The focus of Title I schools is to help students achieve proficiency on core standards, closing academic gaps that may exist. These efforts include providing targeted supports to at-risk students, building teachers' capacity through professional development, and strengthening parents' abilities in helping their children succeed.
An Introduction to Title I
- Answers to Commonly Asked Questions
- For other annual Title I parent information, Granite School District's parent engagement policy, a summary of Granite School District's Annual Title I Parent Meeting, and other information, please visit the Granite School District Title I website.
Parent Compact, Policy & Rights to Know
- Parent-School Learning Compact
- School Parent Engagement Policy
- Parents' Right to Know (opens the District's Title I website)
Other School Information
Parent-School Learning Compact
Rolling Meadows 2022-23 Parent CompactBack to Index
Parent Engagement Policy
The staff at Rolling Meadows Elementary School has always regarded parental involvement vital to the success of students achieving academic success. All schools have their individual characteristics and needs; Rolling Meadows Elementary is no different. Within our community there are many diverse cultures, languages, and students with special needs. We encourage parents and guardians to participate as school volunteers, in PTA and the Community Council.
It is the intent that our communication with parents, such as materials or flyers, will be written in an understandable and uniform format and, to the extent practicable, provided in a language that is understandable. If anyone would like clarification, interpretation, or additional support, please contact the office at 385-646-4990. Each parent or guardian is highly encouraged to work directly with the teacher of the child to resolve any concerns.
A school-parent compact has been developed by the Rolling Meadows Community Council, PTA, and staff. A copy is available on our website or by contacting the office staff. The purpose of the compact is to increase each child\'s academic achievement.
Our policy includes specifically how the following activities will be accomplished:
Some ways in which parents will be kept informed and assisted in understanding expected state, district and school academic standards, assessment used, and student student achievement expectations.
- Thursday Folders/Memo
- SEP Conferences (translators when needed)
- Send home information from the District Office
- Email, teleparent, DOJO, School Facebook page
- Blackboard messages
Some ways materials and training will be offered to parents to help them work with their children to improve achievement, such as literacy, numeracy and technology training.
- Family Nights which support academics at home
- Individualized help as requested or needed
Some ways in which appropriate coordination of parent involvement activities can take place with various programs at the school. Some of the programs or activities may include the following: pre-school, after-school programs, parent information and resource centers, parental classes or any other program that might be beneficial.
- School Thursday Memo
- Counseling Center
- Assistance with translation in Spanish when registering and at conferences
- Translation of notes
- School marquee
Some ways parents and staff will work together, reach out, and communicate with each other to realize more fully the value and contributions that parental involvement adds to the success of the child\'s achievement growth and the success of the school.
- Communication through phone calls, texts, emails, and planners
- Small group meetings as needed
- Scholl marquee, teacher websites, Facebook, and Blackboard
School Annual Title I Meeting
Parent input is valued. Each year, a parent meeting is held where our school solicits input in the planning and implementation of school parent engagement activities.
- Date: 22 Sept. 2022
- Time: 05:30 p.m.
- What is Title I?
- How does our school use Title I funds?
- What services do students receive?
- What curricula, and assessments are used?
- What is a Parent and Family Engagement Policy?
- What is a School-Parent Compact?
- What are my rights as a parent?
- How can I be involved?
- Whom can I contact for more information?
School Title I Goals
Each year, our school conducts a needs assessment, reviews student performance data, and solicits input from various stakeholders in order to develop a meaningful Title I Plan. This plan is data-driven, evidence-based, and responsive to findings from data reviews, needs assessment findings, and stakeholder input. The school comprehensive Title I plan articulates how evidence-based strategies, action steps and milestones will support the goals listed below.
At least 60% of students will reach typical or above typical growth on end of year Acadience Reading Assessment.
At the end of the 2022-2023 school, at least 75% of the students will demonstrate improvement in their social, emotional, motivational skills and competencies (such as having a growth mindset, perseverance and Grit, effective self management skills, self efficacy and social awareness and social perspective taking skills, and having effective learning strategies) as measured on CCR on report cards.
At the end of the 2022-23 school year, all school employees (classroom teachers, paraeducators, coaches, administrator, etc.) will reach 85% of their outlined PG&E goals around Tier One instruction.Back to Index
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