The Title I program provides supplemental educational services to ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high quality education. Title I helps schools provide world-class educational opportunities to all students.
Recognizing the ability of all students to master challenging academic standards and the necessity of strong family involvement, Saint Paul Public Schools Office of Title I Federal Programs ensures increased and improved educational opportunities for all students. The Office Title I Federal Programs serves Public and Non Public schools with a high incidence of poverty, Homeless students, and those residing in Neglected and Delinquent Institutions by reducing barriers to learning, effectively communicating with parents, community and staff and by implementing Federal and State statute to achieve strategic goals.
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Under the Every Student Succeeds Act, parents have the right to request information regarding the professional qualifications of their student’s classroom teachers. Parents who would like to receive this information should write to the Human Resource Department, Attn: Teacher Qualifications, Saint Paul Public Schools, 360 Colborne Street, Saint Paul, MN 55102-3299.
Parents can designate which of the following information they want:
Raws li txoj cai Title I of Every Student Succeeds Act, cov niam txiv muaj cai nug kom paub txog tus xib fwb qhia ntawv uas qhia ntawv rau lawv cov me nyuam seb tus xib fwb ntawd txawj thiab kawm ntawv siab npaum li cas. Cov niam txiv uas xav paub txog tej li hais no sau tau ntawv mus rau Human Resource department, Attn: ESEA Teacher Qualifications, Saint Paul Public Schools, 360 Colborne Street, Saint Paul, MN 55102-3299.
Cov niam txiv xav paub raws li hauv qab no qhov twg los tau:
Waalidku Wey Codsan Karaan Macluumaadka Macallimiinta
Qaanuunka loo yaqaanno, "Guulaysashada Arday Kasta", ama "Every Student Succeeds Act", wuxuu dhigayaa inay waalidku codsan karaan macluumaad ku saabsan xirfadda macallimiinta carruurtooda wax bara. Waalidiinta raba inay helaan macluumaadkan, ha u soo qoreen qaybta shaqaalaynta mas'uulka ka ah oo la dhaho Human Resource Department. Codsigaaga halkan ku soo aaddi:
Attn: ESEA Teacher Qualifications, Saint Paul Public Schools, 360 Colborne Street, Saint Paul, MN 55102-3299
Waalidku waxay codsan karaan arrimahan kuwa ay rabaan:
Bajo el Acta Cada Estudiante Triunfa, los padres tienen derecho a solicitar información sobre las credenciales profesionales de los maestros del salón de su niño. Los padres que deseen recibir esta información deben escribir al Departamento de Recursos Humanos (Human Resources Department), Attn: ESEA Teacher Qualifications, Saint Paul Public Schools, 360 Colborne Street, Saint Paul, MN 55102-3299.
Los padres pueden señalar cuáles de los siguientes datos desean recibir:
Obama Elementary continues to be designated by the Minnesota Department of Education as a Focus School under the federal Elementary Secondary Education Act (ESEA). The designation is based on student testing data that placed our school among the 10% of schools with the largest achievement gap between white students and students of color. In order to no longer be designated, we must reduce the gap two years in a row.
The 2013-14 school year is the second year in a three-year process of school improvement. The planning for this process is aimed at improving the performance of student groups within the school that are currently not performing at their potential. While many of the improvement activities will be targeted toward students from those groups, many changes will take place across the school and will be aimed at improving the academic performance for all students.
In order to accomplish this important work, we will put together an Improvement team that includes many interested people, including parents. You are highly encouraged to be a member of the improvement team; if you are interested call 651-293-8625 and ask to speak with Adrain Pendelton.
Families and communities will be at the center of our school improvement plan. Your engagement and support in your child’s education is critical to his or her success. Contact your child’s teacher(s) about how you can best support the work they are doing in the classroom. All staff email addresses and the school phone numbers are posted on our school’s website, Obama Elementary as is our school’s Family Engagement Plan, where you’ll find other ways you can be involved in your child’s educational success.