Forney ISD Division Goal 3

Report
Forney Independent School District
2012-2014 Campus Improvement Plan
Nell Rhea Elementary School
Scott Fisher
Principal
Barbi Donehoo
Assistant Principal
Reviewed and Adopted by Forney ISD Board of Trustees
FISD does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, disability, or age in its programs and activities.
MISSION STATEMENT
AT NELL RHEA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL WE ARE DEDICATED TO EDUCATING ALL STUDENTS SO
THAT THEY BECOME RESPONSIBLE, CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS OF SOCIETY BY WORKING
TOGETHER IN A COLLABORATIVE, SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT THAT ENABLES ALL CHILDREN
TO REACH THEIR OPTIMUM LEVELS OF ACHIEVEMENT.
VISION STATEMENT
INSPIRING STUDENTS THROUGH INNOVATIVE EDUCATION
BELIEFS
The following FISD Board beliefs guide campus and district decisions:
• Truth and honesty are non-negotiable
• Graduates should be equipped to pursue whatever path forward they desire (career, higher education,
technical)
• We will provide the best opportunity for students to become productive contributors to society
• Each child has a right to an education that will allow him/her to maximize his/her abilities
• Schools should foster a secure and safe environment that instills a student’s desire for knowledge and a love
for learning
• People are our best resources
• Quality educators are the foundation for quality education
• We should be fiscally responsible with taxpayer money
• Students are our focal point and all decisions should be made in their best interest
• A partnership between community and the district is essential for developing a quality educational system
Campus Performance Objectives Council
2013-2014
Position
Principal, ad hoc
Assistant Principal, ad hoc
Parent
Parent
Business Representative
Business Representative
Community Representative
Community Representative
Non-Classroom Professional Staff
Central Office Representative
Classroom Teacher
Classroom Teacher
Classroom Teacher
Classroom Teacher
Classroom Teacher
Classroom Teacher
Classroom Teacher
Name
Scott Fisher
Barbi Donehoo
Sam Dimson
Odette Ponce
Tyler Moore
Jana Martinez
Faye Hornsby
Todd Hardy
Brianne DeAnda
Debbie Kneggs
Jaime Littlejohn
Kimberly Ragland
Leslie Camp
Shelley Houston
Amy Lemons
Carri Honeycutt
Raylene Myers
Affiliation/Grade Level
Grade 3
Grade 1
Northwestern Mutual
Manpower
Community Member
Community Member
Counselor
FISD Administration
Grade 6
Grade 5
Grade 4
Grade 3
Grade 2
Grade 1
Kindergarten
Forney ISD District Goals
Goal # 1 Accountability and Learning
We will effectively deliver a rigorous and relevant curriculum using technology,
assessment data and other effective instructional strategies to engage all learners
in meaningful learning experiences.
Goal # 2 Business/Finance
In order to maximize taxpayer dollars, Forney ISD will work diligently to
ensure fiscal responsibility in all areas throughout the District.
Goal # 3 Operations
FISD will work to increase efficiency in district operations while ensuring a
safe, orderly and healthy environment to support and promote student
learning.
Goal # 4 Communications/ Community and Business Relations
Through open and timely communication, FISD will partner with parents,
community and businesses to provide the best educational opportunities for
our students.
Comprehensive Needs Assessment: Summary of Findings
Data Sources Reviewed:

TAKS Data – 2009, 2010, 2011

STAAR Data – 2012, 2013

PEIMS – Demographic & Special Programs

PEIMS – Discipline Data

RTI Student Data

AWARE

Forethought

AEIS Reports

2012-2013 Campus Improvement Plan

FISD Strategic Plan

FISD Board Goals
Area Reviewed
Summary of Strengths
What were the identified strengths?
Student Achievement *Exemplary Campus 2009 & 2010
*Recognized Campus 2011
School Culture and
Climate
*Rachel’s Challenge
*Eagle Rallies to celebrate success
*Hoo-Rhea Coupons
*Excellent Eagles Recognition
Staff Quality/
Professional
Development
*All teachers are highly qualified.
*Student-centered staff focused on
learning
Curriculum,
Instruction,
Assessment
*Utilize Forney Focus to prepare
lesson plans
*CBA’s in Forethought
*AIMSweb Screener (RTI)
*AWARE (data management)
Summary of Needs
What were the identified needs?
Priorities
What are the priorities for the campus,
including how federal and state program
funds will be used?
*Economically Disadvantaged
*Full-time Title I Teacher
Students in Math
*Tutoring by teachers
*Hispanic students in Reading & Math *Staff STAAR Training
*Continue with reinforcing good
*Bullying presentations/lessons
character and kindness
*Counselor lessons on bullying/Cyber bullying
*Staff recognition activities to
promote positive morale
*STAAR Training
*GT Training
*ELPS Training
*Gifted Training (30 hrs.)
*Forethought & AWARE Training
*Literacy training
*Forethought Training
*Forethought & AWARE Training
*AWARE Training
*Walk-throughs
*Progress Monitor targeted students *STAAR Training
*Continue with SST Meetings
*Disaggregate data / Rhea-dar Meetings
*Funding Literacy Library
*PreK-2 Framework
Comprehensive Needs Assessment: Summary of Findings
Area Reviewed
Summary of Strengths
What were the identified
strengths?
Family and
Community
Involvement
*Grade Level Programs
*Fall Festival
*Open House
*School & Teacher Webpages
*Facebook Page
School Context and
Organization
Technology
*Master Schedule conducive to
learning
*5th & 6th graders 1:1 laptops
*All rooms: projector/document
camera
*3 Neo Alpha Smarts on campus
*Numerous Promethean Boards
Summary of Needs
What were the identified needs?
Priorities
What are the priorities for the campus,
including how federal and state program
funds will be used?
*Continue seeking/exploring ways to *Establishing a Facebook Page
involve parents and community.
*Improving Communication Venues
*Parent Conferences twice per year *Continuous update of Rhea Website
*Continuous update of Parent Portal
*Utilization of School Messenger to inform
parents of events and important information
*Continue improving PLC scheduling.
*Complete putting Promethean
*Continue attaining Promethean Boards as
Boards in all classrooms.
needed
*Fully incorporate technology into
instruction through such resources as
Brain Pop, United Streaming, and
Promethean Planet.
Title I, Part A
School-wide Components:
1. A comprehensive needs assessment of the entire school(including taking into account the needs of migratory children as defined in section
1309(2)) that is based on information which includes the achievement of children in relation to the State academic content standards and the
State student academic achievement standards described in section 1111(b)(1).
2. School-wide reform strategies that provide opportunities for all children to meet the State’s proficient and advanced levels of student
academic achievement, use effective methods and instructional strategies that are based on scientifically based research, and that include
strategies to address the needs of all children in the school, but particularly the needs of low-achieving children and those at risk of not meeting
the State student academic achievement standards who are members of the target population of any program that is included in the school-wide
program.
3. Instruction by highly qualified teachers.
4. In accordance with section 1119 and subsection (a)(4), high-quality and ongoing professional development for teachers, principals, and
paraprofessionals and, if appropriate, pupil services personnel, parents, and other staff to enable all children in the school to meet the State’s
student academic achievement standards.
5. Strategies to attract high-quality teachers to high-need schools.
6. Strategies to increase parental involvement in accordance with section 1118, such as family literary services.
7. Plans for assisting preschool children in the transition from early childhood programs, such as Head Start, Even Start, Early Reading First, or a
State-run preschool program, to local elementary school programs.
8. Measures to include teachers in the decisions regarding the use of academic assessments described in section 1111(b)(3) in order to provide
information on, and to improve, the achievement of individual students and the overall instructional program.
9. Activities to ensure that students who experience difficulty mastering the proficient or advanced levels of academic achievement standards
required by section 1111(b) (1) shall be provided with effective, timely additional assistance which shall include measures to ensure that student
difficulties are identified on a timely basis and to provide sufficient information on which to base effective assistance.
10. Coordination and integration of Federal, State, and local services and programs, including programs supported under this Act, violence
prevention programs, nutrition programs, housing programs, Head Start, adult education, vocational and technical education and job training.
TITLE I
Forney ISD has written polices and procedures for the following:
 District and Campus Parent Involvement Policies,
 Parent Compacts, and
 Identification of students for Title I supplemental services.
Forney ISD students are identified and exited based on district established criteria
found in the Title I Procedures Manual.
TOTAL TITLE I
Part A funds allotted to the campus: $ 79,106
Total FTEs funded through Title I for the campus: 1
State Compensatory Education
Forney ISD has written polices and procedures for the
following:
Forney ISD students are identified and exited based on
the State of Texas Student Eligibility Criteria.
Counselors identify students at risk in
September/October of each school year based state
criteria.
Total SCE funds allotted to the campus: $ 88,674
Total FTEs funded through SCE at the campus: 3
Division of
Accountability and Learning
CURRICULUM,
INSTRUCTION
AND ASSESSMENT
STUDENT SERVICES
AND
SPECIAL PROGRAMS
SPECIAL
POPULATIONS
TECHNOLOGY
Forney ISD Division Goal 1
Accountability and Learning
We will effectively deliver a rigorous and relevant
curriculum using technology, assessment data and other
effective instructional strategies to engage all learners in
meaningful learning experiences.
Forney ISD Division Goal 1: Accountability and Learning
We will effectively deliver a rigorous and relevant curriculum using technology, assessment data and other effective instructional strategies to engage all
learners in meaningful learning experiences.
Campus Goal: Rhea Elementary School teachers and staff will plan and provide quality instruction based on the rigor of the district curriculum in order to
advance the academic progress of all students and all student groups.
Objective 1 – 90% of K-2 students will reach grade level goals on fluency and comprehension.
Objective 2 – 90% of 3-6 students will pass the STAAR assessment in all content areas.
Objective 3 - ELL students in grades 3-6 will meet system safeguard standard of 50% in Math.
No.
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
2.1
Implementation Strategies
Continue to provide interventions
in the Learning Lab, Title I
classroom and pullout settings
Analyze DRA/EDL data to
determine student reading levels
Utilize AIMSweb data to identify
at-risk students
Transition to a school-wide Title I
campus
Disaggregate data using AWARE
2.2
Engage teachers in ongoing STAAR
training
2.3
ELPS training utilized in
instruction
Staff
Responsible for
Monitoring
Resources/ Funding
Source
(Human, Materials,
Fiscal)
Title I
Targeted
Components
(Code by #)
Evaluation that
Demonstrates Success
12/13
Administrators,
Teachers,
Paraprofessionals
Administrators/
Teachers
Teachers/Counselor/
Administrators
Administrators/Title I
Teacher
Teachers/
Administrators
Administrators
Learning Lab and Title I
software programs
8
DRA/EDL Assessment
materials
AIMSweb
1, 2, 8
Title I Teachers - $48,746
3, 9, 10
Eduphoria
8
Student rosters served in
Title I program
AWARE reports
Lead4ward materials
4
Agendas
Administrators/
Teachers
ELPS teacher resources
and materials
2, 4
Lesson Plans &
Walkthroughs
8
Accomplished
Y/N/OG
6 Weeks Reports, AIMSweb
Reports, DRA/EDL Levels
Student Reading Level
Reports
At-Risk Lists
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
13/14
No.
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
Implementation Strategies
Staff
Responsible for
Monitoring
Resources/ Funding Source
(Human, Materials, Fiscal)
Analyze DCE, CBA & STAAR results
for all student groups to determine
students who need interventions
Provide enrichment activities for
GATE and higher level learners
Administrators/
Teachers
AWARE reports
Administrators/GATE
trained teacher
Purchase Scholastic Do the Math
Program and provide as an
intervention support for Tier III 3rd
Math Students
Purchase Math Reads and provide
as an intervention support for Tier
III 1st and 2nd Math Students
District Administrators
Lessons in
Forethought/GATE
coordinator
$3,820.00
District Administrators
$1,030.00
Title I
Targeted
Components
(Code by #)
1, 2, 8
2, 9
2, 9
Evaluation that Demonstrates
Success
Accomplished
Y/N/OG
12/13
ELT and After-school Tutoring
plans
Y
Lesson Plans, GATE Student
Project Showcase
Y
Student Usage and Progress
Reports
Student Usage and Progress
Reports
N/A
N/A
13/14
No.
3.1
Implementation Strategies
Academic Interventions:
• Staffing Change – Additional
intervention aide hired to work
with struggling students
• Refer students who are not
currently receiving formal
interventions to the Student
Support Team (SST)
• Math teachers will meet with
teachers from across the district
will meet regularly to discuss
math curriculum and
instructional issues
• Dual Language teachers will
meet regularly with the District
Bilingual Coordinator to address
the needs of ELL learners
Staff
Responsible for
Monitoring
Administrators/
Teachers
Resources/ Funding Source
(Human, Materials, Fiscal)
AWARE Reports, Title 1
Funds, Learning
Lab/SuccessMaker, SST
Title I
Targeted
Components
(Code by #)
2, 8, 9
Evaluation that Demonstrates
Success
Accomplished
Y/N/OG
12/13
Unit Assessments, Title 1
Reports, Learning Lab Gains
Reports, Student Performance
on Formal Classroom
Tests/Assignments
N/A
13/14
Forney ISD Division Goal 1: Accountability and Learning
We will effectively deliver a rigorous and relevant curriculum using technology, assessment data and other effective instructional strategies to engage all learners in
meaningful learning experiences.
Campus Goal: Rhea Elementary School will provide all applicable social services to students and their families within the scope of the educational setting.
Objective 1 – 100% of individuals who meet the eligibility for homeless services will be contacted and provided with needed resources for their families.
No.
1.1
1.2
Implementation Strategies
Staff
Responsible for
Monitoring
Provide homeless families with
educational services for which they
are eligible
Nurse, Counselor,
District Homeless
Liaison
Ensure that McKinney-Vento Act
posters are displayed on campus in
areas visible to the public.
Administrators
Resources/ Funding Source
(Human, Materials, Fiscal)
Supplies and services such
as free/reduced meals,
immunization information,
vision/dental referrals and
clothing.
Posters
Title I
Targeted
Components
(Code by #)
10
Evaluation that Demonstrates
Success
Accomplished
Y/N/OG
12/13
Number of homeless referrals
Y
10
Required postings checklist
Y
13/14
Division of
Business and Finance
Business
Operations
Payroll
Account Payable
Accounting
Forney ISD Division Goal 2
Business/Finance
In order to maximize taxpayer dollars, Forney ISD
will work diligently to ensure fiscal responsibility in
all areas throughout the District.
Forney ISD Division Goal 2. Business and Finance
In order to maximize taxpayer dollars, Forney ISD will work diligently to ensure fiscal responsibility in all areas throughout the District.
Campus Goal: Rhea Elementary School will be fiscally responsible while providing a positive learning environment with necessary materials and resources.
Objective 1 – Increase the amount of funding from outside sources than was obtained in the previous school year.
No.
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Implementation Strategies
Encourage teachers to apply for
local and other grants
Continue to closely monitor student
attendance and follow the district
protocol for attendance
documentation
Hold a Fall Festival to obtain
additional funds for student activity
account
Continue to communicate through
electronic means in order to reduce
printing and paper costs
Conduct needs analysis and relate
all spending to campus, mission,
vision and needs
Staff
Responsible for
Monitoring
Resources/ Funding Source
(Human, Materials, Fiscal)
Title I
Targeted
Components
(Code by #)
Evaluation that Demonstrates
Success
Accomplished
Y/N/OG
12/13
Administrators
FELF
Grant applications
Administrators, PEIMS
clerk
TEAMS
Weekly attendance reports,
attendance letters, truancy
court dockets
Administrators,
Teachers
Administrators,
Teachers, Office Staff
Administrators, Teachers,
PTO
Volunteers,
Fall
Festival Committee
School Fusion, Outlook,
School Messenger
Administrators,
Teachers
Needs analysis activity,
Campus budget, TxEIS
Y
Y
Festival profit
Y
Observation of Campus and
Teacher Websites, School
Messenger log
Purchasing/Spending Reports
Y
Y
13/14
Division of Operations
Athletics
Child
Nutrition
Human
Resources
Maintenance
and
Energy Mtg.
Fine
Arts
Safety
and
Security
Health
Services
Transportation
Forney ISD Division Goal 3
Operations
FISD will work to increase efficiency in district operations while
ensuring a safe, orderly and healthy environment to support and
promote student learning.
Forney ISD Division Goal 3: Operations
FISD will work to increase efficiency in district operations while ensuring a safe, orderly and healthy environment to promote student learning.
Campus Goal: Rhea Elementary School will provide a safe, secure, healthy and drug free environment conducive to student achievement and learning.
Objective 1 – 100% of students will participate in character education/personal safety lessons which address the following topics: anti-bullying, tobacco and alcohol
education, fire safety and drug awareness.
No.
1.1
1.2
2.2
Implementation Strategies
Integrate the Core Essentials
Character Program from Chick-Fil-A,
Project Wisdom and Rachel’s
Challenge activities into a schoolwide character education program
Maintain a safe, secure and orderly
environment through Red Ribbon
Week, Fire Safety Week, Tobacco
education, and Anti-bullying
activities
Implement activities such as
birthday recognitions, positive
bulletin boards and monthly events
to improve staff morale.
Staff
Responsible for
Monitoring
Administrators,
Teachers, Counselor
Resources/ Funding Source
(Human, Materials, Fiscal)
Core Essentials Curriculum
Title I
Targeted
Components
(Code by #)
10
Evaluation that Demonstrates
Success
Accomplished
Y/N/OG
12/13
Teacher lesson plans,
Guidance counseling plans
Y
Administrators,
Teachers, Counselor
Red Ribbon Week
materials, Campus Budget
10
Teacher lesson plans,
Guidance counseling plans
Y
Administrators
Principal’s activity account
Staff climate survey
Y
13/14
Forney ISD Division Goal 3: Operations
FISD will work to increase efficiency in district operations while ensuring a safe, orderly and healthy environment to promote student learning.
Department Goal: Health Services will promote wellness &safety with all staff & students to increase productivity and effective learning.
Objective 1 : Increase employee wellness and safety awareness.
Objective 2 : Increase student awareness of a healthy lifestyle.
Objective 3 : Standardize operations within the Health Services Department to increase the quality and efficiency of the care being provided.
No.
1.1
1.2
2.1
2.2
2.3
3.1
Implementation Strategies
Staff
Responsible for
Monitoring
Resources/ Funding Source
(Human, Materials, Fiscal)
Motivate staff to adopt a healthy
lifestyle with incentives provided by
completing a wellness program
Nurse/ CATCH
committee
CATCH materials, Wellness
program, Campus budget
Educate staff on current safety
concerns
Nurse/Administrators
Safety newsletter
Provide nursing assessments, care,
and, if needed, medical referrals
when requested by staff
Perform accurate and timely Vision,
Hearing, and Scoliosis Screenings
while making referrals as needed
Ensure up to date vaccination
records for all students
Provide age appropriate wellness
teaching (growth and development,
dental hygiene, hand washing)
Nurse
Nurse
Title I
Targeted
Components
(Code by #)
Campus budget
Screening forms
equipment
and
Nurse
Vaccination records, TEAMS
Nurse
Wellness materials, campus
budget
10
Evaluation that Demonstrates
Success
Accomplished
Y/N/OG
12/13
Increase in Wellness Program
participation and decrease in
employee absences due to
illness
Decrease in incident reports
due to injuries (decrease in
workers’ compensation)
Increase in employee
attendance (decrease in
substitute use)
Increase in student
performance with correction
of sensory deficit
100% compliance with state
reporting
Decrease in student absences
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
13/14
Forney ISD Division Goal 3: Operations
FISD will work to increase efficiency in district operations while ensuring a safe, orderly and healthy environment to promote student learning.
Department Goal: Health Services will promote wellness &safety with all staff & students to increase productivity and effective learning.
Objective 1 : Increase employee wellness and safety awareness.
Objective 2 : Increase student awareness of a healthy lifestyle.
Objective 3 : Standardize operations within the Health Services Department to increase the quality and efficiency of the care being provided.
No.
3.2
3.3
Implementation Strategies
Provide an up to date medical
problems list for all teachers
Provide the cafeteria manager with
an up to date list of student specific
food allergies
Staff
Responsible for
Monitoring
Nurse
Nurse
Resources/ Funding Source
(Human, Materials, Fiscal)
Staff Emergency
Information Form
Student Health Information
Form
Title I
Targeted
Components
(Code by #)
Evaluation that Demonstrates
Success
Accomplished
Y/N/OG
12/13
Each teacher will possess a list
in red emergency folders
Decrease in allergic reactions
Y
Y
13/14
Forney ISD Division Goal 3: Operations
FISD will work to increase efficiency in district operations while ensuring a safe, orderly and healthy environment to promote student learning.
Campus Goal: Rhea Elementary School will continue to provide exemplary instruction with highly qualified teachers and support staff.
Objective 1 – 100% of all staff members will meet the highly qualified standards
Objective 2 – 100% of Intervention Teachers & Aides will receive training on programs to support struggling learners.
No.
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Implementation Strategies
Maintain 100% HQ Status and
Retention. Include HQ status in the
criteria for screening prospective
teacher employees
Complete forms via "WebApps
roster Application" so that proposed
staffing changes can be reviewed by
HR Department to ensure HQ
standards are met.
Submit personnel recommendations
to the Human Resources Dept. prior
to communicating offers of
employment to insure HQ status is
assessed.
Communicate campus level
expectations and monitor the
activity of any teachers who are
hired prior to meeting HQ status in
order to expedite standards being
met.
Cooperate with central
administration to plan and
implement professional
development activities to ensure
teachers maintain HQ status.
Staff
Responsible for
Monitoring
Principal
Principal
Title I
Targeted
Components
(Code by #)
Resources/ Funding Source
(Human, Materials, Fiscal)
Web Apps, interview
materials, HR Staff
3
Web Apps, HR Staff
3
Evaluation that Demonstrates
Success
Accomplished
Y/N/OG
12/13
Certification status
Y
Updated employee roster
Y
Principal
Web Apps, HR Staff
3
Certification status
Y
Principal
Web Apps, HR Staff
3
Certification status
Y
Principal
Staff and Time /
Professional Development
Coordinator
3
Number of highly qualified
staff members
Y
13/14
No.
2.1
2.2
2.3
Implementation Strategies
The Title I Intervention teachers and
aides will provided professional
development in order to implement
the Do the Math Tier III
intervention program
The Title I Intervention teachers and
aides will provided professional
development in order to implement
the Math Reads Tier III intervention
program
Title I teachers will attend Creative
Mathematics (Kim Sutton)
Conference to increase math
awareness and strategies
Staff
Responsible for
Monitoring
District Administrators
District Administrators
District Administrators
Resources/ Funding Source
(Human, Materials, Fiscal)
$133.16
$133.16
$211.35
Title I
Targeted
Components
(Code by #)
2, 9
2, 9
2, 9
Evaluation that Demonstrates
Success
Accomplished
Y/N/OG
12/13
Training certificates and
student usage reports and
documentation
N/A
Training certificates and
student usage reports and
documentation
N/A
Conference Certificates
N/A
13/14
Communications/
Community and Business Relations
Forney ISD Goal 4:
Communications/Community and Business Relations
Through open and timely communication, FISD will
partner with parents, community and businesses to
provide the best educational opportunities for our
students.
Forney ISD Division Goal 4: Communications/ Community and Business Relations
Through
open and timely communication, FISD will partner with parents, community and businesses to provide the best educational opportunities for our students.
Campus Goal:
Objective 1 – 100% of Rhea Elementary School parents will receive communication through a variety methods including: campus website, electronic newsletters,
phone calls, emails, text messages, Facebook and portable marquee.
No.
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Implementation Strategies
Teachers will utilize newsletters and
class web site to communicate
classroom and campus activities
Administrators will provide
consistent communication with
parents through monthly campus
newsletters and reminders about
special events
Utilize Parent Portal to
communicate with parents
regarding grades and attendance
Partner with the Rhea PTO to
increase parent and community
involvement by providing volunteer
opportunities throughout the school
year
Hold a PTO Membership drive to
recruit additional volunteers
Staff
Responsible for
Monitoring
Teachers
Administrators
Title I
Targeted
Components
(Code by #)
Resources/ Funding Source
(Human, Materials, Fiscal)
School Fusion, Outlook
School Fusion, School
Messenger
Administrators,
Teachers
TEAMS, PEIMS Clerk
Administrators, PTO
Volunteer coordinator
Volunteer Training
Evaluation that Demonstrates
Success
Accomplished
Y/N/OG
12/13
Observation of School Fusion
web site
Y
Electronic copies of
newsletters, School
Messenger log
Y
Confirmation of posted grades
Y
6
Parent Volunteer logs
Y
Administrators, PTO
Volunteer
Coordinators
PTO membership
application
6
Completed PTO membership
applications, Parent Volunteer
logs
Y
13/14
No.
1.6
1.7
Implementation Strategies
The Home-School Connection
Monthly newsletters will be
purchased and distributed to
support parents on fostering school
success, improving parenting skills,
strengthening family live, building
positive character traits and
strengthening the home/school
partnership.
FISD will provide English or Spanish
as a Second Language Training for
our parents, as well as parenting
and teaching tips to enable them to
have meaningful opportunities to
participate in their children’s
education (i.e. parent conferences,
homework help and volunteering).
Staff
Responsible for
Monitoring
District Administrators
Resources/ Funding Source
(Human, Materials, Fiscal)
$147.00
Title I
Targeted
Components
(Code by #)
4, 6
Evaluation that Demonstrates
Success
Accomplished
Y/N/OG
12/13
Title I meeting attendance,
Feedback from parents,
Parent survey, Volunteer
documentation
N/A
District Administrators
$2,203.33
4, 6
Training attendance
documentation, Campus
volunteer training attendance,
Parent/Teacher conference
documentation
N/A
13/14

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