Connecting Home and School
Jessica Paquette, District Parent Facilitator
Welcome to the Title I Parent Resource site. The goal of providing this information to you is to increase parent involvement with the goal of raising student achievement. Included is a calendar of Title I events at participating schools. This calendar is our way of keeping parents informed about the wonderful programs taking place throughout the city as well as tips for helping your student at home. School Events are usually open to the parents/students of the school in which they are held. However, TITLE I sponsored events are always open to ALL parents from Title I schools. If you are in doubt, contact the parent facilitator at the host school.
What does a Title One Facilitator do?
A Title One Facilitator wears many hats. A facilitator does the following:
- Conducts a comprehensive needs assessment through analysis of disaggregated student performance data, demographic data, and other pertinent indicators
- Develops a school wide Title 1 plan that focuses monetary and human resources on identified needs
- Consistently monitors accurate implementation of all aspects of the Title 1 plan
- Conducts evaluation of the effectiveness of the Title 1 plan
- Implements the requirements of parent involvement policy and school-parent compact
- Organizes and conducts parent involvement programs
- Develops and implements extended day or extended year academic programs
- Collaborates with the principal and other school and district personnel to plan and implement professional training for teachers, aides, administrators, pupil services personnel, parents, and other community audiences
- Collaborates with the principal and other school and district personnel to identify, evaluate, and implement research-based curricular materials and instructional methods that support the required strategies of Title 1, NCLB, and required state and district academic standards in mathematics and English/Language Arts
- Assists with federal and state Title 1 program evaluations
- Works flexible hours to facilitate staff training, parenting and tutoring programs, enrichment activities, and other duties
- Assumes other related Title 1 duties as assigned by the principal and/or Federal Programs Office.
Title I School Parent Facilitators
Jean Sargent – Consentino - firstname.lastname@example.org
Phylis Watson & Lynn Noyes – Golden Hill – email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org
Kerri Alves – Tilton – email@example.com
SuzetteDiTonno _Pentucket Lake– firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicole Gallant – Nettle- email@example.com
For more information about Title I, speak to your school’s Parent Facilitator by calling the respective school or emailing your parent facilitator. Please feel free to recommend or suggest programs or trainings that you would find informative or helpful.
What is Title I?
Title I Parent Program Survey
Title I Teacher Survey
Policy & Procedures for Title I Supplement not Supplant Requirement (Spanish version)
Reading Recovery Program
Title I Monthly Event Calendar
Countdown to School Success!
A month by month guide filled with the advice, tools and online resources you'll need to help your children have a school year packed with fun and learning.