• Title I

    School-wide Title I programs LEAs can consolidate and use Title I and other federal, state and local funds for school-wide Title I programs in schools serving a school attendance area where not less than 40 percent of the children are from low-income families, or where 40 percent of the children enrolled are from such families.
    The funds are provided to spend in a manner that aligns with the school’s educational goals and needs.  Every Title I school holds an annual meeting to explain Title I to all parents and how the funds will be used for the school year.


    Parents’ Rights to Know

    Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) Parents’ Right-To-Know

    All parents have the right to request the following:

    • A teacher’s professional qualifications, which includes: state qualifications, licensure, grade/s certification, waivers

    • A teacher’s baccalaureate and /or graduate degree, fields of endorsement, previous teaching experience

    • A paraprofessional’s qualifications

    • An assurance that their child’s name, address, and telephone listing not be

      released to military recruiters

      All parents will receive information on the following:

    • Their child’s level of achievement in each of the state academic assessments

    • Their option to request a transfer to another school within the district if their child

      is the victim of a violent crime at school

    • Their right to timely notification that their child has been assigned, or has been

      taught for four or more consecutive weeks by, a teacher who is not highly qualified

      NINGUN NINO SE QUEDA ATRAS Derecho De los Padres de Familia a saber

      Todos los padres tienen derecho a solicitar lo siguiente:

    • Las calificaciones profesionales de un maestro, que incluye: Calificaciones del Estado, Licenciatura, graos de la certificación, Renuncia a derecho

    • El Bachillerato a Titulo de graduación del maestro, campos de especialidad, experiencia previa

    • La calificaciones del profesional

    • Garantía que los datos de su hijo como nombre, dirección, numero de teléfono, no

      se entregan a los reclutadores militares

      Todos los padres recibirán información sobre lo siguiente:

    • El nivel de rendimiento de su hijo en cada una de las evaluaciones académicas del estado

    • Su opción de solicitar un traslado a otra escuela del distrito si su hijo/a es victima de un crimen violento en la escuela

    • Su derecho a aviso con tiempo anticipado que su hijo/a ha sido asignado o ha estado bajo la enseñanza durante cuatro semanas consecutivas o más, de un maestro que no está altamente cualificado


    The Parent’s Role

    *Communicate with your child’s teacher regarding academic growth, progress, behavior, and achievement.                            

     *Become a member of the student support organization or other advisory committees that impact decision making for Northaven Elementary School.                     

     *Attend workshops, trainings, parent/teacher conferences, and other school related activities while providing constructive feedback and suggestions to the   school.                              

    *Monitor homework and limit TV watching, social media, and video game usage.

    *Look for the daily communication folder, agenda book, and Tuesday Graded Paper Packet.


    Parental Involvement

    Studies have shown that children are more successful when parents are involved in their education.  You can help your child succeed by volunteering, helping with homework, reading to your child and talking with your child’s teacher.


    Ways to support your child

    *Become a volunteer                       

    *Ask your child’s teacher what you can do to help.  Check on your child.             

    *Share your experience, talents, and expertise with the Learning Coach or Principal.                                        

    *Ask your employer to donate supplies (small toys, pencils, etc.) to the school’s PBIS store.                     

    *If you would like a plan for helping your child at home, ask your child’s teacher.