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Directions 1. Find the red font and update it with the required information i. e. school name, school rating, $ allocation. 2. Change the red font back to normal. 3. Add information that is specific to the school i. e. percent proficient, plan action steps. 4. Delete this slide once the power point has been updated, but DO NOT DELETE any other slides. The information MUST be shared with parents. 5. Remember to have parents sign-in and distribute an agenda. 6. Take this time to answer questions parents might have about the: – – – – Parents Right to Know notification that has been distributed 4 week (if not HQ) letters that will be going home District Parent Involvement Policy Site Parent Involvement Policy and how/when they can help update it Parent compact and the timeline for annual review The school plan and how/when they can help update it The TUSD strategic 5 year plan and how school will align with it
Project MORE Alternative HS Title I Program Home of the Siberain Tigers Inf orm atio Me na etin l Pa ren g Oc tob er t 6, 2 01 5
Title I Program Intents & Purpose Our school has been allocated $ 6, 415. 16 in Federal Title I dollars for use during this school year. These funds are given to schools with the specific purposes of: 1. Class size average 27 students to 1 teacher in classrooms (24 to 1 class size average in lower grades) 2. Ensuring that all students receive a high quality education from highly qualified and effective well-trained staff using research-based instructional methods. 3. Supporting struggling learners with additional resources and help in reading and mathematics. 4. Educating and training families so that they may better support their students to achieve at high academic levels.
School City and Arizona Merits for Spring of 2016
Continuous Improvement Plan “CIP” Our school leadership team will be revising a comprehensive plan in August & September which will address our student needs and allocate our school Title I resources as follows: 1. Class average 27 students to 1 teacher in classrooms (24 to 1 class average in lower grades) 2. Ensuring that all students receive a high quality education from highly qualified and effective welltrained staff using research-based instructional methods. 3. Supporting struggling learners with additional resources and help in reading and mathematics. 4. Educating and training families so that they may better support their students to achieve at high academic levels. **You are invited to participate in our planning process**
Plan Overview Reading & Math To ensure that all students receive a high quality education from highly qualified and effective staff using research based instructional methods, our school plan includes the following: a. Blending learning in Reading and math using Edgenuity. b. Students take no more than two courses at one time. c. Teacher Training in blended learning, MTSS, PLCs and being trauma informed. d. Assitance from C & I to allign curriculum.
Plan Overview Reading & Math To support struggling learners with additional resources and help in reading and mathematics, our school plan to improve reading achievement includes the following: a. Reading/Math Interventions 0 or 7 th period for academic tutoring b. Reading/Math Tutors – Tutoring will be held Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 2: 15 to 3: 45. – Saturday tutoring begins Oct 17 from 8 -3 – To inquire about our tutoring program, please contact the school at 225 -2600 c. Weekend Academy will be offered in January.
Plan Overview Academic Family Engagement Our plan includes steps to promote academic family engagement such as: a. School Parent Policy b. Title I Parent Compact c. Access to Edgenuity Parent Portal d. Individual student graduation plan e. Academic Family Engagement Calendar and Events will be announced via Parent Link and phone calls home.
Parents Right to Know You have the right to request: • The qualifications of your child’s teacher and instructional staff • Your child’s level of achievement based on required state assessments You must be informed within 4 weeks if: • Your child is being taught by a teacher who does not meet the highly qualified requirements of the state All of this information must be in a language and format that is understandable to you.
Important Dates to Remember • Parent Teacher Conference – If you missed it last month – please reschedule • Student Progress Reports – October 9. They will be mailed home. • Updates to the school plan, the parent policy and compact – Please be sure to take a copy
For more information or to access the school Continuous Improvement Plan Contact: Israel Macias-Reyes at 225 -2600