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School Improvement Plan & Title I Information

As a Title I school, parents have the right to request and receive information on the qualifications of your child’s classroom teacher and any teachers’ assistants who may work with your child.

 

What is Title I?

Title I is a US Department of Education program
instituted under the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001.
This federal program provides funding
for improving academic achievement for the disadvantaged.
 
To become a Title I school and to use funds on a schoolwide basis,
at least 40 percent of its students must come from low-income families.
Funds are used to provide additional academic support and enrichment opportunities
to low-achieving students to help master the academic curriculum
and to meet state standards in core academic subjects.
("Improving Basic Programs Operated by Local Educational Agencies (Title I, Part A)")

Parent and Student Compacts

Title I schools must involve the parents of students to plan enrichment and interventions that will help their school meet improvement goals.
Each parent and student reads and signs a compact or contract
that indicates they are an active participant.

 


2017-2018 Parent Involvement Policy (English)
(pdf)

Includes School/Parent/Student Compact



 

 


Reglamento de Participacion del Padre/s
(Espanol) (pdf)

 
Incluye Escuelas / Padres / Estudiante


 

School LAND Trust and SIP Plan

Click here to see our school plans, needs assessments, goals, and 2017-18 SIP plan.
Click here to see our current Trust Lands Report.

What do our plans look like at North Davis Jr High?