TITLE I PARENT INVOLVEMENT POLICY
Statement of Purpose
Angleton Independent School District is dedicated to providing a quality
education for every student in our district. To accomplish this objective, the
district will develop and maintain partnerships with parents/caregivers, patrons,
and community members. Through this united community effort, students
become successful and productive citizens.
Parents and staff will work to design and implement the Parent Involvement
Policy. Angleton ISD will publicize the policy via the school district’s website and
District Expectations for Parental Involvement
Title I District Parent Involvement Committee
Angleton ISD will annually host two Parent Involvement district meetings with
parent representatives from each Title I Schoolwide Campus. Parents review
policy and guidelines and are updated on any current changes. Title I campus
representatives will meet jointly in May to discuss policy and evaluate the
program. Representatives are encouraged to visit the school to gain information,
actively volunteer, and attend meetings and events.
Meetings will be held at the administration building at a convenient time. Notice
of the meeting will be provided through invitation to parents and public notices.
Translators will be available at the meetings upon request.
Teachers at all Title I Schoolwide campuses are required to hold annual
parent/teacher conferences to discuss students’ progress and participate in the
School-Parent Compact which is required by federal law. The compact outlines
parent, staff and student responsibilities for sharing the promotion of high student
achievement. Parents, students and staff are encouraged to sign an
acknowledgement of receipt of the compact and to discuss this with their
In accordance with the No Child Left Behind Act, parents are provided
information and school reports in an understandable and uniform format in a
language they understand. This includes parent newsletters, brochures, forms,
and documents pertaining to Title I components.
Parental Involvement Activities
Each Schoolwide campus will provide many opportunities for parents to become
involved in the learning experience of not only their children but of all students.
Some of the ways they can become involved are through:
• Open House
• Parent/Teacher Conferences
• Math/Reading Night
• Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)
• Campus Site-Based Decision Committee
• Meet the Teacher Night
• Choir and Band Concerts
• Athletic Events
• Fund Raisers
Parents are notified of these opportunities through the campus/district website,
newsletters, posters, email, and personal contacts.