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Beaufort County

PARENTS’ RIGHT-TO-KNOW

TITLE I Schools

Parents will be informed of their child’s level of achievement in each of the State

BEAUFORT ELEMENTARY Principal – Jennifer Morillo 843-322-2600

BROAD RIVER ELEMENTARY

academic assessments.

paraprofessional by contacting your local school, or the District’s Human Resource office.

843-322-8400

school or through the SC State Department of

843-466-3400

SHELL POINT ELEMENTARY Principal – Mary Ellen Parks 843– 322-2800

ST HELENA ELEMENTARY/ELC Principal – Kay Keeler 843-838-6900

WHALE BRANCH ELEMENTARY/DAVIS ELC

Education’s website at:

www.scteachers.org

WHALE BRANCH MIDDLE Principal– Mona Lise Dickson 843-466-3000

TITLE I Parent Information

Under “View Certification Status” select “HQ Teachers”, “Parents’ Right to Know” and “Educator Qualification Search”. You may then search by location, or name.

Be involved, it matters! Studies have found that students with involved parents, no matter what their income or background are more likely to earn higher grades, attend school regularly and graduate high school. You can help your child succeed by volunteering in school, helping with homework assignments, reading with you child and talking with your child’s teacher.

Principal - Don Doggett 843-466-1000 / 843-466-3600

Beaufort, South Carolina

fessional qualifications of classroom teachers and

Staff information can be obtained through your

Principal – Mark Mansell

SCHOOL DISTRICT

Parents may request information regarding pro-

Principal – Constance Goodwine-Lewis

JOSEPH S. SHANKLIN ELEMENTARY

BEAUFORT COUNTY

Roy Stehle Beaufort County School District

Director of Special Revenue Projects

1300 King St.

(843) 322-2332

Beaufort, South Carolina 29902

Colleen Wainwright

(843) 322-2300 (main switchboard)

Title I Parent Involvement

(800) 763-1875 (toll-free)

(843) 342-4277

(843) 322-2371 (fax)


WHAT IS TITLE I ? The purpose of TITLE I is to ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach, at a minimum, proficiency on State academic achievement standards and state academic assessments. TITLE I is the is the largest federal education program and provides financial assistance to eligible schools. The goal of TITLE I is to provide instructional services and activities to meet the needs of disadvantaged children identified as failing, or most at risk of failing the state’s challenging performance standards.

What will TITLE I do for my child? TITLE I will provide your child with extra educational assistance beyond the regular classroom.

What will TITLE I mean to parents? TITLE I will provide opportunities for parent involvement, including family literacy and parenting skills. Materials and training will be offered to assist parents in working with their children to increase academic achievement.

PARENT INVOLVEMENT/ SHARED RESPONSIBILITIES Parent Involvement is an important aspect of TITLE I. As a parent, you can influence your child’s success in school. We encourage you to be actively involved in your child’s education and assist in your child’s learning. As parents, you are partners in your child’s education.

TO IMPROVE THE ACHIEVEMENT OF NEEDY STUDENTS? Additional teachers and aids that reduce class size Opportunities for professional development for school staff

Serve as a role model, show your child that you

A variety of supplemental teaching methods

support his/her education.

Individualized programs for students

The Parent Involvement Policy for the Beau-

Additional teaching materials which supple-

fort County School District was jointly developed with parental participation to meet the No

Child Left Behind Act and to meet the combined needs of parents, students, and schools. The Policy is distributed to all parents of

ment regular instruction Computer labs Pre-kindergarten programs

TITLE I students. Each TITLE I school has a

Parent involvement and family literacy ac-

unique parent policy that is supplemental to the

tivities

district policy. For copies of those policies, contact your school. Each TITLE I school will develop a SchoolParent Compact. This written agreement is between the school and a parent and will identify activities that the parent, the entire school staff, and the student will undertake to build and develop a partnership that will help children achieve high academic standards. You

It is the intention of the BCSD to provide op-

can help by monitoring your

portunities for participation of parents with

child’s attendance, making sure

limited English proficiency or with disabilities

homework is complete, attend

and parents of migratory children. If special

parent/teacher conferences and

translation is needed, please contact your

volunteer at school.

principal.

HOW DO WE USE TITLE I FUNDS

You can make a difference!

You can become more involved with your child’s education by: Joining your child’s PTA Supporting school extra-curricular activities Volunteering at your child’s school Keep your child’s teacher informed about events in your child’s life which may affect his/her performance at school Attend parent-teacher conferences Communicate with your child’s teacher regularly by phone, or notes


What is Title 1  

What is Title 1?