Title One: Reading Support
Title I is designed to help students served by the program achieve proficiency on state academic reading achievement standards. The goal of Title I is to ensure a high-quality education for every child, by providing extra help to students who need it most. This program utilizes highly qualified staff who implement instructional strategies based on scientifically based research.
Title I has three primary objectives:
- to improve student achievement for all participating children
- to improve staff development
- to improve parental and community involvement.
Enfield & Erdenheim Schools School District of Springfield Township Title One Policy
Enfield and Erdenheim Elementary Schools welcome the participation of parents in support of student learning. Parent involvement is recognized as a key to increased student success. The following policy has been developed to build and encourage an effective partnership between home and school.
Consistent and effective communication can be achieved through the following avenues:
- Back to School Night
- Title-One Parent Information Night
- Conferences at school
- Email / phone
- Progress Reports
The Home-School Compact, designed by parents and faculty, confirms the shared responsibility for improved student learning.
Parent concerns and suggestions will be reviewed and considered during Title One planning and development. Parents of children enrolled in the Title I Program will be surveyed for their feedback twice annually.
Opportunities for Involvement & Volunteering
Parents are encouraged to participate and volunteer in school activities, including, but not limited to:
- Reading with small groups or individual students
- Joining school committees and assemblies
- Participating in school programs and projects
- Attending trainings and workshops
If you are interested in learning more about our Title 1 program, please contact our School Reading Specialists.