The Title I program and district remediation program (DRP) are coordinated by the Reading Specialists at each elementary school. It is the Reading Specialists responsibility to create schedules, supervise the programs, and meet with teaching assistants for curriculum direction and to discuss student progress for the overall benefit of the children.
More Information About Title I and DRP:
- Title I and DRP service children in kindergarten through fifth grade.
- The programs assist students in the reinforcement of skills in Reading and/or Math that are taught in the classroom.
- Students will not miss core teacher instruction to receive these services.
- There are not a separate, stand-alone program. They are structured to support the regular classroom instruction based on students individual needs.
- The students are mainly instructed by teacher assistants under the direction of the reading specialists.
- All communication regarding student progress will be reported to parents via the classroom teacher.
- The teachers will use a variety of assessment information including STAR Early Literacy results, Wonders and Lead21 assessment results, and Go Math assessment results to determine students who would benefit from Title I and DRP support.
- Prior to the start of the program, the classroom teachers will contact the parents of each of their prospective Title I and DRP students.
Please follow the link for the District Site for Title I - Parkland School District Title I