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TITLE I AND HOW WHAT IS BE INVOLVED? CAN I OPEN HOUSE ACKSON MIDDLE STONEWALL J AUGUST 10, 2017
WHAT GUIDES OUR SCHOOL Vision • Inspiring Today’s Leaders for Tomorrow’s Future Mission • To ignite and encourage success in every one, some way, every day!
TITLE I: • TITLE I IS A FEDERAL PROGRAM THAT PROVIDES FUNDS TO SCHOOLS AND DISTRICTS SERVING HIGH NUMBERS OF ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN.
BENEFITS OF TITLE I: • ADDITIONAL STAFF • OPPORTUNITIES FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR STAFF • OPPORTUNITIES FOR TUTORING FOR STUDENTS • INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTION BASED ON INDIVIDUAL STUDENT NEEDS • CO-TEACHING SETTINGS • SMALL GROUP SETTINGS • ADDITIONAL TEACHING MATERIALS AND FUNDING
Stonewall Jackson’s Title I School-wide Program
SCHOOL-WIDE 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 STATE’S PERFORMANCE TARGETS.
PLANNING TEAM: • JESSICA AUSTIN - PRINCIPAL • JOHN WILKERSON – ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL • KELLI EPLING – TITLE I CURRICULUM ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL • KARINA GARNER – KCS TRANSFORMATION SPECIALIST • DAVID LAMASTER – TITLE 1 CURRICULUM SPECIALIST • TATER KNOX - PARENT INTERVENTIONIST: • LAILA KHOURY • AIMEE MCELHANEY • MATTHEW JONES • DEVONNE PARSONS • AMY FAUBER • LISA INGLISH • TRAVIS JUSTICE
CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES: • KCS PROVIDED CURRICULUM-COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS • ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS SUCH AS: MATH 180 AND READ 180 • PULL OUT GROUP SETTINGS • CO-TEACHING SETTINGS • SMALLER CLASS SIZES FOR MATH/ENGLISH LABS
READING PROGRAMS READ 180: ALL GRADE LEVELS • Purpose- The purpose of read 180 is to accelerate students path toward reading mastery. • Description- Read 180 is a reading intervention program designed for middle school students. Class sizes are small and allow for individualized attention. The program uses multiple instructional practices/blending learning such as whole group instruction, software participation, and individual reading instruction. ACHIEVE 3000: ASSIGNED LICENSES • Purpose- The purpose of Achieve 3000 is to increase reading comprehension and lexile. • Description- Is a reading program that uses a blending learning approach to meet the needs of each learner. This includes using nonfiction articles that reaches students at their precise lexile. The rigor of the articles increases as progress is indicated. “scaffolding approach” TITLE I ENGLISH: 7 TH GRADE 6 th Grade • Purpose- To reach the needs of students who are failing or endanger of failing. • Description- Our program uses small group instruction to reinforce the skills that students are learning in their core classes. Our teachers develop create lessons that address the needs of all learners and abilities. Mind Play: All GRADE LEVELS • Purpose- To improve reading lexile of struggling readers • Description- Uses a “reading coach” to scaffold learning
MATH PROGRAMS MATH 180: • • Purpose- It Rebuilds the key progressions that struggling math students need for success with algebra and higher-level math as defined by the common core state standards. Description- The program builds student’s confidence and competence in mathematics, while providing teachers with comprehensive support to ensure success. TITLE I Math: • • Purpose- To reach the needs of students who are failing or endanger of failing. Description- Our program uses small group instruction to reinforce the skills that students are learning in their core classes. Our teachers develop creative lessons that address the needs of all learners and abilities. IMAGINE MATH: • • Purpose- To improve math skills Description- Is a program that uses level set to get base data on students math ability. It then uses a scaffolding approach to improve math skills
ASSESSMENT: • TEACHER-CREATED ASSESSMENTS • MATH AND READING INVENTORIES • DISTRICT BENCHMARKS • WEST VIRGINIA SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
2016 -2017: • THE MAJORITY OF STUDENT GROUPS MET ANNUAL GROWTH • ACADEMIC GOALS IN MATHEMATICS AND ENGLISH/LANGUAGE ARTS. • HOWEVER, THE SCHOOL DID NOT REACH ITS GOALS IN ATTENDANCE.
How Can You Be Involved?
TITLE I PARENT INVOLVEMENT • PARENT INVOLVEMENT POLICY • PARENT COMPACT • PARENT’S RIGHT TO KNOW • INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT- ATTEND CONFERENCES AND TRAININGS, CHECK SCHOOLOGY AND AGENDA BOOK, LSIC, AND VOLUNTEER • PARENT TRAININGS- SCHOOLOGY DAY-MONITOR YOUR CHILD PROGRESS-CELL PHONES • LSIC MEETINGS • FAMILY NIGHTS: • STRATEGIC PLAN
PARENT INVOLVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES • FAMILY NIGHTS • FUNDRAISERS • DANCE CHAPERONE • IN CLASS • OUTDOOR PROJECTS • TEACHER APPRECIATION • SPRING FESTIVAL • OFFICE HELP • PTO TABLE • BOOK FAIR
RIGHT TO REQUEST MEETINGS • UPON THE REQUEST OF PARENTS, THE SCHOOL WILL PROVIDE OPPORTUNITIES FOR PARENTS TO FORMULATE SUGGESTIONS AND TO PARTICIPATE, AS APPROPRIATE, IN DECISIONS ABOUT THE EDUCATION OF THEIR CHILDREN. • THE SCHOOL WILL RESPOND TO ANY SUCH SUGGESTIONS AS SOON AS PRACTICABLY POSSIBLE.
CONTACT INFORMATION STONEWALL JACKSON MIDDLE SCHOOL PHONE: (304)-348 -6123 ADDRESS: 812 PARK AVE CHARLESTON, WV 25302 HTTP: //WWW. SJGENERALS. COM/
FOCUS GOALS • ENSURE HIGH RISK STUDENTS MEET AT LEAST THE MINIMUM PROFICIENCY ON STATE ACADEMIC STANDARDS AND ASSESSMENTS • ENSURE ALL STUDENTS HAVE A FAIR OPPORTUNITY TO EARN A HIGH QUALITY EDUCATION