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Title I Family Engagement Plan: Middle School

General Information

The District receives Title I, Part A funding and as such agrees to implement the following family engagement policy to meet the requirements of section 1116 of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). The intent of this policy is to articulate how the faculty and staff will develop a partnership with parents and the community to help all students meet with academic success.    
 
Building Jordan-Elbridge Middle School
School Year 2020-21
Annual Review Date 5/20/2020
Committee Members
 
Todd Canino, Lori Eggleston, Andy Marinelli, Mark Fietta, Tallon, Larham, Meghan Fedigan, Abby Morgans, Jessica Strong, Scott Sauro, Leo McCormick, Alexis Farnsworth, Lauren Wisnewski
Means of Policy Distribution Parent Teacher Conference meeting Nov 20, 2019
Means of Gathering Parent Input Interviews, surveys


Part Two: Events, Activities, and Meetings for All

 
Title One Information Night
•    Inform families of Title I requirements and parent rights
•    Inform families of allowable uses of Title I funds
•    Describe ways parents can participate in their child’s school experience
•    Describe the state standards and district’s curricula
•    Identify forms of assessment including report cards, local benchmarks, and state tests
Date
11/25/2019

Part Three:  Events, Activities, and Meetings for Title One Parents

 
ELL Information Night
Date
 11/25/2019
Fall Parent Conference
Share progress of student academic and social emotional progress
Answer parent questions
Provide suggestions for how parents can support their child’s growth.
Show parents examples of student work with feedback.
Access to community programs such as dance, town recreation, twirling and scouting.
Date:
11/25/2019

 
Progress Reports and Report Cards Issued
Share progress of student in academic and social emotional growth.
Provide suggestions for parents to provide support to their children.
AIS reports are sent on a quarterly basis
Special Education progress reports are sent on a quarterly basis.
Provide parents information on access to School Tool and student information platform.
Date:
11/08/2019
IB Progress Reports
Provided twice times per year
Provide student current progress as measure of IB standards and assessment criteria.
Personalized student feedback in the form of teacher comments.
Provides an explanation of holistic student achievement.
 


Part Four: Resources for All

Recommended Sites and Materials to Support Development of Reading Skills
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2110.480.20.000

 
Freerice.com, Townsend vocabulary program, Teachingbooks.net,


 
Recommended Sites and Materials to Support Development of Writing


 
NANOWRIMO.org, Eagle Award nominations, Interdisciplinary units-writing across the curriculum, poetry writing contest, letter and card writing for Kindness Campaign,
Recommended Sites and Materials to Support Development of Vocabulary



 
Freerice.com, Quizlet, Peardeck.com, Grade level vocabulary activities designed at grade level PLC. Subjects specific vocabulary activities, sciencepenquins,com,
Recommended Sites and Materials to Support Development of Math Skills

 
Learnzillions.com, emathinstruction.com,


Part Five: Resources for Title One Parents

 
Recommended Sites and Materials to Support Development of Reading Skills
 
Special education recommendations, Read works, F and P materials, Newsela, Commonlit.com, mackinvia.com, Chrome Books, I-pads, Chemistry for Life parent support site,
Recommended Sites and Materials to Support Development of Writing Freerice.com, Townsend vocabulary program, Teachingbooks.net, www.teachthought.com/literacy/12-best-vocabulary
www.weareteachers.com/free-on
 
Recommended Sites and Materials to Support Development of Vocabulary Flocabulary, Freerice.com,
www.teachthought.com/literacy/12-best-vocabulary.
.www.weareteachers.com/free-on
Recommended Sites and Materials to Support Development of Math Skills Kahn Academy, Mathbits notebook, emathinstruction.com Ruler.com

 

Part Six: Community Outreach Efforts

Description
Musicals, concerts, sports, award ceremonies, NJHS induction, Engineering Lockheed Martin field trip, Science Horizons, Career Fair, Parent phone and e-mail contact.  In-person parent meetings, School messenger, Parent Teacher Conferences, mailings, attendance reports and refrigerator magnets, Eagle Award letters, Monthly Newsletters.  Pre-school year information brochures, parent census form, School resource officer outreach, monthly board meetings, website postings, Facebook page, District marquee,

 
 
Superintendent: James R. Froio
Phone: 315.689.8500
Address: 9 N. Chappell St., PO Box 902 | Jordan, NY 13080