Title 1

Wright Elementary Title I Parent Policy


It is the policy of Wright Elementary that parents have the opportunity to be involved jointly in the development of the school plan and in the school’s review process for the purpose of school improvement.  Recognizing that parental involvement is the key to academic achievement, we seek to involve parents in an effective home-school partnership that will provide the best possible education for our students. 

The school provides coordination, technical assistance and other supports necessary to aid in the planning and implementation of parent involvement activities.   The school encourages parent involvement and supports this partnership through providing information about standards and assessments; providing training and materials for parents to help their children; educating school personnel about involving parents and the value of parent contributions; and developing roles for community organizations and businesses to work with parents and schools.

  1. This jointly agreed upon written policy will be available to parents through the Wright School website or in the Wright School Handbook at the beginning of the school year.
  2. Two annual meetings are held for all parents.  Additional meetings with flexible times shall be held throughout the year and be determined by parent suggestions.  Notification will be sent in the building newsletter, through school fliers, and posted on the website. 
  3. Parents are given assistance in understanding the Title I requirements, standards, and assessments through the annual meetings and parent-teacher conferences.
  4. Parents receive an explanation of the school’s performance profile, the forms of academic assessment used to measure student progress, and the expected proficiency levels through individual reports given to parents at conference time, and through report cards.
  5. Parent recommendations are encouraged and responded to in a timely manner.  Verbal or written responses will be given for recommendations.
  6. Parents will be involved with the planning, review, and improvement of the schoolwide program which will be written in the spring.  The vehicle will be the School Improvement Advisory Committee (SIAC).  If the schoolwide program is not satisfactory to the parents, they may submit comments to the SIAC.
  7. A school/parent compact outlines how parents, the teacher, support staff and students all share responsibility for improved student achievement.  The compact also describes the means by which the school and parents will build and develop a partnership to help children achieve our student learning expectations.  It is distributed at the fall conference and is reviewed at the annual meetings.
  8. The Title I program provides opportunities for parents to become partners with the school in promoting the education of their children both at home and at school.  Parents are given help monitoring their student’s progress and provided assistance on how to participate in decisions related to their child’s education.  The school also provides other reasonable support for parental involvement activities as requested by parents.  A valuable resource such as the Grant Wood Area Education Agency Parent Resource Library is recommended.  Parents are encouraged to participate as volunteers in the school setting.  Individual conferences will also be held.  Reports on educational issues, books, and videos can be made available to parents.
  9. An annual evaluation of the parental involvement policy shall be conducted to determine its effectiveness.  Findings will be used to design strategies for school improvement and revision of policies.  The annual spring meetings will serve as the site for the discussions of program adjustments.

Providing children with equal access to quality education is of primary purpose.  It is crucial that all partners (students, parents, educators, and communities) have the opportunity to provide input and offer resources to meet this purpose.  As these partnerships are mutually beneficial, developing cooperative efforts will ensure improved academic achievement for all students.


2020-2021 Title I School Improvement Advisory Committee Members

Jill Ozarowicz

Gerry Ernzen

Stacey Gianforte

Lindsey Boleyn

Brian Krob

Wright School Student - Parent - Teacher - Support Staff Compact