Welcome to the Title I page for Bartlett Elementary School! On this page, you will find important information about the BES Title I program, useful documents, and news on upcoming events. If you have any questions about Title I activities and resources, please email me at: email@example.com
Title I Instructional Facilitator
Be sure to "like" the Bartlett Elementary PTO Facebook Page for school updates and volunteer opportunities.
Parent Computer Lab Sessions- Every Tuesday in January (2 sessions) in Room 63 (5th grade hall)
- Morning- 7:00-7:30 am (please park in teacher lot and enter through 3rd grade hall)
- Afternoon/Evening 5:00-6:00 pm (please park in front lot and enter through front door)
Parents MUST attend with child. No children without a parent.
*There will be more details in the Title I Newsletter this week.
Open House- Thursday, October 26th
Internet Safety Workshop was Tuesday, October 3, 2017 from 6:00 to 7:30- pm at Bartlett High School.
Parent Survey was sent home with your child on Monday, September 18th. Deadline was Friday, September 22nd.
BES Parent-Teacher Conference Night, Thursday, September 14th from 3:00 to 6:00 pm.
Annual Title I Meeting, Tuesday September 19th, 6:15 pm prior to the PTO Meeting at 6:30 pm.
Online Title I Parent Survey:
Title I Frequently Asked Questions
What is Title I?
Title I refers to the largest federally funded education program in the nation. The goal of Title I is to assist students in achieving grade level standards in reading/language arts and math.
The federal Elementary Secondary Education Act (ESEA) requires that every state and school district develop and implement academic standards and assessments, as well as a system for accountability. Under the law, federal resources are allocated to provide various academic programs and services for eligible students and keep parents informed of their rights.
Why is Bartlett Elementary a Title I School?
A school’s Title I eligibility is solely determined by the percentage of students in the school who qualify for free or reduced lunch. When 40% or more of a school’s student population qualify for free or reduced lunch, the school is eligible to receive Title I funding.
How does Title I benefit BES?
- Increased focus on student achivement
- Additional money for instructional resources
- Additional school personnel
- Increased parent involvement
How can the school spend Title I money?
Title I Funds are used to serve ALL children in the school to increase academic achievement. This money can only be spent with input from all stakeholders! Parent, teacher and community input is extremely important when planning our budget. Title I money may be spent in five categories:
- Supplemental Educational Materials/Digital Learning
- Technology Equipment
- Additional Staff
- Parental Involvement and Training
- Professional Development for Teachers
How can parents get involved?
- Read our School newsletter and Title I Newsletter (in sidebar) for important information
- Volunteer through our PTO to help with events throughout the year.
- “Like” the Bartlett Elementary PTO on Facebook to get updates from them.
- Complete Parent Surveys when they are sent home/online.
- Get involved in your child's work (refer to strategies on newsletter)
- Attend Parent-Teacher Conferences, PTO Meetings and Parent Breakfasts
- Serve on the School Improvement Plan Committee
How will I know about my child's academic progress?
- RTI2 Data
- Interim and Term Grades
- AIMSWEB Benchmark Data
- Parent-Teacher Conferences
- TCAP Score Report
How can I help my child learn at home?
www.sesamestreet.org (PreK & K)
www.abcya.com (PreK, K, & 1)
www.readingeggs.com (K &1)
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- Practice the following strategies with your child
1) Read AR books aloud to parents nightly for at least 25 min (Not independently) Parents need to hear and correct words and ask comprehension questions. (Predictions? Inferences? Why questions?)
2)When an error is made while reading a word, wait to give your child a chance to work on it independently.
3) Ask questions to invite recall and thinking:
- “Why do you think _______ happened?”
- “What do you think _______ means?”
4) Encourage re-reading to build comprehension
5) Model expressive reading and have your child echo read & encourage correct pacing (not too fast or slow)
6) Demonstrate how to attend to the punctuation (pausing at the end of sentences and adding expression based on the punctuation mark)
7) Make connections to real-life situations and discuss
8) Remember to PRAISE your child in his/her successes
1) Count orally by twos, fives, or tens
2) Enrich daily life with math activities
- Counting items (dishes, groceries, etc.)
- Practice measurements for recipes
- Discuss the days and dates on the calendar
- Play board games that incorporate skills (dice, money, etc.)
- Identify and discuss patterns in everyday objects
3) Moby Max Fact Fluency for 10 min every night
BCS Parent and Family Involvement Policy (7009) states that we at BES will:
- Welcome families into our school
- Communicate with families
- Support student by working with families
- Encourage families to advocate for their child's education
- Partner with families in decisions
- Collaborate with families and community
Parents' Right to Know
- Certification of Teachers
- Qualifications of Assistants
- Student Progress
- District and School Progress
Thank you for being a part of your child's education.
Bartlett City Schools offers educational and employment opportunities without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, religion, sex, age, or disability and adheres to the provisions of the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).