need 2: 3rd Grade ED Developing or above: ELA 36.3 (FY18); 76.1 (FY19) Result

+39.8 Math 62.4 (FY18); 67 (FY19); Result +4.6 4th Grade ED Developing or above: ELA 52.7 (FY18); 55.9 (FY19) Result +3.2 Math 68.1 (FY18); 64.4 (FY19); Result -3.7 5th Grade ED Developing or above: ELA 60.9 (FY18); 82.7 (FY19) Result +21.8 Math 51.6 (FY18); 87.7 (FY19); Result -+36.1 Focus Goals Goal 1: The percentage of students in grades 3-5 who perform at developing or above on the Georgia Milestones reading/ELA assessments will increase by 5% by May 2020. Goal 2: The percentage of students in grades 3-5 who perform at developing or above on the Georgia Milestones math assessment will increase by 5% by May 2020.

Curriculum and Instructional Strategies: Acquire Title I funded School Improvement Literacy Coach See Logic Model August 2019 May 2020 Acquire Title I funded School Parent Liaison Acquire Title I funded

Instructional Paraprofessional See Logic Model August 2019 May 2020 See Logic Model August 2019 May 2020 Supplemental materials and supplies Supplemental technology

supplies Supplemental low value asset computers Supplemental parent development materials and supplies NA August 2019 January 2020 NA August 2019

NA August 2019 NA August December 2019 Plain Talk About Literacy Conference See Logic Model

February 4-6, 2020 Assessment: Students will be assessed during the school yearformatively and summatively. GMAS Teacher-created iRead/iReady

BAS ITBS Proficiency Levels for 2020 English Language Arts 100.00% 39.48 45.53 Mathematics

100.00% 44.14 49.82 Science 100.00% 23.60 32.71

Social Studies 100.00% 26.75 29.07 Title I Parent Notification Requirements Parent and Family Engagement Plan Located online Located in Parent Resource Room

Documents emailed and on Class Dojo Copies to be provided at the end of each table for those interested. School-Family Compact Located online Located in Parent Resource Room Documents emailed and on Class Dojo Copies to be provided at the end of each table for those interested. Parents Right to Know Student Achievement Located online in Infinite Campus

Formal letters placed in student backpacks Placed in EOY Report Cards Re-test info mailed over the summer Parents Right to Know Non-Highly Qualified Teachers Schools are required to notify parents if their child has been taught for four or more consecutive weeks by a teacher that is not professionally qualified. How Can You Be Involved? Parent Involvement Opportunities PTA

SGC Title I Committee School Improvement Committee Room parents Activities for Semester 1: Literacy on the Lawn Barbers and Books Grits and Grandparents Parent Involvement in Decision Making PTA SGC Title I Committee

School Improvement Committee Room parents Right to Request Meetings Upon the request of parents, the school must 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 must respond to any such suggestions as soon as practicably possible. Questions? Contact Information

Daliah Smith-Boney [email protected] 470-254-3450 Ethel Lett [email protected] 470-254-3450 Evaluation and Feedback Please complete the evaluation and feedback forms here or online Provide to Mrs. Boney before leaving

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