Title I Information
Title I is a federally funded program available at select Pinellas County schools based on the percentage of students eligible for free and reduced lunch.Title I Goals1.The purpose of Title 1 is to increase highest student achievement for all students. Therefore, the funding is used school-wide to hire additional staff as well as to purchase instructional materials. The budget is aligned with the School Improvement Plan (SIP) and also provides supplementary educational services in reading and mathematics across all content areas to support students at risk of failing to meet state achievement standards.
2.The Title I budget has a component specifically assigned to increasing the parent and community involvement at a school through the School Advisory Council (SAC), the Parent-Teacher-Student Association (PTSA), and by encouraging more adults to volunteer and mentor our students.Title I FacilitatorThis is a part-time staff position responsible for the implementation, coordination, and supervision of the Title I program within the school. The facilitator works in cooperation with the principal, classroom teachers, and other school-based specialists.
The facilitator is held accountable at the school, district, and state levels to follow the guidelines of the budget. There will be a yearly audit of the facilitator for data collection of student progress on assessments (Performance matters, FSA, & EOC) and academic, attendance, and discipline data (RTI), use of funds for parent involvement, school wide purchases and programs, and training as it aligns with the SIP.
For any questions about the Title I program or the budget at Largo Middle School, please contact Salima Lakhani, 6th grade Assistant Principal (727-588-4600) or Isabella Torbert at the District Title I Office (727-893-2988).Title 1 DocumentsPIP Summary en espanolThis is a parent friendly version of the Parent Involvement Plan (PIP) we have for this year.This is the complete Parent Involvement Plan (PIP) that is attached to our School Improvement Plan (SIP). It states our school plans for Title I this year.School Improvement PlanThis is a copy of the compact that was sent home with students in their science class. It is an agreement between the student, school, and parent that defines goals, expectations, and shared responsibilities as equal partners for student learning.Title I Annual Parent MeetingSeptember 7th,2017 Meeting POSTPONED DUE TO HURRICANE.Rescheduled for September 28th, 2017This website will give parents information about student performance, teachers and staff, school safety, school grades, and Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)General information about Title I and how parents can get more information at the district level.