Title I Information for Parents and Families
Parents and families play an important role in Title I schools. With the enactment of the Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015 (ESSA), greater emphasis has been placed on parent and family engagement to help ensure students’ academic success.
Engaging Parents and Families
Written policies for the engagement of parents and families at the District and school levels.
School Improvement Process (SIP)
Title I District-level Parent and Family Engagement Plan (PFEP)
Title I School-level PFEP
Shared responsibility for high performance of all students.
Title I School-Parent Compact
Greater capacity for engagement by providing opportunities for parents and families to actively participate in training, activities and events.
Title I School-level Parent and Family Engagement Survey
Title I Annual Parent Meeting PowerPoint Presentation
English (coming soon)
District Advisory Council (DAC) General Meetings Calendar
Parent Advisory Council (PAC) Calendar
All Title I schools must also comply with the following parental notification requirements:
Title I Program Parent Notification Letter
English | Spanish | Haitian Creole
Parents Right-to-Know - Qualifications of Child's Teachers
Parents in Title I schools must be notified regarding the professional qualification of teachers assigned teaching duties for four (4) or more consecutive weeks, in a class dealing with a subject matter that is outside the field in which the teachers are certified, outside the field that was their minor field of study, or outside the field in which they have demonstrated sufficient subject area expertise.
Regarding the Availability of the SIP, Title I District-level and School-level PFEP, and Title I School-Parent Compact
For additional information, you may access the Department of Title I Administration’s Website, Title I Parent and Family Engagement page.