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Title 1

Title I Reading Teachers - Melissa Maynard and Steve Woodring

Overview of the Title I Assisted Program for Port Matilda

A Targeted Assisted Title I program requires that selection of Title I students be based on objective, uniformly applied criteria given to all students at each grade level and documented on a student selection worksheet. These students will be provided extra support during the Intervention and Enrichment block in the area of reading at least 5 times for 30 minutes in a six-day cycle.

Funding provided under No Child Left Behind Act of 2002

  • Amount of Federal Funds for this year district wide are: $221,282.
  • Primarily used to pay teacher salaries and benefits for Title I teachers.
PARENT'S RIGHTS UNDER NCLB
  • May request meetings with teachers when needed.
  • Are able to participate in decisions affecting your child.
  • Review District & Building Parent Policies for Title I and make suggestions (Spring)
  • Be part of spring advisory committee meeting.
  • Be involved in the spring needs assessment for parents.

Parent Involvement

Annual Title I Meeting (Fall)

Parent Advisory Council Meeting (Spring)

Title I District Level Parent Policy

Title I School Parent Policy

Building-School-Student Compact

Workshops/Training

Title I Parent Resources:

The PA Department of Education has a website for TItle I families to access Parent Involvement Resources materials. As a Title I parent you may request a single copy of one or more (up to to 10 Titles) of booklets from Resource Center completely free of charge! Visit the website at http://www.spac.k12.pa.us/ and check out the many resources.