District Title 1 Staff Geneva Neeriemer Director Bell Elementary Fall, 2009 – 2010 Volume I, Issue I Michele Schaich Lead Teacher Title I Nancy Morgan Lead Teacher Anita Rhodarmer Secretary Family Involvement Newsletter Linda Metcalf Specialist What is Title 1? Phone-828-255-5968 Title 1 is a Federal program that began in 1965 under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, currently No Child Left Behind. The intent of the law is to provide Title 1 Parent Advisory Family Educational Rights and a high-quality education for EVERY child Council Meeting Privacy Act Notice especially to provide services to students November 4, 2009 who are at risk of not meeting the state Central Office As a parent of a child in a Title 1 school, you have the right to know academic standards. Title 1 funds are Board Auditorium the professional qualifications of directed at schools with high poverty 9:00 AM the classroom teachers and levels, which in Buncombe County are January 20, 2010, Snow paraprofessionals who instruct your elementary schools with more than 40% date January 27, 2010 child. Federal Law allows you to free and reduced lunch participants. April 14, 2010, Alternate ask for this information from the date April 21, 2010. school’s principal. Contact the principal in writing if you wish to receive this information. Information will be provided within one week of your written request. Parent Information and Resources Center. (PIRC) What is it and how do I use it? It is North Carolina’s Parent Center of Exceptional Children’s Assistance Center. The website offers a variety of projects and services to meet the needs of all North Carolina parents, families, students, educators, and other Charles C. Bell Elementary professionals. It has 3 key education programs: Title 1 Personal 1) NC Parent Training and Information Center 2) Parent Partners, a parent resources center Danielle DiAddezzio 3) NC Family to Family Health Information Center. Rachel Boing The web address is www.ecac-parentcenter.org/education/pirc.htm Elizabeth Duncan Nancy Griffin Mimi Nes Kim Stuart Please watch for flyers and announcements that your child will Reading Tips for Success be bringing home from school for • Read! Read! Read with you these events. Please contact student/students. • Establish routines at home. Carleene Finger if you have any • Set high expectations for your student to concerns or questions about the do their best. Title 1 program at Bell. We wish • Support your students by attending meetings. Let them know you think you a great school year! education is important.
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