Title 1 Program
Home-School Compact - agreement between parents, teachers, and students
BVES Parent Involvement Policy - An overview of the Parent Involvement Plan
BVES Parent Involvement Plan - how parents can work together with the school for student success
Bay View Elementary School has been operating a school-wide Title 1 program, providing many benefits for all students. This Title 1 funding comes from the federal government. Some of the many benefits include:
TITLE ONE RESOURCE TEACHER
Provides teacher support, resources, technology support, and classroom support.
INTERVENTION TEACHERS (2.5)
Provide reading and math assistance in ALL classrooms.
FAMILY INVOLVEMENT ADVISOR (half-time)
Provides family workshops, a volunteer program, family support for school involvement, family resources, PTO support, community support, school-wide activities.
Being a Title 1 School qualifies us for the Maryland Meals for Achievement Program, which provides free breakfast for all students and staff. Our Title 1 funding also provides us with after school math intervention programs, additional classroom resources, and Parent & Child Magazines for Pre-School through First grade. Using Title 1 funds has allowed us to purchase computers for our Computer Lab and SMART Boards for our classrooms.
Title 1 benefits are provided to schools based on free and reduced lunch counts. Applications for free or reduced price meals are available in the school office. PLEASE RETURN YOUR APPLICATION TO BAY VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AS SOON AS POSSIBLE! All information is strictly confidential.
With your support, the faculty and staff of Bay View Elementary hope to continue these successful programs provided by Title 1.
Title I and ”No Child Left Behind”
One of the stipulations of the “No Child Left Behind Act of 2001” is that parents have the rights to know the qualifications of the people who teach their children. The Cecil County Public System is pleased with the level of skill and competence of our teacher workforce. We will provide this information as requested. If you would like to know the specific qualifications of your child’s teacher and/or paraprofessional, please send the office a written request.
We are very pleased to share with you that 100% of the employees at Bay View Elementary are considered “Highly Qualified” as prescribed by the No Child Left Behind Act.
Highly Qualified Teachers
The Federal Government provides funding to states each year for Title 1. The goal of Title 1 is a high quality education for every child. Title 1 resources are directed to schools with high poverty levels as determined by the percentage of students receiving free and reduced meals. Bay View Elementary falls under these guidlines and is currently receiving this additional funding. One of the benefits of being a Title 1 school is staffing. 100% of our teachers and paraprofessionals are highly qualified. This means they are all working within their certification area. As a parent, you have the right to request information about your child's teacher's qualifications. To lean more aobut your Right to Know, visit our BVES web page under the Parent Information icon or don't hesistate to contact Mrs. Joan Frampton, Family Involvement Advisor, email@example.com.
The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, which was signed by President Bush on January 8, 2002 says that parents have the right to know the qualifications of the people who teach their children. The Cecil County Public School System is pleased with the level of skill and competence of our teacher workforce. We will provide this information as requested. If you would like to know the specific qualifications of your child’s teacher and/or paraprofessional, please send the office of your child’s school a written request.
La Ley No Child Left Behind: que ningún niño se quede atrás del año 2001 firmada por el Presidente Bush el 8 de enero de 2002 establece que los padres de familia tienen el derecho de recibir información acerca de la formación académica de las personas que enseñan a sus hijos. El Sistema Escolar de las Escuelas Públicas del Condado de Cecil se siente satisfecho con el nivel de conocimientos y capacidad del personal educativo. Proporcionaremos esta información según se requiera. Si usted desea información específica acerca de la formación académica del maestro de su hijo y/o auxiliar educativo, sírvase enviar una solicitud por escrito a la oficina de la escuela de su hijo.
Title I Complaint Procedures
In all of the Title I schools in Cecil County, we are required to follow a specific procedure in regards to complaints in providing services to Title I eligible children. On the back of this form is the explanation of the process Cecil County has developed to handle complaints. Please contact Mrs. Hammer or Mr. Johnson if you have any questions. Click here to access the Title 1 Complaint Form.
Parent, a great site for all types of parenting information is: Maryland State Parental Information Resource Center (PIRC) at www.mdpirc.org
HOME + SCHOOL = SUCCESS
Mrs. Joan Frampton, Family Involvement Advisor