Title I / Titulo I

What is the Title I Program? 

    • Title I is the largest federal aid program for elementary, middle, and high schools. Through Title I, the Federal government gives money to school districts around the country based on the number of at-risk students in each district.

What’s the purpose?

    • The purpose of Title I is to ensure that all children have a fair and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education.

What is the program based on?

    • All students should work toward the same high standards. 
    • Local districts, schools, and parents know best what their students need to succeed. 
    • Parents are partners in helping all students achieve. 

What are the benefits of being a Title I School?

    • The main benefit of being a Title I School is that the school receives additional funding in order to provide extra educational services for it students.

How are the additional funds used?

    • Title I schools have a choice as to how they set up their Title I program as long as the program helps its students meet state academic standards. 
    • Title I funds can be used to:
      • Provide after-school programs 
      • Train teachers and other staff 
      • Purchase equipment and learning materials 
      • Support parent involvement activities 
      • Hire additional instructional staff

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Que es el Programa de  Tiulo I ? 

    • Title I is the largest federal aid program for elementary, middle, and high schools. Through Title I, the Federal government gives money to school districts around the country based on the number of at-risk students in each district.

What’s the purpose?

    • The purpose of Title I is to ensure that all children have a fair and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education.

What is the program based on?

    • All students should work toward the same high standards. 
    • Local districts, schools, and parents know best what their students need to succeed. 
    • Parents are partners in helping all students achieve. 

What are the benefits of being a Title I School?

    • The main benefit of being a Title I School is that the school receives additional funding in order to provide extra educational services for it students.

How are the additional funds used?

    • Title I schools have a choice as to how they set up their Title I program as long as the program helps its students meet state academic standards. 
    • Title I funds can be used to:
      • Provide after-school programs 
      • Train teachers and other staff 
      • Purchase equipment and learning materials 
      • Support parent involvement activities 
      • Hire additional instructional staff

Hugh Hartman Family Engagement Plan

Hugh Hartman Jaguar Family Engagement Plan

 

Hugh Hartman families play one of the most important roles in their students’ education. Family engagement is an important way to create school and family partnerships. At Hugh Hartman, we are committed to providing multiple family engagement opportunities throughout the school year that are linked to learning while building relationships with our students and families. Family engagement will be responsive to the strengths and knowledge our school community can build upon together. Most importantly, we will offer engagement that empowers and honors our community while being interactive and having fun. 

 

Goal:Beginning of the year: Families will have the opportunity to understand our school’s instructional and intervention programs, how student progress is monitored, and how families can engage in and support their child’s education.  

  • Strategies 
    • Meet with each kindergarten and 1st grade families 1:1
    • Kindergarten Assessments happen prior to school starting and families are viewed as the experts 
    • We schedule two back to school nights in an effort to make them more relational

Goal: School teams will encourage communication and collaboration with families. Families will have the opportunity to share their needs and suggestions.  

  • Strategies 
    • Conferences
    • Parent led volunteer groups 
    • Monthly Parent Teacher Collaboration Meetings
    • Analyzing parent survey results and share action steps with school community
    • Monthly Conversations and Coffee with principal – the objective for these conversations is for families to share what is on their minds and ask questions
    • Teachers, students, and families will have an opportunity to review and discuss our Hugh Hartman Jaguar Agreement

Goal: Family engagement activities will be planned in response to parent/guardian feedback, address student learning needs, and be offered at times and in ways easily accessible to families. 

  • Strategies 
    •  Multiple events will be held throughout the school year before, during and after school.
    • Collecting family feedback via an annual survey and creating family engagement that is responsive to that information
    • Communicate information in a way that is accessible to all and provide multiple ways for school and families to communicate 

Goal: Families will be informed of all school related activities and meetings in a language they can understand, and encouraged and supported in fully participating in their child’s education. 

  • Strategies (How your school will achieve this goal) both languages 
    • Implementation of Parent Square, a two-way communication platform 
    • Facilitating parent teacher conferences that are accessible to to our families (in person, or virtual)
    • Monthly school newsletters
    • Receiving two report cards each school year that communicate their student’s progress
    • Teachers share information informally to ensure the evening is interactive between other families, students and educators
    • Teachers regularly send home student work samples or assessments that demonstrate how students are performing 
    • Teachers share short weekly or biweekly communication home to families about what students are learning

This Family Engagement plan has been developed by family members and school staff representing our school community. Family engaged in the planning process does matter to ODE

Date developed: June 2nd, 2023

Revision date(s): 

Name

Role

Name

Role

Lisa Burgher

Hugh Hartman principal

Jessica Pickens

Title 1A reading specialist

Jaz Halberstadt

ELD teacher

Carlyn Welch

Kindergarten teacher

Leigh Anne Markey

DL 4th grade teacher

Kelly Garcia 

FAN advocate

Ketxia Garcia

Hugh Hartman parent

Elizabeth Dauntless

3rd grade teacher

 

Plan de participación familiar de Jaguares de Hugh Hartman

Las familias de Hugh Hartman juegan uno de los papeles más importantes en la educación de sus estudiantes. La participación familiar es una forma importante de crear asociaciones entre la escuela y la familia. En Hugh Hartman, estamos comprometidos a brindar múltiples oportunidades de participación familiar a lo largo del año escolar que están vinculadas al aprendizaje mientras se construyen relaciones con nuestros estudiantes y familias. La participación familiar responderá a las fortalezas y el conocimiento que nuestra comunidad escolar puede desarrollar juntos. Lo que es más importante, ofreceremos un compromiso que empodere y honre a nuestra comunidad mientras somos interactivos y nos divertimos. 

Meta :Inicio del año: Las familias tendrán la oportunidad de comprender los programas de instrucción e intervención de nuestra escuela, cómo se supervisa el progreso de los estudiantes y cómo las familias pueden participar y apoyar la educación de sus hijos. 

  • Estrategias
    • Reunirse con cada familia de kínder y primer grado 1:1
    • Las evaluaciones de kínder se realizan antes del comienzo de la escuela y las familias son vistas como expertas.
    • Programamos dos noches de regreso a la escuela en un esfuerzo por hacerlas más relacionales

Meta: Los equipos escolares fomentarán la comunicación y la colaboración con las familias. Las familias tendrán la oportunidad de compartir sus necesidades y sugerencias. 

  • Estrategias
    • Conferencias
    • Grupos de voluntarios dirigidos por padres
    • Reuniones mensuales de colaboración entre padres y maestros
    • Analizar los resultados de la encuesta de padres y compartir los pasos de acción con la comunidad escolar
    • Conversaciones mensuales y café con el director: el objetivo de estas conversaciones es que las familias compartan lo que piensan y hagan preguntas.
    • Los maestros, estudiantes y familias tendrán la oportunidad de revisar y discutir nuestroAcuerdo de Jaguares de Hugh Hartman

Meta:Las actividades de participación familiar se planificarán en respuesta a los comentarios de los padres/tutores, abordarán las necesidades de aprendizaje de los estudiantes y se ofrecerán en momentos y de manera fácilmente accesible para las familias.

  • Estrategias
    •  Múltiples eventos se llevarán a cabo a lo largo del año escolar antes, durante y después de la escuela.
    • Recopilación de comentarios familiares a través de una encuesta anual y creación de un compromiso familiar que responda a esa información.
    • Comunicar información de una manera que sea accesible para todos y proporcionar múltiples formas para que la escuela y las familias se comuniquen.

Meta: Se informará a las familias de todas las actividades y reuniones relacionadas con la escuela en un idioma que puedan entender, y se las alentará y apoyará para que participen plenamente en la educación de sus hijos.

  • Estrategias (Cómo su escuela logrará este objetivo)Ambos idiomas
    • Implementación de Parent Square, una plataforma de comunicación bidireccional 
    • Facilitar conferencias de padres y maestros que sean accesibles para nuestras familias (en persona o virtual)
    • Boletines escolares mensuales
    • Recibir dos boletas de calificaciones cada año escolar que comunican el progreso de su estudiante
    • Los maestros comparten información de manera informal para garantizar que la velada sea interactiva entre otras familias, estudiantes y educadores.
    • Los maestros envían regularmente a casa muestras de trabajo de los estudiantes o evaluaciones que demuestran cómo se están desempeñando los estudiantes.
    • Los maestros comparten una breve comunicación semanal o quincenal con las familias sobre lo que los estudiantes están aprendiendo.

Fecha de desarrollo: 2 de junio de 2023

Fecha(s) de revisión:

Nombre

Papel

Nombre

Papel

Lisa Burgher

Director de Hugh Hartman

Jessica Pickens

Especialista en lectura del Título 1A

Jaz Halberstadt

Maestro de ELD

Carlyn Welch

Maestro de kínder

Leigh Anne Markey

Maestro de DL de cuarto grado

Kelly Garcia 

Defensor de FAN

Ketxia Garcia

Padre de Hugh Hartman

Elizabeth Dauntless

Maestro de tercer grado

Este plan de participación familiar ha sido desarrollado por miembros de la familia y personal escolar que representan a nuestra comunidad escolar. La familia involucrada en el proceso de planificación es importante para ODE.