- All student should work toward the same high standards: specifically, what students should know and be able to do at each grade level.
- School districts, individual schools and parents know best what their students need to succeed. Together, they decide how to use Title I funding to help students who require additional support to reach high standards.
- Parents are partners in helping all students achieve. Parents have the right to be involved I the design and operation of their school’s Title I program. Parents also have a responsibility to help their children success in school.
For a copy of the Rocklin Unified School District Title I Parental Involvement Policy, please contact your child’s school or the Rocklin Unified School District Office.
- Higher grades, test scores and graduation rates
- Better school attendance
- Increased motivation and better self-esteem
- Lower rates of suspension
- Decreased use of drugs and alcohol
- Fewer behavioral problems
RUSD administrators, teachers and support staff work to develop opportunities at all grade levels for parents/guardians to be involved in district and school activities, including advisory, decision-making and advocacy roles, as well as activities to support learning at home. Working together, administrators, teachers and parents can help all children succeed in school.
- Keep in regular contact with your child’s teacher.
- Know what your child should be learning to meet grade-level standards.
- Find out how the Title I program is helping your child.
- Make sure your child does her/her homework.
- Attend parent-teacher conferences.
- Talk to your child about school.
- Become a school volunteer.
- Become involved in your school’s Parent-Teacher Council/Club or School Site Council.
- Help plan and regularly review your school’s Title I program.
- Help plan activities for parents and schools to work together.
- Attend your school’s Title I Annual Meeting to find out more about the program and how it can help your child succeed in school.
- Attend the Rocklin Unified School District Title I Meeting, each fall.
- How do I know if my child is eligible to participate in the Title I program?
- How will my school’s Title I program help my child?
- How will I find out how my child is doing in school?
- Are there other special programs that are available to support my child?
- What services might be available if my child continues to need help after Title I services have ended?