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from the Superintendent
Welcome to one of America’s most outstanding educational organizations. I especially welcome our district's citizens and parents to this website, and I urge you to frequently utilize it as a primary source for information.
Title I Eligibility: Secondary
Title I Eligibility
Notice of Targeted Assisted Title I Program Eligibility
We have been notified that our school qualifies to receive federal funds under the
No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, Title Part A,
for the above indicated school year
Our school is eligible for the following:
Targeted AssistedTitle I Program:
School may consolidate and use funds under Title I, together with other federal, state, and local funds, in order to upgrade the entire educational program in schools in which not less than 40% of the children are from low-income families.
We look forward to your involvement in school activities and your child’s education. You will receive notices and information throughout the school year to keep you informed about the progress of your child and the status of the school in making progress toward helping all children meet high academic standards. We also look forward to your attendance at school meetings and events.
You are an important partner in our effort to provide the best education possible for your child. Please call the school if you have any questions or would like additional information.
What is the Overall Purpose of NCLB?
The overall purpose of the law is to ensure that each child in
is able to meet the high learning standards of the state where he or she lives. The specific goals of the law, a spelled out in the
March 6, 2002
All students will reach high standards, at a minimum attaining proficiency or better in reading and mathematics by 2013-2014
All limited English proficient students will become proficient in English
By 2005-2006 all students will be taught by highly qualified teachers
All students will be educated in learning environments that are safe, drug free and conductive to learning
All students will graduate from high school
To help schools and districts meet these goals, the law provides a blend of requirements, incentives and resources. The requirements include:
Annual testing of all students against state standards in reading and mathematics in grades 3-8 and in science at three times in a student’s school career (including once in high school)
“Verification” of each state’s assessment system via required participation (every other year) by selected districts in the NAEP test
Aggregate and disaggregate analysis and reporting of student achievement results
A state definition and timeline for determining whether a school, district and the state are making adequate yearly progress. (AYP) toward the goal of 100 percent of students meeting state standards by the 2013-2014 school year.
Technical assistance and then sanctions for schools, districts and the state for failure to make AYP
Highly qualified aides or paraprofessionals
Support for students not meeting standards and/or for those who have special needs (e.g. homeless, limited-English-proficiency)
The use of “scientifically-based” programs and strategies
Annual Parent Notice
Right to Request Teacher Qualifications
Our school receives federal funds for Title I programs that are part of the
No Child Left Behind Act of 2001.
Throughout the school year, we will continue to provide you with important information about this law and your child’s education.
You have the right to request information regarding the professional qualifications of your child’s classroom teacher(s). If you request this information, the district office will provide you with the following as soon as possible:
if the teacher has met state licensing requirements for the grade level and subjects in which the teacher is providing instruction;
if the teacher is teaching under an emergency status for which state licensing requirements have been waived;
the type of college degree major of the teacher and the field of discipline for any graduate degree or certificate; and
if your child is receiving Title I services from paraprofessionals and, if so, his/her qualifications.
If you would like to request information, please contact the school district office at (630) 636-3080.
We value your role in working to help your child receive high academic standards. The following is an outline of some of the ways you and school staff can maintain a partnership to share the responsibility for supporting your child’s learning.
Provide high quality curriculum and learning materials such as utilizing district reading intervention programs and teaching reading skills and strategies that good readers use
Provide you with assistance in understanding academic achievement standards and assessments and how to monitor your child’s progress
Provide opportunities for ongoing communication between you and teachers through, at a minimum:
annual parent-teacher conferences
frequent reports regarding your child’s progress
opportunities to talk with staff, volunteer in class, and observe classroom activities.
Encourage your child to attend school regularly
Encourage your child to show positive behavior
Review your child’s homework
Monitor television watching and encourage positive use of your child’s extra-curricular time
Volunteer in your child’s school and classroom if time or schedule permits
Attend parent-teacher conferences and participate, when appropriate, in decisions relating to the education of your child.
When students, parents, and teachers are actively involved as a partnership in a child’s education, the student will achieve greater lifetime success.
Please review this School-Parent Compact with your child. This School-Parent Compact may be discussed with you during a parent-teacher conference as it relates to your child’s progress. This compact is in effect during the 2013 – 2014 school year. Thank you for your support and involvement in your child’s education.
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District Administration Center | 4175 Route 71 | Oswego, IL 60543 | Phone: 630.636.3080 | Fax: 630.636.3688