Georgetown Elementary School

Indian Prairie School District 204

Title I

What is Title I?

Every Student Succeeds Act

Title I is a federally funded program which provides supplemental funds to schools to assist eligible students to meet their educational goals. The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) of 2015, reauthorizes the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), the nation’s education law and longstanding commitment to equal opportunity for all students. Indian Prairie School District #204’s Title I program focuses on early intervention at the preschool, and elementary supplemental programs in the areas of reading, math, student engagement, 21 Century skills and social-emotional learning.

The previous version of the law, the No Child Left Behind  (NCLB) Act, shined a light on where students were making progress and where they needed additional support, regardless of race, income, zip code, disability, home language, or background.  The new law (ESSA) builds on key areas of progress in recent years, made possible by the efforts of educators, communities, parents, and students across the country.

Additional information can be found on the Illinois State Board of Education’s website www.isbe.net.  

Which Schools are Title I?

How are the funds used?

Schoolwide I Programs support all students in the school. Title I is not a standalone program, but is coordinated with other district, state and federal programs to drive improved achievement in the schools. Title I funds provide additional student programs, extensive professional development for teachers, and a variety of parent and family programs. For more detailed information, contact the school principal and visit this site often for updates.
 

Title I Newsletters:

How can you get involved?

School, family and community partnerships can take many forms. In our district, we value and encourage parental involvement at all levels of participation. Below is Joyce Epstein’s “Six Types of Parent Involvement Model” from Johns Hopkins University, which outlines what meaningful parental involvement looks like.

1. PARENTING

Helping families to develop home environments that support learning.

2. COMMUNICATING

Providing information and designing more effective forms of communications between school and home.

3. VOLUNTEERING

Recruiting and organizing parental help and support.

4. LEARNING AT HOME

Providing information and ideas to parents about how to help students at home with homework and other curriculum-related activities.

5. DECISION MAKING

Including parents in school decisions, and developing parent leaders and representatives.

6. COLLABORATING WITH COMMUNITY

Identifying and integrating resources and services from the community to strengthen school programs and family.

 
Indian Prairie School District recognizes that a student’s education is a joint responsibility shared by schools and parents as part of the larger community, and that these participants directly impact learning. We welcome you and want your active participation. There are numerous volunteer activities at your school. Contact your school principal or PTA president for information about volunteer opportunities in our schools.
 

District #204 Title I Documents for parents:

Title I Contact Info:

Kathy Pease
Indian Prairie School District 204
Chief Academic Officer
kathy_pease@ipsd.org - or - 630-375-3025  
  
Laura Devine-Johnston
Indian Prairie School District 204
Asst. Superintendent, Elementary
laura_johnston@ipsd.org - or - 630-375-3025  
  
Principal: Janan Szurek (janan_szurek@ipsd.org)


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Contact Info

Principal: Janan Szurek

995 Long Grove Drive (map)
Aurora, IL 60504

Office: 630.375.3456
Fax: 630.375.3461
Attendance: 630.375.3456 x3
Ausencias: 630.375.3456 x3

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