Title I Annual Missed Meeting Notification
Azalea Middle School
Date: September 15, 2021
Did you miss our Title I Annual Meeting? During our Title I Annual Meeting we discussed the following: Parent-School-Student Compact, our school and Pinellas County Schools Parent and Family Engagement Plan (PFEP), Title I budget, academic expectations, assessments, Title I Parent’s Right to Know, and the Title I Program.
We look forward to meeting you at future school events. Please email Kristy Lengner, our Title I Coordinator and Collaborator at email@example.com, if you have any questions or concerns regarding our school or our Title I Program.
Susan Alvaro, Principal
Azalea Middle School
Dear Parent Advisory Council Members,
It is time for the Annual Fall Parent Advisory Council (PAC) Meeting. It is important to have the voice of our parents as we review our Title I Program, as well as our Pinellas County School District’s Parent and Family Engagement Plan.
Title I has scheduled three ZOOM meeting opportunities for you to attend. Please click one of the following links to register in advance.
To make the most out of our time together please complete the following survey by Wednesday, November 4th.
I look forward to our meetings!
The Title 1 program at AMS supports the school mission of creating a quality educational setting that promotes critical thinking skills for college and careers by providing a relevant and rigorous curriculum and building positive relationships.
Title I At Work for You!
A Title I Schoolwide Program is a comprehensive reform strategy designed to upgrade the entire educational program in a Title I school with 40 percent poverty or more. It allows the school to address the educational needs of all children so every student achieves high levels of academic proficiency.
Schoolwide programs allow staff in schools to redesign their entire educational program to serve all students. The emphasis in Schoolwide Program schools is on serving all students, improving all structures that support student learning, and combining all resources, as allowed, to achieve a common goal.
Developing and implementing a high-quality schoolwide program is a systemic, effective strategy for increasing the academic achievement of all students. A schoolwide program will maintain the fundamental Title I principles including accountability and reporting of academic results, reform rooted in research-based practices, and school and community engagement and collaboration in the operation of the school.