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Title I, Part A and Parent/Family Engagement in Education
Seminole County Public Schools receives an annual allocation of federal dollars to provide supplemental resources for students and families at schools that have high percentages of families who qualify for free or reduced-price lunch. (Federal and state law determines how Title I funds are allocated to eligible schools and programs.) Currently, 12 elementary schools, four middle schools, three special centers, one charter school and 13 non-public schools are receiving supplemental resources which may include additional staff, supplementary instructional materials, and funds for parent/family events and activities.
Parent/Family involvement in a student's education is critical to student success. When parents, teachers and school administrators work cohesively to support the student experience, students are more likely to have higher grades and test scores, attend school regularly, have better social skills, show improved behavior, and adapt well to school. The Seminole County Public Schools' Title I Program promotes the belief that all children can learn and acknowledges that families share the schools' commitment to educational success for all students. We recognize that participation of parents in regular, two-way and meaningful communications with school staff that involves the student, addresses learning and engages the family in school activities is essential to student achievement. Please look for information from your child’s school and on the district website about opportunities for you to be involved in your child’s education.
Parent & Family Engagement Plans
The Parent & Family Engagement Plan (PFEP) reflects the purpose of parent and family engagement and what will be done to impact student achievement. Parents and families are encouraged to be involved in the annual review of the PFEP and the family engagement program for the purpose of obtaining input as to what activities/events they desire to see take place during the school year.
Each Title I school, in conjunction with the parents of participating students, develops a School-Home Compact that describes the school’s responsibility to provide high-quality curriculum and instruction in a supportive and effective learning environment. The compact also addresses the importance of ongoing communication between teachers and parents, describes the ways in which each parent will be responsible for supporting their child’s learning, and is discussed with parents of elementary-aged students. Please visit the website for your child's school to view the PFEP and School-Home Compact.
KinderCamp Virtual Family Workshop/Kinder Camp Taller Familiar Virtual
Please join us for an overview of Title I and some easy ideas on how you can help your child learn and grow through their kindergarten year! You will also learn about the free learning materials that will be provided for you to keep and use at home.
Access the workshop on NearPod with join code RYEXS.
Workshops are for the families of kindergarten students attending a Title I school. Click on the link under "Title I, Part A" (above) for a list of schools receiving Title I support.
Por favor, únase a nosotros para obtener un resumen general de lo que es el Título 1 y algunas ideas fáciles sobre cómo puede ayudar a su hijo a aprender y crecer durante todo su año de Kindergarten. Tabién aprenderá acerca de los materiales de aprendizaje gratuitos que se le proporcionarán para que los guarde y los use en casa.
Los talleres son para las familias de los esudiantes de Kindergarten que asisten a una escuela de título 1 que se enumeran a continuación. Por favor, mira arriba para obtener una lista de las escuelas que reciben apoyo del Título I.
What is the “Parents-Right-to-Know”?
Federal law requires that schools notify parents if their child has been taught for four or more consecutive weeks by a teacher who is not highly qualified. Parents may also request information about the professional qualifications of the student’s classroom teacher. Click here to learn more about the Parents-Right-to-Know.