Title I

Title I Spring Meeting
Title I Spring Meeting Flyer
Title I Spring Meeting Scavenger Hunt
Title I Spring Meeting Parent Response Sheet
Title I Spring Meeting Parent School Compact
Title I Spring Meeting Parent Involvement Policy
Title I Spring Meeting Presentation Slides
Title I Spring Meeting Recording

Helping Your Child With Reading 2021
Helping Your Child With Reading Meeting Invitation

Helping Your Child with Reading Scavenger Hunt

Helping Your Child with Reading Parent Response

Helping Your Child with Reading Power Point

Helping Your Child with Reading Recorded Meeting

Veteran's Day Program 2020
Veteran's Day Program 2020

Title I Meeting Rescheduled
Title I Meeting Invitation- Rescheduled 
Title I Meeting Invitation
Title I Meeting Scavenger Hunt
Title I Meeting Parent Feedback Form
Title I Meeting Slideshow
Title I Meeting Recording

Essential Title I Docs
Click links below for more Title I information for the 2020-2021 school year. 
If you would like to be contacted about Title I events, please fill out the bottom portion of the Parent Involvement form.
All parents are encouraged to read the Title I Compact and suggest edits.
Documents can be returned to school or emailed to [email protected]

2020-2021 Spring Parent Survey
School-Parent Compact Letter (Final Version)
School-Parent Compact (Final Version)
School-Parent Compact Letter (Draft Version)
School- Parent Compact (Draft Version)
Parents' Right to Know 
2020-2021  School Improvement Committee Members
2020-2021 Fall Parent Survey Results
 Title 1 Parent Survey Letter 
Title I Parent Survey
Parent Involvement
2019 School Report Card
Supplemental Education Service Information
List of Providers
Supplemental Educational Statistics

Resources for parents
New Parent Resources!
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10 Ways to get Involved in Your Child's Education
Talking to Your Child about the Importance of Good Attendance
Conversando con su Hijo sobre la Importancia de la Buena Asistencia
10 Tips for Positive Parenting
10 Consejos para Crianza Positiva de los Hijos
10 Ways to Build Your Child's Good Character
As a Parent, you are Your Child's First Teacher
Un Padre o Madre es el Primer Maestro del Ni ño
10 Ways to Raise a Reader
10 Maneras de Criar un Lector
10 Ways to get Your Child to Drop that Remote and Read
10 Ways to Help Your Child with Homework
10 Maneras de Ayudar a su Hijo con las Tareas Escolares
10 Ways to Help Your Child do Well in School
10 Maneras de Ayudar a su Hijo a Tener Exito en la Escuela
Talking to Your Child about Goals
Conversando con su Hijo sobre Metas
Talking to Your Child about going to College
Conversando con su Hijo sobre ir a la Universidad
10 Ways to Save for Your Child's College Education
7 Super Things Parents & Caregivers Do
7 Cosas Geniales que los Padres y los Cuidadores Pueden Hacer
Finding a "Just Right" Book

4K Parent Magazines

New 4K Parent Magazines!
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Literacy Begins at Home: Teach Them to Read Checklist
Learning About Language
Getting Ready for Reading
Developing Social Skills

Reading and Writing Parent Resources

New Reading and Writing Parent Magazines!
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Literacy Begins at Home: Teach Them to Read Checklist
Reading Matters: Parent Guide
Read Together: Books to Try for Every Level
You, Your Child, and Reading
Raising A Reader
25 Ways Parents Can Read with Children
Help Your Child with Writing

More Parent Resources

New Miscellaneous Parent Magazines!
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You, Your Child, and Math
What Every Student Should Know About Time Management
Working With Others
You, Your Child, and Homework
Being Involved in Your Child's Education
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
A Parent's Guide to Early Childhood Education
You and Your Child's Success at School
Middle School: Moving on Up
Title I: Improving Your Child's Education
Schoolwide Title I Programs
Title I: What Parents Should Know

Purpose of Title I

Title I (of the federal No Child Left Behind legislation) is a federal program that provides opportunities for the children served to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to meet challenging state content standards.

Title I resources are distributed to schools where needs are the greatest, in amounts sufficient to make a difference in the improvement of instruction.

Title I coordinates services with other educational services and, to the degree possible, with health and social services programs.

Title I provides greater decision-making authority and flexibility within the schools and for teachers. However, greater responsibility for student performance is the exchange made for this flexibility.

What are the goals of Title I?

  • Provide a strong instructional program that addresses the needs of all students and emphasizes advanced and basic skills.

  • Focus on student achievement in language arts and math and closely monitor student progress as a basis for new instruction.

  • Concentrate on staff development that will enhance instruction.

  • Involve parents and community in the educational process

What services does Title I provide

  • Support for 13 schools

  • Parenting workshops and parenting centers

  • Instructional materials and supplies

  • Tutoring services in Priority and Focus Schools

  • School Choice in Priority and Focus Schools

Title I Schools

Listed below are the schools served by Title I.

Alma Elementary

Corinth Elementary

Goucher Elementary

Grassy Pond Elementary

Limestone-Central Elementary

Northwest Elementary

B.D. Lee Elementary

Blacksburg Elementary

Blacksburg Primary

Draytonville Elementary

Luther Vaughan Elementary

Mary Bramlett Elementary

Gaffney Middle School

Title I School Plan

A copy of the Title I school-wide plan is available in every Title I school for parents review and comments.

Parent School Compact

Each Title I school must have a Parent School Compact. Contact your child's school to receive a copy. The compact is also part of each Title I school's website.

Parent Notification

At the beginning of each school year, a district receiving Title I funding must notify parents that they may request information about the professional qualifications of their children's classroom teachers. The information you receive will include whether or not the teacher is highly qualified, or has met the state qualifications and licensing criteria for the grade levels and subject areas taught; whether the teacher is teaching under an emergency or provisional status; the degree major and other graduate certification. The information must include whether or not the child is provided services by a paraprofessional or assistant, and if so, their qualifications. A Title I school must also give timely notice when a child has been taught 4 or more weeks by a teacher who is not highly qualified if that should occur.

This is to inform you that under the provisions of the No Child Left Behind Act, you have a right to request information regarding the professional qualifications of any instructional assistant who may be working with your child. Any request should be made to the principal of your child's school. Representatives of the school or the school district will respond to your request in a timely manner.

Schools Identified for Improvement

A school district receiving Title I funding must promptly notify parents if their student is enrolled in a Priority or Focus School. An explanation has been sent to parents. In Cherokee County, Mary Bramlett Elementary and Luther Vaughan Elementary are Priority Schools. Limestone-Central Elementary and Grassy Pond Elementary are Focus Schools.

Parent Involvement Policy

A district receiving Title I funding and each school served by Title I must jointly develop and distribute to parents of children in the Title I schools a written parent involvement policy. The policy must meet the requirements of NCLB. Schools must hold an annual meeting and review and amend the policy as needed. Schools must also hold a flexible number of meetings, involve parents in an ongoing manner in the planning and review of the Title I program. Schools must provide parents with information about how the Title I funding is spent, an explanation of the curriculum, an explanation of the forms of academic assessment, and hold meetings to discuss the education of your children. The school must develop a parent-school compact that outlines the responsibilities of each party for improved academic achievement.

Complaint Procedure

A complaint must be submitted in writing to the Cherokee County School District Office, Title I Department or the State Department of Education, Federal Programs Office. The complaint must include the name and address of the person submitting the complaint. The complaint and the facts on which the complaint are based must be included.

The mailing address for the school district is:

Cherokee County School District Office

Title I Department

P.O. Box 460

Gaffney, South Carolina 29342

The mailing address for the State Department of Education is:

State Department of Education

Federal Programs Office

1429 Senate Street

Columbia, South Carolina 29201

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