2016-2017 Title I Parent Information Meeting Presentation
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Lauderdale County High School ACIP (Alabama Continuous Improvement Plan)
Title I LEA Plan 2016-2017
Title I LEA Plan 2015-2016
LEA Parental Involvement Plan 2016-2017
LEA Parental Involvement Plan 2015-2016
Parents Right to Know
Parents Right to Know (Spanish)
Admission Policy for Homeless, Migrant, Immigrant, and EL Students 2015-2016
Lauderdale County Homeless Policy and Procedures
Lauderdale County EL Plan_2016_2017
Parent Survey 2015
Parent Survey Results May 2015
Annual Parent Evaluation Plan 2015
FY16 School Improvement Program Evaluation
The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 requires that each Title I School inform parents of the following:
- Your school's participation in Title I
- Requirements of Title I
- Your rights as parents to be involved
L.C.H.S. is a Schoolwide Title I School. In Schoolwide, all students and teachers may utilize any books, materials, software, etc. which are purchased with Title I funds.
Since L.C.H.S. is a Title I school, it means receiving federal funding (Title I dollars) to supplement the school's existing programs and parental involvement/parents' rights.
Any LEA with Title I Allocation exceeding $500,000 is required by law to set aside 1% of its Title I Allocation for parental involvement. Of that 1%, 5% may be reserved at the LEA for system-wide initiatives related to parental involvement. The remaining 95% must be allocated to all Title I schools in the LEA. Therefore, each Title I school receives its portion of the 95% to implement school-level parental involvement.
The LEA Title I Plan addresses how the LEA will use Title I funds throughout the school system. The Plan also addresses the implementation of the parental involvement requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. Evaluation of the Plan is conducted annually.
The CIP is our school's Continuous Improvement Plan. It addresses L.C.H.S.'s implementation of the parental involvement requirements of the NCLB Act of 2001.
The School-Parent Compact is a commitment from the school, the parent, and the student to share in the responsibility for improved academic achievement.
You may request the qualification of your child's teachers at either the school office or the County Board of Education. L.C.H.S. teachers are all Highly Qualified.
Any ideas, suggestions, or comments may be given to the Parent Advisory Committee throughout the year. The Parent Advisory Committee for L.C.H.S consists of the following members:
Judy Williams - Chairperson
Thank you for working with us to help your child achieve academic excellence.
Title I Teachers