Welcome to the First Grade Family Title I Title I is a federal program designed to offer supplemental services and supplies to schools with a high rate of poverty. The goal of Title I is to give EVERY child a highquality education. This year, CES provides every child breakfast and lunch at no cost to their families
Title I can help: Children be more successful in school Parents to have a voice in their childs education The Basics of Title I The Florida Department of Education (FLDOE) receives the money from the Federal Government. The Florida Department of Education will then
send the money to the districts based on the number of families that receive free and reduced lunches When the funds have been received by the Title I schools the parents, administrators, teachers and staff devise a plan to: Identify students who need the most help Measure student progress using the state Programs Offered by Title I
Title I offers programs to help student achievement such as: Additional teachers and paraprofessionals Additional training for school staff Extra time for instruction Various teaching methods and materials Tutoring Get Involved Attend meetings and read our compact and plans Annual Title I Meeting/Open House Provides information about Title I and your rights and responsibilities
as a parent Describes what the school is offering to meet students needs Provides access to other parents as well as teachers for collaboration The Parent-School Compact States the goals and responsibilities of school, parents and students Title I Parent Family Engagement Plan Allows parents to understand and take part in your childs education John A. Crookshank is also an AVID Elementary School. AVIDs mission is to close the achievement gap by preparing all
students for college readiness and success in a global society. The philosophy is grounded in the idea that through a growth mindset AVID students succeed in following their dreams and fulfilling their aspirations. AVID Elementary is designed to be embedded into the daily instruction of all classrooms to maintain school-wide structures
AVID students work on Organization -Agenda/planners, organizational tools, note-taking strategies WICOR -Writing to Learn, Inquiry, Collaboration, Reading to Learn
Organization, Success Skills -Communication skills (writing, speaking, listening) skills, time management, goal setting Partnerships -Site, district, home, community
study Parents Matter! How to Help Work with your child at home Volunteer in the school Communicate with your child & the school staff Become and stay involved in your school advisory council to have input in Determining goals for the Title I program
Planning and carrying out the Title I program Evaluating the Title I program We want you here and involved in your childs educational experience. Please take the time to complete the School Access Form. Under the For Parents and Students Tab at the top youll find the School Access form link. School Access Form Please fill this out this evening if you are not currently an approved
volunteer (must be done every three years). Also, you have to reapply if CES is not the school where you were previously approved. You need this to go on field trips, visit the classroom, have lunch at school, attend award ceremonies, or any campus visit that takes place during school hours, etc. You will be taken to a screen that looks like this.
Click the Complete the School Access Form This is what you will see when your application is complete. Please note, this DOES NOT mean your are approved. It says Thank you for applying as a volunteer at SJCSD. Your application has been received. Please allow 4-6 weeks for processing. Please sign up for Text Messages from Remind Send a text to:
Message: 81010 @c72893 Take a peek at the Student Links page. Teach Your Monster to Read Raz
ABC Mouse StarFall Moby Max Prodigy Fun and Educational Practice Links for Kids! Talk to your childs teacher about user names and passwords. BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION
Let us turn your Trash into Cash Due Oct 13th Dress Code Reminders: Closed toe shoes with a back no sandals No Toes No tank tops, unless the width of the straps is three fingers wide No Spaghetti Straps
Snack Ideas that work in the classroom that are Healthy-ish and Non Perishable Granola Bars Fruit Bars Crackers Pretzels Nuts Cereal Animal Crackers
Field Trips Make sure you are a Registered Volunteer at least 3 weeks prior to the trip! Thursday, October 26th Evans, Angelo, Daniels, Elder Friday, October 27th Fortus, Lloyd, Nielson, Jones Reminder: When sending in cash with a student, please put it in an envelope or zip-lock bag and labeled with their name, the amount and what it is to be used for.
Celebrations and Treats If you wish to send in a treat or invitations for the class to recognize your childs birthday or other celebration, please remember: Check with your childs teacher about any class allergies Remember CUPCAKES are best, as they dont require a knife, plates, or forks (no cakes) If you are having a party or celebration outside of school, and you wish to have your child distribute invitations at school, this can only be done if there is an invitation for everyone in the class. Reading at Home Homework Please remember to sign the planner
and write the title of the text that was read at home. Title of Book Also, any notes you want the teacher to see Parent Signature or initials
Note: The color chart doesnt correspond with classroom behavior charts Supplies in the classroom Here are some items we ALWAYS need and run out of: Tissues
Ticonderoga Pencils Magnetic Clips Coffee Filters Plastic SleevesBinder Clips (bowls)
Other Points Character Counts Report Cards Did you remember to? Fill out your School Access Form Sign up for PTO Sign up for a conference Sign up for Remind Texts Sign a Title One Compact
Complete a survey The link for the parent survey is http://eprovesurveys.advanc-ed.org/surveys/#/action/28637/16873
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