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Title 1

About Title I

Title I (aka Federal Programs) is a federally funded program, enacted in 1965 under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), committed to closing the achievement gap between low-income and minority students and their peers.  The most sweeping reform of ESEA occurred in January of 2002 with the signing into law of No Child Left Behind (NCLB).

No Child Left Behind changed the focus of the Federal Programs (Title I) from a remedial track with low expectations for disadvantaged children to a high-performance program dedicated to helping eligible children meet the same challenging academic standards that States are required to establish for all children.

The basic principles of the Federal Programs (Title I) state that schools with large concentrations of low-income students will receive supplemental funds to assist in meeting student’s educational goals. Low-income students are determined by the number of students enrolled in the free and reduced lunch program.

What Families Should Know About Title I.

Mascotte Charter's Brochure is available to view on-line.

Lake County School's Brochure is available to view on-line (English / Spanish).

 

Annual Meeting - September 2019

The information presented at Mascotte Charter's September 2019 Title I Annual Parent Meeting is available view on-line.

September 2019 Annual Title I Meeting

First page of the PDF file: Title-I-AnnualParentMeeting1920

Compact

Our 2019-2020 Compact is available to view on-line

English  /  Spanish

Outline

Title I Outline

Please click here to download a copy of our Outline.

School Improvement Plan

LCS's Title I webpage

Please click here for more information about Lake County Schools Title I.

LCS Mission Statement:  LCSD Federal Title 1 Mission Statement

LCS Basic Needs guide is available to download.

Parent & Family Engagement

Mission

Mascotte Charter and Lake County Schools Title I (Federal Programs) and the Parent & Family Engagement mission is to empower families with individual opportunities to maximize student achievement by engaging family, school, and community partnerships.

Highlights & Plan

Mascotte Charter's:

Our Parent Involvement Plan is available to view online. 

Our Parent Involvement Highlights are available to view online.

Our Brochure is available to view online. 

Lake County Schools (LCS):

LCS's Parent Involvement Plan is available to view online.

LCS's Brochure is available to view online.

LCS's Parent & Family Engagement website.

Your Input

Parent Resource Center

Our Resource Center is a place where parents can find a variety of resources, materials, trainings and activities.  We have a variety of games to make learning fun:  Math, Reading, Science & Social Studies Games.  

If you have any questions and/or would like to visit our Resource Center, please call 352-429-2294.

Parent Right to Know

2019-2020

Annual Parent Notification

Right to Know Letter

English

Spanish

Family Fun Event: October 22, 2019

Everyone is Invited to the District Parent & Family Engagement Event.

Time:  5:30 to 7:30 p.m. 
Date:  Tuesday, October 22, 2019
Location:  Mascotte Charter School, 460 Midway Avenue, Mascotte, FL  34753

This Fun & Action Event Includes:
  - How to Help Your Child at Home
  - Family Access to Skyward/LCS Website
  - STEM Activities
  - FREE Resources

Don't miss this opportunity to learn more and provide your input regarding the District Parent and Family Engagement Plan!

To reserve, please complete and return the bottom portion of the form (English  /  Spanish) on or before Tuesday, October 17, 2019,  ATTN: Title I Contact / ESOL Contact / Homeless Liaison Contact.