Title I

Title I Services at Nessacus are designed to support classroom instruction in reading and math. These services are scheduled during a time of the day that does not interfere with direct instruction in reading and math.  Generally, these services are provided in the classroom setting, however if a quieter space is beneficial, students may work in the Title I Room or the library. Beginning of the year assessments in reading fluency, reading comprehension, math fluency, and math problem solving provide valuable information to assist teachers in making Title I student recommendations. Additionally, the classroom teacher and the Title I teacher review the assessment results to make a final determination for service delivery. Most importantly, these services are designed to help students develop proficiency in reading and math skills at their grade level as prescribed by the newly adopted Common Core Curriculum.

The federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) requires districts to annually prepare and distribute district and school report cards to the parents/guardians of all children enrolled in district schools. Report cards must include information related to (1) assessments, (2) accountability, and (3) teacher quality as that information applies to the district as a whole and as it applies to each school within the district. 
In addition to the report cards themselves, federal law requires that certain information be communicated to families of children enrolled in a district’s schools. This information must include, at a minimum: (1) the accountability and assistance level of the child's school and district; (2) the reason for the level designation, such as the aggregate or high needs groups not meeting cumulative progress and performance index (PPI) targets; (3) an explanation of what the level designation means; (4) an explanation of the school and/or district improvement activities the district has initiated to increase performance in Level 2-4 schools, and how parents/guardians can become involved in school and district improvement activities; and (5) for Title I schools, information about right-to-know requirements regarding the professional qualifications of the student's classroom teacher(s).
School Report Card Overview 2017-2018

Title I Compact 2016-17.pdf

CBRSD Title I Parent-Guardian Involvement Policy.pdf

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