The Title I Reading Improvement Program is a federally funded project that provides supplemental reading instruction to eligible students beyond what is provided in the classroom. Title I offers support to eligible children in the primary grades K-3rd. Specific and direct supplemental reading instruction in the skill areas of phonics, vocabulary, and comprehension is offered to students in small group settings. Reading specialists work directly with students to strengthen their reading skills and support children as they become proficient independent readers. Reading progress is sent home to parents/guardians weekly! Parents/guardians are encouraged to become involved in the design of the building level Title I Parent Involvement Policy/Plan, School-Home compact, and working together with reading specialists to plan parent involvement opportunities throughout the year. The goal in Title I is to promote positive communication between the home and school and offer plenty of training opportunities.
Title I also offers free resources to all families involved. Check out our Parent Resource Center in the video below!
"Raising Readers Parent Workshops"
November 6th - "Wonder of Words" - learn how to "tap out" and help your child read words at home using the same language we use here at school!
- If you missed it, check out the "Fundations Daily Practice" paper below under "Parent Documents"
November 15th - "An App for that?" - learn all the free apps you can download on your phone or i -pad as well as free websites to use on your computer!
- If you missed it, check out the "Reading Websites/Apps" paper below under "Parent Documents"
*Free food, games, and books for all who come! Come and spend an hour with your child learning new reading strategies and have fun with reading :-) *
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