Title I Plan

School Name

Parkside ES (3631)

School Year

2017 - 2018



Title I Requirements

COMPREHENSIVE NEEDS ASSESSMENT of the entire school (including the needs of migrant children) with information about the academic achievement of children in relation to the state academic content standards.
Describe the process utilized to conduct the comprehensive needs assessment for this school.

Parkside utilizes several assessment data sources, including mandated state and district assessments, along with school specific assessments to monitor and track students' progress.  This information is used to provide students with bioth remediation and enrichment both during the school day and through extended learning opportunities.   

Instruction by HIGHLY QUALIFIED TEACHERS in all core content area classes
List instructional staff and paraprofessionals that are NOT highly qualified (instructional staff only).

All teachers certified and highly qualified.

Describe strategies that will be used to attract high-quality, highly qualified teachers.

Parkside uses the District current programs including New Teacher Academy, PLC and other programs to ensure our teachers are receiving on going professional development and support.  Parkside also has many opportunities for staff to participate in on campus training to continuously develop and grow as professionals.


ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS - Coordination and Integration

Title I, Part A
Title I funds provide additional teachers to assist students, particularly low performing students.

Staff Development funds are used to develop a comprehensive professional training program to improve delivery of instruction through a variety of workshops designed to move teachers to mastery and improve student achievement.

Parental Involvement funds are utilized to fund academic parent nights that provide parents with new skills to support student learning at home. Improving the frequency and quality of family participation and increasing family literacy are also goals of our parental involvement component. Monies are used to purchase food, supplies/materials and provide stipends for teacher presenters.

Title I, Part C- Migrant
(Migrant-Title I schools have been advised if Migrant students attend their school)

Parkside does not have migrant students in attendance. If migrant students are identified, collaboration with community agencies would take place to ensure that needed services such as health and nutrition are provided. Remediation and tutoring services will be provided as needed.

Title I, Part D
Neglected and Delinquent

Parkside's social worker contacts and assists families if they are identified by teachers or support as delinquent of neglected.

Title II
(District professional development)

All teachers participate in ongoing professional learning regarding teaching practices, state standards, intervention strategies, and assessment.

Title III

All English Language Learners are assessed regularly to determine laguage skills in reading, writing, listening, and speaking. This determines which level the student is on according to the WIDA guidelines. The WIDA standards are used by teachers in the form of "can-do" descriptors to assist them in choosing the right strategies to support these students at any level. These descriptors give a description of what the students should be expected to do at various levels and in all areas. Parents are notified of their child's progress and the ESOL coordinators ensure that the school is in compliance with all ESOL guidelines. 

Title X- Homeless
(Homeless- All Title I schools may complete with this statement)

Teachers and staff members are responsible for helping to identify homeless students and referring them to the Homeless Education program offered by the district. The purpose of the Homeless Education Program is to identify homeless students, remove barriers to their education, including school enrollment, provide them with supplemental academic and counseling case management services as well as linkages to their school social worker while maintaining school as the students stable environment.

Supplemental Academic Instruction (SAI)

SAI funds are utilized each year to provide additional academic support for struggling students through after school camps.  

Violence Prevention Programs

Parkside Elem. implements the County Student Code of Conduct and follows the District Discipline Matrix. Our school enforces the District’s Anti-Bullying Policy and has a zero tolerance for bullying and violence. Bullying prevention programs are supported through  Peer Counseling/Conflict Mediation programs, guest speakers and student assemblies.

Our School Counselor also works with students in groups throughout the year for anger management, loss, and problem solving groups.  She also does classroom guidance lessons.

Nutrition Programs

Nutritional programs and health education are an integral part of our Unified Arts Program, specifically through the Physical Educational curriculum.

Housing Programs

Referrals are made to the school social worker, when parents are in need of housing or food.  Additionally, the front office staff takes note of families expressing a need and passes this information on to administration and/or the school counselor.

Head Start

Parkside does not have a Head Start program in place.

Adult Education

Parkside does not have an adult education program in place.

Career and Technical Education

Parkside does not have a career and technical education program in place.

Job Training

Parkside does not have a job training program in place.


The guidance counselor coordinates our listener program for students to receive academic, behavioral, and emotional support.


Pre-School Transition

Pre-School Transition

Parkside services three classes of Specialized PreK ESE and Intensive PreK The teachers conduct vertical articulation meetings during the school year to ensure that the transition from the early childhood programs to kindergarten program is smooth. A Kindergarten Orientation is also held prior to the beginning of the school year. This gives the incoming kindergarten students an opportunity to meet their new teacher and get acclimated to their classroom. Additionally, parents are given an overview of the kindergarten curriculum and expectations.



Parent Involvement Goal:
Based on the analysis of the parent involvement data, identify and define an area in need of improvement.

Based on our previous surveys, Parkside would like to increase our parental involvement to at least 65% for the 2017-18 school year.  We offer several different opportunities throughout the year for parents to attend both academic and parenting activities.  


2016 - 2017 Level of Parent Involvement:

Indicate the number of Parents and/or Guardians who participated in parent involvement activities. [i.e., Use documentation from sign in sheets]

Total Number of Parents and/or Guardians


2017 - 2018 Expected Level of Parent Involvement:

Indicate the number of Parents and/or Guardians who are expected to participate in parent involvement activities for this year.

Total Number of Parents and/or Guardians


PARENT INVOLVEMENT ACTION PLAN ACTIVITIES (Aligned to School-Level Parent Involvement Plan)


Strategies & Activities to Increase Student Achievement

Start/End Date

Evaluation Tool

Person or Position Responsible for Coordinating/Monitoring

Amount/Funding Source

Parent Training Night

Teachers meet with parents to provide academic support, provide information about curriculum, and share strategies for supporting their children at home.

11/18/2017 - 11/18/2017

Sign In Sheets

Lakay Wilkerson

$2155 / Title 1

Student Agendas as a Communication Tool

Increased parent communication between home and school. Increased completion of homework leading to academic gains.

6/9/2018 - 6/9/2018

Teacher feedback

Laneia Hall

$1505 / Title 1, Part A


Professional Development/ELO Activities

Provide detailed information to support activities such as teacher salaries, stipends, materials and supplies

Funding Source

*Entire Title I Professional Development allocation must be reflected here

Travel and registrations for teachers and coaches to attend a literacy conference in Denver.

Teachers participate in a variety of professional development to enhance their instructional practice and share their experience with other colleagues when they return.

Title 1, Part A


Training in FSA reading and Math Standards

Subtitute teachers for staff and stipends for the training.

Title 1, Part A


Extended Learning Opportunities Camp

Salaries for teachers to provide after school camps for struggling students in grades 3-5.

Title 1, Part A


Reading Training for teachers with consultant on site.

Training in Fountas and Pinnell's Literacy Continuum

Title 1, Part A