Admin

School Accountability Committee and Title 1

Title I Notification


Connections Learning Centeris dedicated to making sure all of our children succeed in school and in life. We are proud of the programs we offer at Connections  Learning Center that help students learn and ultimately be successful.


The Every Student Succeeds Act, ESSA, signed into law by President Obama in December 2015, requires states to set challenging standards in math, reading or language arts, and science that are aligned with higher education and Career and Technical Education (CTE) expectations. In Colorado, we use Colorado Academic Standards.

Connections Learning Center prioritizes our Title I Funding in the following ways

Transportation for Field Experiences

Technology for Career Technical Education (CTE) and Core Classes
We need your help to make sure all children are successful in school and in life. By working together as a community, we’ll overcome our challenges and build the bright future our children deserve. If you’d like to get involved, please call me at 303-982-7004.

Connections LearningCenter receives funds from Title I, which is a federal program that provides resources to schools that have high free lunch numbers. Every school receiving Title I money is required to notify families of these rights

to know the qualifications of your child’s teacher to teach the grade levels and subject areas in which the teacher provides instruction;

to know if the teacher is teaching under emergency or other provisional status through which state qualification or licensing criteria have been waived;

to know if your child is provided services by paraprofessionals and, if so, their qualifications;

to have timely notice that the student has been assigned, or has been taught for 4 or more consecutive weeks by, a teacher who does not meet applicable state certification or licensure requirements at the grade level and subject area in which the teacher has been assigned.

to expect regular communication about your child’s academic growth in a language you can understand

to help plan and know how money for family engagement and school budgets are spent;

to work with other families, teachers, and the principal in developing a Unified Improvement Plan and a school-level family agreement between school and families; 

to request a meeting with your child’s teacher or the principal; 

to participate in your school’s Parent Teacher Association (PTA), school Accountability Committee, or other school family meetings  and support the success of all children.

Title I

Family-School 

Partnership Agreement

2020-2021


This agreement has been jointly developed and agreed upon by the

Connections Learning Center staff, families, students and community


Connections Learning Center

Goals for the 2020-2021 School Year

Together, we commit to…

Welcoming ALL families and creating a place where you belong

Communicate Effectively - so we can listen and inform

Work together to support student success

Speak up for every child

Share power with families by involving them in decision making

Collaborate and build mutually meaning partnerships with community members and organizations

Connections Learning Center Staff 

commitment to excellence


Provide a safe and welcoming environment where students can learn, grow, and thrive.


Provide high quality curriculum and      instruction in a supportive and effective learning environment. 


Meet by grade level to discuss and plan curriculum that is based on common assessments to increase student achievement.  


Hold conferences with families in October and February. 


Send report cards three times per year.


Develop goals with students that focus on increasing skills and strategies; send students home with practical ideas to support learning at home. 


Follow up with communication when 

students are absent for two consecutive days.  


Involve families in the joint development of any school wide program plan, in an organized, ongoing, and timely way.


Inform families of the school’s participation in Title I, Part A programs, and to explain the Title I, Part A requirements, and the right of families to be involved in Title I, Part A programs.


CLC is a Restorative school and committed to resolving conflict to the benefit of all stakeholders. The school in partnership with families achieve a high level of collaboration, focusing on students’ best interest.


Connections Learning Center  Families 

commitment to excellence


Bring my student to school by 8:50 every morning or call the attendance line at (303)982-9324 by 9:30 if my student will be late or absent. 


Provide a space where my student can focus on homework; verify with my student that homework and reading has been completed each day. 


Attend family-teacher conferences to understand my student’s social and academic development at school. 


Engage and participate in school/community organized activities. 


Participating, as appropriate, in decisions relating to my children’s education.


Use the Friday folder materials to discuss my student’s learning in the classroom and use the information sent home to support 

learning at home. 


Staying informed about my child’s education by promptly reading all notices from the school or the school district received either by my child or by mail and responding, as appropriate. 


Understand and support school rules around appropriate behavior, code of conduct and dress code.  


Connections Learning Center Students 

commitment to excellence


Get ready for school and/or bus on time and wear appropriate clothing.

Be at school every day ready to learn. Ask for help when I need it. 

Follow RISE foundations:

o Respect

o Integrity

o Safety

o Empathy

 

Read and study for at least 20 minutes daily and complete the homework assigned by my teacher.

Give my parent/guardian all information given to me by my teacher or adults. 


Respect:
Be kind to myself and others in all I think, do and say

Integrity:
Do the right thing even when no one else is watching. Wrong is wrong even if others are doing it.

Safety:
Freedom from danger or harm done by self or others

Empathy:
Understanding and respecting the feelings and perspectives of others

Office Hours:  8am-4pm

303-982-7004 

Principal:  Jen Kirksey

Principal email: Jen.Kirksey@jeffco.k12.co.us




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