Title I

1. Title I Parental Involvement (Policy #6172.4)

  1. The District maintains programs, activities, and procedures for the involvement of parents/guardians of students receiving services, or enrolled in programs under Title ii. These programs, activities, and procedures are described in District-level and School-level compacts.
  2. Each Building Principal or his/her designee shall develop a School-Level Parental Involvement Compact according to Title I requirements.

 2. Staff qualifications (Policy #4111) 

  1. Parents/guardians have the right to request information at the beginning of the school year   about whether the student’s teacher has met state qualifications (certification) and licensing criteria for the grade levels and subject areas in which the teacher is providing instruction; whether the teacher is under an emergency or other provisional status, and whether the teacher is teaching in the field of discipline covered by the teacher’s certification. 

 3. English Learners (EL) students (Policy #6141.311).

  1. Parents/guardians must be notified within the first 30 days of school if their child has been identified as an English learner. 

 4. Required Assessments & Progress Reports (Policy #6146.2, #5124).

  1. Parents/Guardians will receive the results of their child’s state assessments. 
  2. Written reports of student progress will be issued 4 times per year at the high school level and 3 times per year for grades K-8.
  3. Parents will be advised no later than the beginning of the final marking reporting period of a student's potential failure in a course or grade and the possibility of the student repeating the grade or course.

 5. School Accountability Index scores will be posted on school websites in the fall as part of each school’s Accountability Plan. 

 6. HS ONLY Military recruiters or institutions of higher learning shall have access to secondary school student names, addresses, and telephone listings unless a secondary student or the parent of the student requests that such information not be released without prior written parental consent  (Policy #5145.14)  

 7. Surveys of students/student privacy issues (Policy 6162.51)

 8. Without parental consent no student may take part in a survey. A permission slip will be sent home with the beginning of the year information packet or when a student enrolls. 

 9. Schools in Need of Improvement (Policy #6172.4).

  1. Schools identified for “comprehensive support and improvement” or “targeted support and improvement” must provide an understandable and uniform format of such information and, to the extent practicable in a language parents/guardians understand; including the reason for such designation. 


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