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Title I Parent Involvement

   Morse High School

     TITLE I PARENT INVOLVEMENT POLICY
 

In order to assure a strong working relationship between Morse High School and the community, Morse High School is committed to the following:

 

  • Providing and maintaining a fully staffed parent center on site. 

  • Involve parents and community in the development or revision of the SPSA plan. Parents will participate on the School Site Council committee.  

  • Involve parents and the School Site Council in planning the annual mandatory Title I Parent meeting. 

  • Provide parent training opportunities and materials. 

  • Gather input from  parents and community at school cluster meetings. 

  • Provide interpretation services and translation of materials, as appropriate, at parent/community meetings for parents who have limited English Proficiency through the Translation Office.  

  • Provide opportunities for parents to assume leadership roles at schools and to work as equal partners in the development and implementation of the Single Plan for Student Achievement. 

  • Work with community agencies and nonprofit groups to provide community educational forums, events, and other activities to engage families through Parent Outreach and Engagement. 

  • Meaningful two-way communication is provided to parents in a timely and regular basis. 

  • Parents are notified and provided a variety of opportunities to be involved in their student’s education as indicated in each school’s Single Plan for Student Achievement and the site Parent Involvement Policy. All Title I schools receive an allocation for parent involvement activities.  

  • Conduct an annual survey to identify topics of interest to parents in order to plan family engagement activities that support and are aligned to the goals in the SPSA.  

  • Meetings are conducted at times appropriate to parents to ensure and promote their participation.  

  • Parents are informed when schools are identified as Program Improvement, and advised about the choices/services students are eligible for under the Program Improvement choice option and/or Supplemental Educational Services (SES).  

  • Provide opportunities for parents and staff to meet to discuss student progress.