Annual Title I Meeting
Learn about Title I and how it benefits our school and your child!
Learn about Title I and how it benefits our school and your child!To go over the presentation in English: Add files here: Agenda/Power Point/Evaluation
Please complete this survey: https://tinyurl.com/y48fz9pp We value your opinion
¡Conozca nuestro programa de Título I y cómo beneficia a nuestra escuela y a su hijo!
Para ver la presentación en español: Add spanish files here: Agenda/Power Point/Evaluation
Por favor complete esta encuesta: https://tinyurl.com/y48fz9pp ¡Valoramos su opinión!
District Mission Statement
District and school-based Title I Parent Involvement Programs in Polk County will strive to build RELATIONSHIPS to create real family engagement for every child, every family, every teacher, every day. To provide high quality education for all students.
Title I Parent Overview
The goal of Title I is to improve student achievement through effective instruction, professional development, and family involvement. Parent involvement means the participation of parents in regular, two-way, and meaningful communication involving student academic learning and other school activities. The purpose of a Schoolwide Improvement Plan (SIP) is to develop a plan with school staff and leaders to help improve the academic achievement. For a copy of the SIP, please email or call the school. A paper copy is available in the front office or you can visit https://www.floridacims.org/. Additional information can be found in the School Improvement Plan (SIP).
Haines City High School Parent Compact
A school-parent compact is a written agreement between the school and the parents of children participating in Title I, Part A programs that identifies the activities that the parents, the entire school staff, and the students will undertake to share the responsibility for improved student academic achievement. This agreement is developed with input from parents, community members and school staff. At elementary Title I schools, the compact is discussed during family/teacher conferences. All Title I schools have copies of the compact in their front office, as well as translated versions. For a copy of the school compact, please email or call the school. English / Spanish / Haitian Creole (PDFs)
Haines City High School Parent & Family Engagement Plan (PFEP)
The Haines City High School Parent & Family Engagement Plan (PFEP) explains what Haines City High School will do to assist parents in becoming more engaged in their student’s education as required by the Title I program. Parental involvement means the participation of parents in regular, two-way, and meaningful communication involving student academic learning and other school activities. English / Spanish / Haitian Creole (PDFs)
District Title I Parent & Family Engagement Plan (PFEP)
The District Title I Parent & Family Engagement Plan (PFEP) is information regarding the Title I program at the district level. Take time to review it and use it as a reference for questions you may have about the Title I program at the district. All Title I schools have copies of the Parent and Family Engagement Plans (PFEPs) in their front office, as well as translated versions. For a copy of the school PFEP or district PFEP, please email or call the school. All Title I schools have copies of the Parent and Family Engagement Plans (PFEPs) in their front office, as well as translated versions. For a copy of the school PFEP or district PFEP, please email or call the school. English / Spanish / Haitian Creole (PDFs)
Title I provides newsletters for parents, students, and teachers with information on how to become more involved with each child’s education. These newsletters are from The Parent Institute and Resources for Educators. Additional information can be found on the Polk County Schools Title I home page.
Polk County Public Schools
Right to Know Letter
The federal law defines a Highly Qualified teacher as one who is: fully certified and/or licensed by the state; holds at least a bachelor’s degree from a four-year institution; and demonstrates competence in each core academic subject area the teacher is assigned to teach. The PCSB provides support for this teacher through the development of a plan to complete these requirements by the end of the school year. Polk County School District must inform parents attending a Title I school of their right to request information about the professional qualifications of both the teachers and the paraprofessionals who teach and work with their children. Additional information is found in the Right to Know Letter. English / Spanish / Haitian Creole (PDFs)
Get Involved! (Volunteer Information)
Whether they’re assisting in classrooms, mentoring children on a one-on-one basis, or lending their time and efforts to district-wide initiatives, volunteers play a vital role in Polk County Public Schools’ mission of delivering a high-quality education to every student. https://polkschoolsfl.com/getinvolved/
We Need Your Feedback!
Please complete this survey in your language of preference.
Title I Stakeholder Survey (2021-2022)
Please complete the survey below. Title I funds are used to support a variety of programs in our district and we would like your input, as we plan for the upcoming year.
Encuesta a todas las partes interesadas de Título I (2021-2022)
Favor de completar la encuesta a continuación. Los fondos de Título I se utilizan para apoyar una variedad de programas en nuestro distrito y nos gustaría su opinión, ya que estamos planificando para el próximo año.
Sondaj (2021-2022) Manm Angaje Title I
Tanpri konplete sondaj anba-a. Fon Lajan Title I yo sèvi pou sipòte divès kalite program nan distri nou-an e nou ta vle jwenn sijesyon w, pandan n ap planifye pou prochen ane akademik la.