2020 2021 Title I Annual Meeting OSCEOLA HIGH

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2020 -2021 Title I Annual Meeting OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL We are a Grade C

2020 -2021 Title I Annual Meeting OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL We are a Grade C School Osceola County S C H O O L D I S T R I C T We’re here to make GOOD THINGS happen for other people.

What is Title I? Ø Title I is the largest federal assistance program for

What is Title I? Ø Title I is the largest federal assistance program for our nation’s schools. Ø The goal of Title I is a higher quality of education for every child. Ø The funds are given to the Local Education Agency (LEA), which is the District, to be dispersed to the schools. Ø Osceola High School is a Title I school because more than 70% of the students meet poverty requirements. We’re here to make GOOD THINGS happen for other people. Osceola County S C H O O L D I S T R I C T

How do we use our Title I funds? Being a Title I school means

How do we use our Title I funds? Being a Title I school means receiving federal funding (Title I dollars) to supplement the school’s existing programs. At our school we are using Title I funds to: Ø Increase student achievement Ø Add academic coaches to our How do westaff use our Title I Ø Add paraprofessionals to assist your children funds? Ø Purchase classroom materials and supplies Ø Provide tutoring Ø Offer extra professional development for our teachers Ø Purchase software and technology equipment Ø Conduct parental Informational meetings/trainings/activities Osceola County We’re here to make GOOD

What is the 1% set-aside and how are parents involved? ØThe Title I Allocation

What is the 1% set-aside and how are parents involved? ØThe Title I Allocation for The School District of Osceola County for 2020 -2021 is $17, 936, 238. The law states we have to set aside 1% for parental involvement. Ø 90% of that amount must be allocated to all Title I schools in the District to implement school-level parental involvement. Our school received $6, 441. 24. ØThe School District of Osceola County, will use the remaining 10% for family engagement, as well as parent events and training. ØYou, as Title I parents, have the right and are encouraged to be involved in how this money is spent at the LEA and school level. Osceola County S C H O O L D I S T R I C T We’re here to make GOOD THINGS happen for other people.

Input on spending Title I Parent Involvement Funds ØTo use funds for Parent Involvement

Input on spending Title I Parent Involvement Funds ØTo use funds for Parent Involvement must meet the following criteria: 1. Educate the parents on Title I 2. Be educationally based (language arts, math or science) 3. Have educational interaction between the parent and student. ØPlease provide suggestions on ways you think the Title I Parent Involvement Funds should be used at our school. Osceola County S C H O O L D I S T R I C T We’re here to make GOOD THINGS happen for other people.

What is the LEA Title I Plan? ØThe LEA Title I Plan is the

What is the LEA Title I Plan? ØThe LEA Title I Plan is the annual update on district strategic initiatives and includes the LEA Title I Parent and Family Engagement Plan. Ø Some items included are: Student academic assessments Staff Qualifications and Professional Development Parental Involvement Strategies, including the LEA Parent and Family Engagement Plan School Improvement ØYou, as a Title I Parent, have the right to be involved in the development of the LEA Title I Plan and the LEA Parent and Family Engagement Plan. Osceola County S C H O O L D I S T R I C T We’re here to make GOOD THINGS happen for other people.

What is a School-Wide Plan? ØEach school receiving Title I funds must have a

What is a School-Wide Plan? ØEach school receiving Title I funds must have a plan. ØThe school-wide plan components are included in the school improvement plan. ØYou, as Title I parents, have the right to be involved in the development of Osceola High School Improvement Plan. Osceola County S C H O O L D I S T R I C T We’re here to make GOOD THINGS happen for other people.

School Improvement Planning ØOur school has identified the following areas of focus for 2020

School Improvement Planning ØOur school has identified the following areas of focus for 2020 -2021: 1. Ensure high levels of learning for all students in literacy, math, and biology. 2. Well-implemented programs designed to foster SEL are associated with positive outcomes, ranging from better test scores and higher graduation rates to improved social behavior. Please visit our monthly School Advisory Committee (SAC) meetings, where we discuss our progress and how we can raise achievement. We’re here to make GOOD THINGS happen for other people. Osceola County S C H O O L D I S T R I C T

What is the Parent and Family Engagement Plan? ØThe LEA and each Title I

What is the Parent and Family Engagement Plan? ØThe LEA and each Title I school creates a Parent and Family Engagement Plan (PFEP) ØThis PFEP explains how the parental involvement requirements of the Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015 (ESSA) will be implemented at both the District and School levels. ØIt includes… ― Expectations for parents ― How parents will be involved in decision-making ― How the LEA and schools will work to build the schools’ and parents’ capacity for strong parent and family engagement to improve student academic achievement ØYou, as Title I Parents, have a right to be involved in the development of the School and District Parent and Family Engagement plans. Osceola County S C H O O L D I S T R I C T We’re here to make GOOD THINGS happen for other people.

How is the evaluation of the Parent and Family Engagement Plan conducted? § Evaluation

How is the evaluation of the Parent and Family Engagement Plan conducted? § Evaluation Requirements Ø Conduct annually with Title I parents § Parent Survey (Required) § Focus Groups § Parent Advisory Committees Ø Analyze Content and Effectiveness of the current plan Ø Identify Barriers to parental involvement Ø Data/Input may include… § Process and Timeline § How the evaluation helps create next year’s plan Osceola County S C H O O L D I S T R I C T We’re here to make GOOD THINGS happen for other people.

What is the School-Parent Compact? ØThe compact is a commitment from the school, the

What is the School-Parent Compact? ØThe compact is a commitment from the school, the parent, and the student to share in the responsibility for improved academic achievement. ØYou, as Title I Parents, have a right to be involved in the development of the School-Parent Compact. Osceola County S C H O O L D I S T R I C T We’re here to make GOOD THINGS happen for other people.

What are the Standards my child is expected to achieve? State of Florida adopted

What are the Standards my child is expected to achieve? State of Florida adopted the Mathematics Florida Standards (MAFS) and Language Arts Florida Standards (LAFS) ØThe MAFS and LAFS provide clear educational standards, while allowing local districts and schools the flexibility needed to deliver quality instruction in the classroom. ØThe standards, which are not to be confused with curriculum or instruction, are designed to ensure all students, regardless of demographics, graduate high school prepared to enter college or the workforce. ØThe standards are internationally benchmarked and provide our students with an edge in the global jobs market by ensuring mastery of knowledge and skills needed to perform today's high-skill, high-wage occupations. We’re here to make GOOD THINGS happen for other people. Osceola County S C H O O L D I S T R I C T

What is my child learning? SUBJECT PUBLISHER TEXTBOOK Reading Houghton Mifflin Harcourt HMH Collections

What is my child learning? SUBJECT PUBLISHER TEXTBOOK Reading Houghton Mifflin Harcourt HMH Collections Math Pearson Education en. Vision Florida Mathematics Social Studies Science Mc. Graw-Hill School Discovery Education 2018 Florida Edition Science Textbook for Florida Osceola County S C H O O L D I S T R I C T We’re here to make GOOD THINGS happen for other people.

Subject Publisher Title English and Language Arts Houghton/Harcourt HMH Collections Pearson en. Vision Middle

Subject Publisher Title English and Language Arts Houghton/Harcourt HMH Collections Pearson en. Vision Middle School Mathematics Algebra I Honors Math Nation Algebra I Geometry Honors Math Nation Geometry Pre-Algebra Pearson en. Vision Pre-Algebra Science Discovery Education Life, Earth, Physical Science Biology Honors (HS Credit) Mc. Graw-Hill Education Biology, 2019 Florida Edition 6 -8 Mathematics How do we use our Title I funds? World History: Discovering Our Past: A History of the World – Early Ages Social Studies Mc. Graw Hill US History: Discovering Our Past: A History of the United States – Early Years Civics & Economics: Civics: Economics and Geography What is my child learning? We’re here to make GOOD THINGS happen for other people. Osceola County S C H O O L D I S T R I C T

The What is my child learning? SUBJECT PUBLISHER TEXTBOOK Math for College Readiness Glencoe

The What is my child learning? SUBJECT PUBLISHER TEXTBOOK Math for College Readiness Glencoe Mc. Graw Hill Intermediate Algebra Liberal Arts Walch Publishing Algebra I Math Nation Florida Liberal Arts Mathematics Algebra I-Honors Math Nation Algebra II -Honors Math Nation Algebra II Geometry Math Nation Geometry - Honors Math Nation Geometry We’re here to make GOOD THINGS happen for other people. Osceola County S C H O O L D I S T R I C T

What is my child learning? Osceola County S C H O O L D

What is my child learning? Osceola County S C H O O L D I S T R I C T SUBJECT PUBLISHER TEXTBOOK Trigonometry/Analytical Geometry Glencoe Pre-Calculus Prentice Hall AP Calculus Pearson AP Statistic Pearson English I-IV World and U. S. History Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Mc. Graw Hill Economics and US Government Mc. Graw Hill Biology I Honors Mc. Graw Hill Pre-Calculus: Graphical, Numerical, Algebraic Calculus, 2018 AP Edition Stats Modeling The World, 2019/5 th AP Edition Collections, 2015 Florida Edition World History and Geography United States History and Geography: Modern Times Understanding Economics United States Government: Our Democracy Biology, 2019 Florida Edition AP Biology Pearson Campbell Biology, 11 th 2018 AP Edition Chemistry Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Florida Modern Chemistry, 2019 Edition Chemistry Honors Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Florida Modern Chemistry. 2019 Edition AP Chemistry Environmental Science Pearson Houghton Mifflin Harcourt The Central Science, AP Edition Environmental Science, 2013 Edition AP Environmental Science Bedford Freeman and Worth Environmental Science for AP Physics/ Physics Honors Anatomy & Physiology/Honors Marine Science/Honors Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Florida Physics, 2019 Edition Hole’s Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology, 2018 Ed Marine Science, 2018 FL Ed Mc. Graw-Hill Education We’re here to make GOOD THINGS happen for other people.

How are you evaluating my child’s achievement? ØEntry/Exit Placement tests for ESOL ØFL Kindergarten

How are you evaluating my child’s achievement? ØEntry/Exit Placement tests for ESOL ØFL Kindergarten Readiness Screener (FLKRS) Elementary ØReading Assessments: FLKRS – Kindergarten, NSGRA – K-5, DIBELS – K-5 and 6 -8, NWEA – K-8, Achieve – All 6 -8 and IR (Intensive Reading) only 9 -12 ØMath Assessments: NWEA – K-10, Success Maker – K-8 (Tier 2 & 3 students) ØEnd of year assessments for all courses (grades K-12) ØBaseline/Mid Year/End of Year for Math, Science & Social Studies ØFlorida Standards Assessments (Grades 3 -10) ØStanford Achievement Test (SAT 10) Grade 3 only ØNext Generation Sunshine State Standards (NGSSS) FCAT 2. 0 Science Assessment: Grades 5 & 8 Osceola County S C H O O L D I S T R I C T We’re here to make GOOD THINGS happen for other people.

How do I request the qualifications of my child’s teachers? ØAs Title I Parents,

How do I request the qualifications of my child’s teachers? ØAs Title I Parents, you, have the right to request the qualifications of your child’s teachers. • The Title I Information booklet explains your rights. ØTo request qualifications • Request, in writing, from the principal • Access the information at http: //www. fldoe. org/edcert/public. asp ØEvery Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) – four week notice • Our school presently has 146 state certified teachers • 15 teachers who are teaching “out of field” • Information sent home twice a year Osceola County S C H O O L D I S T R I C T We’re here to make GOOD THINGS happen for other people.

What are my rights as a Title I Parent? You have the right to:

What are my rights as a Title I Parent? You have the right to: ØHave an opportunity to schedule regular meetings to make suggestions and participate, as appropriate, in decisions relating to your child's education ØYou can expect a response to any suggestions in a timely manner. ØSubmit comments on the school-wide plan as soon as it is made available to the LEA, if the plan is not satisfactory to you ØBe involved in how this money is spent at the LEA and school level. ØBe involved in the development of the LEA Title I Plan ØBe involved in the development and review of the School and District Parent and Family Engagement Plans. ØBe involved in the development of the school-parent compact. ØBe involved in the development of the school improvement plan. ØRequest the qualifications of your child’s teachers. We’re here to make GOOD THINGS happen for other people. Osceola County S C H O O L D I S T R I C T

How can I become involved? Ø School Level ―Listen for automated calls from the

How can I become involved? Ø School Level ―Listen for automated calls from the School ―Watch for flyers/invitations to come home ―Attend SAC meetings ―Attend PTO meetings Ø District Level ―Listen for automated calls from the District ―Watch for flyers/invitations to come home ―Attend PAC meetings Osceola County S C H O O L D I S T R I C T We’re here to make GOOD THINGS happen for other people.

Who are the parent leaders at my school? Name Phone Bronsky Bryant (407) 518

Who are the parent leaders at my school? Name Phone Bronsky Bryant (407) 518 -5400 Lisa-Renée Gilford (407) 518 -5400 E-mail address Bronsky. [email protected] net Lisarenee. [email protected] net School Osceola County S C H O O L D I S T R I C T We’re here to make GOOD THINGS happen for other people.

We’re here to make GOOD THINGS happen for other people. Que stio ns? Osceola

We’re here to make GOOD THINGS happen for other people. Que stio ns? Osceola County S C H O O L D I S T R I C T