IMPROVING THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF THE DISADVANTAGED
The Title I Reading Program will be servicing eligible students in first and second grades. Mrs. Daniels and Mrs. Malec will be working with students in EverGreen Elementary. Mrs. Vinton will be working with students at the Robert D. Wilson School. If a child is eligible to receive Title I services, parents will be notified. Parents must then meet with their child’s Title I teacher, in order to sign a compact. This compact gives written permission for the child to participate in the Title I Reading Program. Please contact your child’s Title I teacher as soon as possible if you need to sign a compact.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the Title I Parent Advisory Council, please contact your child’s Title I teacher. The Parent Advisory Council consists of parents, teachers and Miss Faliskie, the Title I Coordinator. This group meets after school twice a year, once in the fall and once in the spring. The purpose of this group is to have input into the Title I Program. Please join us if you can!
Parents often ask if tutoring outside of regular school hours is available. If you are interested in tutoring for your child, please contact your child’s school.
If you would like to view the proficiency levels your child is expected to meet on the state standards, you may visit the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s website at Common Core Standards.
On this Title I website you will find links to the schools’ Title I Parent Policy, the Title I Qualifying Assessment Grid which is used to qualify students to enter the Title I Program, and the Title I Local Assessment Grid which is used to show student growth throughout the year.
If you have any questions or would like to participate in the Parent Advisory Council, please contact the Title I Coordinator, Ms. Ellen Faliskie, at EverGreen Elementary at 1-800-321-9973.