Title I Part A, Basic
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What does the district office provide?

  • High-quality scientific research-based programs/service
  • High quality curriculum
  • Highly Qualified Teachers and Paraprofessionals
  • Staff Development and training for teachers and administrators

 

What Parents Can Do?

 Participate in Workshops (i.e. October Tuesdays, Parent and Community Workshops), PTO and SAC meetings

  • Volunteer and participate in Parent involvement activities
  • Participate in the development of the School Improvement and Parent Involvement Plans
  • Read to your child and work on homework together

 

 

Title I Parent Resource Centers

 

Helping teachers, parents and students with resources and information for a better future!

 

 

The Title I Parent Resource Center is located in the 1100 building of Madison County Central School directly across from the Band Room. Resources are available to parents and teachers in all grade levels. Please stop in or contact Linton Hart at 850-973-5886 for further information.

 

Hours of operation are:

Monday through Friday 8:30-3:30

 

 

 

Title I Newsletter

Pursuant to No Child Left Behind Act, Title I, Section 1118(e)(5) and 1118(f), the monthly newsletter provides information to parents to assist in building capacity for involvement of parents and to support a partnership among the school, parents, and the community to improve student achievement in both English and Spanish.

 

Title I Newsletters - English

 

Conforme a Que Ningún Niño Se Quede Atrás, Título I, Sección 1118 (e) (5) y 1118 (f), el boletín mensual provee información para ayudar en la creación de capacidad para la participación de los padres y para apoyar una asociación entre la escuela, los padres, y la comunidad para mejorar el rendimiento de los estudiantes, tanto en Inglés y Español.

 

Title I Newsletters - Spanish