Nottingham Title I

Important Information for Parents

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Nottingham School 2013-2014 Report Card

Nottingham Title I Onsite Review Final Report 2012-2013

Title I Third Quarter Newsletter 2015

Title I Christmas Newsletter

Title I Family Math Night

Commercial Games that Teach Math

Fun Summer Math Ideas


Parent Resources

Math in Focus

  Ways a Parent Can Help With Math
  Ways a Parent Can Help With Reading
  Ways a Parent Can Help With Spelling

Parent Institute Parent Newsletter

Math Websites for Fun and Practice


  Mixing in Math
  Cambridge Public School District - Math
  aplusmath.com
  education.com/worksh
 
mathpower.com
  coolmath.com
  webmath.com
  mathforum.org
  mathplayground.com
  aaamath.com
  allmath.com
  AuntyMath (dupagemuseum.org)
  pitara.com
  IXLMath.com
  kidzone.ws/math
  Apples4theteacher.com
  Kidsnumbers.com
  mathcats.com
  Funbrain.com
  lizardpoint.com
  mathfactcafe.com
  sheppardsoftware.com/
  math.about.com
  mathisfun.com

Other Internet Resources:

Dare to Compare-NCES KidsZone

Oswego City School District Math Games

Nottingham Staff Certification and HQT and HQ

Math activities for kids

Nottingham School Learning Compact

Parents Right to Know

Parent/Guardian Involvement Policy

Homeless Assistance Act

Title 1 Complaint Policy

Starting School

5 Ways to Help Your Child Stay Organized

No Child Left Behind

Math Night Photos

Program Description

Title 1 is a federal program providing financial aid to school districts throughout the country to support supplementary educational programs for those students who qualify. The allocation of funds for each school district is based on a legislative formula dependent upon the distribution of low income children and state per pupil expenditures. However, Title 1 services in Nottingham are provided to all children at targeted grade levels who qualify as needing assistance in reading/language arts or mathematics regardless of income.

The Nottingham Title 1 Math Program is primarily conducted during the regular school day with after school tutoring provided as need requires. Additional opportunities for math practice are provided during lunch periods on a volunteer basis. Title 1 funds are also used in Nottingham to support special events for parents and students including Family Math Night, support for the homeless and migrant students, and professional development opportunities for Title 1 Staff.

The Title 1 Math Program is targeted to serve eligible students in grades K-3 with additional services provided to homeless and migrant students throughout all grade levels based on need. Services are provided to our younger population of students who meet specific selection criteria involving their assessment scores and classroom performance. Focused assessment throughout the school year provides an ongoing record of student progress which enables teachers and Title 1 tutors to tailor instruction to meet the specific individual needs of each child.

Program Benefits

It is our expectation that children who receive Title 1 services will be able to achieve closer to their individual potential resulting in improved basic math and reading skills. Research indicates that students participating in Title 1 make gains in their academic achievement.

Eligibility Requirements

Selection criteria for participation in our Title 1 program includes:

  • Teacher recommendation

  • Classroom performance

  • Assessment scores

  • Title 1 assessments

  • Parental input

  • Other pertinent performance information

Title 1 Staff

Currently, Nottingham’s Title 1 Grant supports one full time math tutor plus a part-time program coordinator. Unfortunately, due to the loss of stimulus funds and a reduction in regular program federal funding over the past few years, an additional part time tutor position has been eliminated. Our current full time tutor is a N.H. certified math teacher who has experience tutoring students at several grade levels. Our part time coordinator’s position is currently held by a N.H. certified K-8 teacher and administrator with over 45 years of experience in education. The Title 1 staff looks forward to working within the Nottingham School Community to help students develop self-confidence as learners and to strengthen their proficiency in math.

Parental Involvement

Nottingham School is committed to the involvement of parents in the education of their children. We encourage your help and assistance in a variety of ways:

  • Participate in parent/teacher conference days, parent meetings, open houses, and other information meetings and school events

  • Support your child in the completion of homework and in meeting all their school responsibilities-BE PATIENT AND POSITIVE

  • Be involved in all aspects your child’s school experience

  • Volunteer as time permits

  • Be informed regarding school policies and procedure

  • Complete annual surveys and provide feedback on program modifications and adjustments

Permission Forms

A parent must sign a permission form before a child can participate in the Title 1 Program at Nottingham School. The form will include all pertinent information regarding the tutoring offered. Along with this form, parents will be provided a copy of the Parent Involvement Policy and the School’s Learning Compact (see below). Parent must sign and acknowledge that they have read and have accepted Parental Responsibilities as outline in the Learning Compact.

Meetings

The Annual Title 1 Parent Meeting is held each fall during Open House. The purpose of the meeting is to explain the Title 1 Program, meet with Title 1 staff, and discuss how parents can become involved in their child’s education.

Program Planning and Evaluation

In addition to feedback from the annual parent meeting, a questionnaire/survey is sent home to Title 1 parents seeking input into the program and how participation impacted on their child. The results of that survey will be used to evaluate the total program and to determine what, if any changes should be considered. Nottingham’s Title 1 Program is evaluated during an on-site visit conducted by the N.H. Dept. of Education every three years. All financial business is administered through SAU #44.


Parent Information


A Title 1 newsletter is distributed to Title 1 parents quarterly or more often as necessary to keep parents informed and up to date. Additional notices are sent announcing special parent meetings and trainings. A summer practice and information packet is also distributed to all Title 1 students. The Nottingham School website contains a wealth of information on Title 1 services as well as useful information on how parents can work with their children to improve math and reading skills. Pertinent Title 1 program policies and procedures are attached to tutoring permission forms.




Nottingham School Title 1
245 Stage Road
Nottingham, N.H. 03290
(603) 679-5632
hmeattey@nottingham.k12.nh.us (tutor)
rjenisch@nottingham.k12.nh.us (coordinator




Nottingham School    ○    245 Stage Road    ○    Nottingham, NH 03290     ○    Phone: (603) 679-5632     ○    Fax: (603) 679-1617