Parent Involvement Programs Mission Statement
District and school-based Title I Parent Involvement Programs in Polk County will strive to build RELATIONSHIPS to create real family engagement for every child, every family, every teacher, every day.
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Schoology is a platform that all Polk County teachers are using. Students that attend the brick and mortar school will use this platform weekly so that if they have to switch to elearning for a short while, they will be familiar with the platform. Students attending eSchool will use this platform for a variety of lessons as well. The link below provides parents with information.
Title I Overview
Components of Title I are:
- Effective Instruction
- Professional Development
- Parental Involvement
Studies show that the more parents are involved in the education of their child, the more academically successful that child will be. The goal of the Title I Parent Involvement program is to give school-based Parent Involvement Facilitators information, materials, and resources to enable them to provide for their parents at the school-level. It is the job of the Facilitator to give parents the tools and resources necessary for them to help their child at home. Everyone working together in this way gives the child the best possible support for doing well in school.
School Improvement Plan (SIP) and Budget
The purpose of a Schoolwide Improvement Plan (SIP) is to develop a plan with school staff and leaders to help improve academic achievement. For a copy of the SIP, please contact Dr. Tatom at 863.421.3316 or email at email@example.com. A paper copy is available in the front office and on the link below.
Explanation of State and District Test Scores
The Florida Standards Assessment (FSA) tests how students are doing in Reading, Writing, Math, and Science. Students in grades 3rd – 5th take the FSA reading test. Students in 4th and 5th grade take a writing assessment that is part of their reading score. Grade 3 students must earn an FSA Reading score of Level 2 or higher on a scale of 1 – 5 in order to be promoted to grade 4.
Parent & Family Engagement Plan (PFEP)
A School-Parent Involvement Plan gives parents information about what parent involvement is, the value of a parent being involved in their child’s education, what will be offered during the school year to help parents have the tools and resources necessary to help their child at home, and what the school is constantly doing in order to have more parents involved.
All Title I schools have copies of their Parent and Family Engagement Plans (PFEPs) in their front office, as well as translated versions. For a copy of the school PFEP or district PFEP, please contact Dr. Tatom at 863.421.3316 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- 1781_2021_PFEP (for Review)
A School-Parent Compact is a written agreement between the school and the parents of the children participating in Title I, Part A programs that identifies the activities that the parents, the entire school staff, and the students will undertake to share the responsibility for improved academic achievement. This agreement is developed with input from parents, community members, and school staff. At elementary Title I schools, the compact is discussed during family/teacher conferences. All Title I schools have copies of the compact in their front office, as well as translated versions. Compacts are located in the student agendas in English and Spanish.
Parent Right to Know Letters 2020-2021
- 21-22 Right to Know Letter – English
- 21-22 Right to Know Letter – HC
- 21-22 Right to Know Letter – Spanish
Parent Information Resource Centers (PIRC) & Parent Learning University for Growing (PLUG)
- Workshops and classes will be offered to parents as part of our Parent University.
- The centers will house a variety of information and resources for parents from local businesses and community organizations within Polk County.
- They provide Rosetta Stone Classes for ESOL Parents and FREE Homework Help!
MTSS Parent Brochure-This document informs parents about the Multi-Tier Support System at Dundee Elementary Academy.