SAISD Private Non-Public Schools Title I, Title II, and

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Transcript SAISD Private Non-Public Schools Title I, Title II, and

SAISD Federal Programs
May 3, 2012
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SAISD Federal Program Staff include:
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Barbara Rodriguez, Senior Director
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Victor Carreon, Migrant Coordinator
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Kay Lair, Compliance Monitor
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Brenda Sonnen, Compliance Coordinator
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Kish Russell, Compliance Coordinator
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 Phone:210-554-8320
 Office
location: Federal Programs
141 Lavaca Street
San Antonio, TX 78210
 Office
hours: 8:00 am to 4:30 PM
Monday-Friday
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Identify students who qualify for Title I services:
1. Criteria for funding is based on:
 Parent income survey
 TANF, Medicaid, etc.
Criteria for service is based on:
 Students failing math or reading, or
 At-risk of failing math or reading
 Residency
2. Referral forms are available and a referral may be made by a
 Parent
 Teacher
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3.
Students are ranked using a process that
will be provided to the schools in August
 The qualifying students are ranked by
educational need
 Those students in greatest need must be served
first
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Services for Title I students are provided by the
Cooperative through Region 20 in reading and math
One year planning is required prior to the
implementation of services
Scientifically-based research must be utilized when
planning the program
Assessments for student progress are monitored
Strategies must be used to increase parent
involvement
Annual evaluation of program effectiveness
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Title I funds are expended to implement academic research based
programs that help students improve their academic achievement in
the regular private school classrooms in reading and mathematics.
Examples of Title I program expenditures for Title I students can
include the following:
 Books, materials, and equipment necessary to implement the
Title I program (which must be properly tagged):
 Extended-day services;
 Summer programs;
 Saturday programs;
 Tutoring;
 Computers and software products; and
 Space designated for Title I services
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The services and materials purchased by federal
funds are for the benefit of participating private
school students and teachers and must be secular,
neutral, and non-ideological
The control of the funds and the title to any
equipment and materials purchased with these funds
must remain with the LEA
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I.
Participation requirements include 4 Consultations
per year. The following topics must be discussed
during the ongoing consultation process:
Data sources to be used to identify children’s needs;
Services to be offered;
How, where, and by whom services will be provided;
How services will be academically assessed and how
results will be used to improve services;
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Consultation topics continued:
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The size and scope of the equitable services to be
provided to the eligible private school children, and
the proportion of funds that is allocated for such
services;
The method or sources of data used to determine
the number of children from low-income families
in participating school attendance areas who attend
private schools;
The delivery of services to private school children;
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Consultation topics continued:
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The needs of private school teachers who teach
Title I students and the professional development
program that will be designed to meet their
needs;
The needs of families of Title I children and the
family involvement program that will be designed
to meet their needs; and
Complaint process
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II.
Participation in Title I committee meetings with the
committee made up of a public school
representative and private school members
including school administrators, teachers, and a
parent representative.
Quarterly meetings are held to discuss:
program coordination,
service and implementation,
student progress and student achievement,
CNA and CIP development based on student needs
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III.
Each school shall conduct activities, as
appropriate, to ensure:
effective involvement of parents
support of a partnership with parents and
community
improvement of student academic achievement
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Purpose of the Teacher Survey is to determine the
types of Title I programs that will be provided next
Year.
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School principal will collect the completed forms
Kish Russell and the principal will review the
surveys pal
All surveys will be forwarded to Federal Programs
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The schools will complete an annual evaluation
for Title I, Part A and Title II, Part A and will use
the findings to modify, discontinue, or maintain
the program
Kish Russell will be available for support
The evaluations must be submitted to
Kish Russell in Federal Programs by May 18
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Professional Learning
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The Professional Learning Statement (PLS) must be
completed and approved prior to registration
The PLS paperwork must be submitted to Federal
Programs one week prior to the start of any session
Use the revised PLS form dated February 2012
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The school must conduct a needs assessment
focusing on the professional development needs of
staff
Schools must select from the approved vendors
Professional learning opportunities are also
available for teachers who serve Migrant and
Bilingual students
Professional development activities using Title funds
cannot include religious content
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The Notice of Intent to Participate needs to be
signed and returned by May 18, 2012 to Kish
Russell in Federal Programs
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Send via email to [email protected], or
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Fax to 210-299-5640
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The principals will provide Federal Programs with
a 2012-2013 school calendar so that
Consultation and meeting dates can be
scheduled
SAISD will submit a draft calendar to the schools
at the August meeting for their review
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Title I Services to Eligible Private School Students
Guidance
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• www.ed.gov/programs/titleiparta.psguidance.doc
Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Title 34, Part 200,
Title I, Improving the Academic Achievement of the
Disadvantaged
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www.ed.gov/legislation/FedRegister/finrul/2003-4/120903a.html
 The Elementary and Secondary Education Act as
reauthorized by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001
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http://ed.gov/policy/elsec/leg/esea02
U.S. Department of Education
400 Maryland Ave., S. W.
Washington, D. C. 20202
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www.ed.gov
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