Burnley-Moran
Elementary

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Burnley-Moran Elementary
Title I Parent School Compact

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Title I

Title I is designed to meet the specific needs of the children attending Burnley-Moran Elementary School. Title I programs are also designed to improve the educational opportunities of under-achieving children and help them:

Succeed in the regular program
Attain grade level proficiency, and
Improve their achievement in the basic and more advanced skills.

The Law

The most recent law that affects Title I is No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB). The law requires:

School districts have a written policy regarding parental involvement;
Parents be involved in the design, operation and evaluation of Title I;
Parents be consulted about home-school activities and be trained to help instruct their children;
Whenever possible, activities should be presented in the language spoken by majority of Title I parents.

Your child’s school should have a copy of the law on file for you to consult.

Opportunities for School and Home to Work Together

Parent Teacher Organization(PTO)

You are invited to participate in all PTO activities. The PTO helps by supporting teachers and providing the students with learning incentives.

Open House

Burnley-Moran Elementary hosts a Back to School Night.

Parent Volunteers

Parents are invited and welcomed into the school for a variety of activities.

Parent-Teacher Conferences

Conferences are held twice during the school year and additional times may be arranged to discuss student progress or concerns.

Special Student Activities

  • Awards Assembly
  • Accelerated Reading Awards
  • Citizen of the Week
  • Patrols
  • Student Council Association
  • Field Trips
  • Special Library Activities for Students
  • Reading Celebrations
  • Field Day

Instructional Programs

  • Study Island Computer Software Program
  • Balanced Literacy Instruction in Grades K-4
  • Music & Physical Education
  • Accelerated Reader
  • Pre-School Classrooms (Full Day)
  • Speech
  • Gifted & Talented
  • Inclusion Instruction Provided to Special Education & Bilingual Transition Students
  • Reaching Coach
  • Kindergarten Assistants
  • ESL Certified Classroom Teachers
  • Reading Recovery Teacher
  • Reading Specialist
  • Math Specialist
  • Read to Achieve
  • Math Blaster
  • Book Buddies
  • Mother Good Reads
  • Educational School Support

The school will:

  • Solicit parent and community input regarding the education of the children it serves.
  • Offer flexible scheduling of parent meetings, training sessions, assemblies and school functions to maximize parent participation.
  • Promote open communication between home and school.
  • Provide translations of written notifications and interpreters.
  • Respect students’ time. (Homework will be an extension of what is learned in the classroom)
  • Continue the weekly folder to parents.
  • Continue to acknowledge individual student accomplishments.
  • Communicate test results in a timely manner.
  • Address individual student needs.
  • Attend to cultural diversity while promoting the development of the whole child.
  • Focus on the development of social skills.
  • Provide quality programs and instruction.
  • Be available to you and your child(ren).

The student will:

  • Attend class regularly and be on time for class.
  • Participate in class activities and discussion.
  • Show an interest in learning.
  • Conduct himself/herself in an appropriate manner.

As a parent, you're part of the Title I Team!

Be a helping hand by:

  • Showing a love of learning.
  • Sharing interest in your child’s school day.
  • Encouraging good study habits.
  • Getting to know your child’s school.
  • Creating a quiet workplace for your child at home and providing assistance when needed.
  • Volunteering and participating in school functions.
  • Reading aloud to your child regularly and being an interested listener as they read to you.
  • Involving your child in school/community activities to promote his/her social, emotional, and physical development.
  • Seeking information regarding your child’s progress.
  • Communicating the importance of and respect for education.
  • Modeling the belief that learning is a life-long process that takes place at home as well as at school.
  • Helping your child establish a routine for school days.