Dear Parent or Guardian:
Our school qualifies to receive additional funding from the federal government. These funds are for a program known as Title I under the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. Because of this, we will be sending you important information about the program and your child’s education throughout the school year.
All schools that receive Title I funds must show that students are improving in their test scores on statewide assessments. This is called making “Adequate Yearly Progress,” or AYP. If a school does not make Adequate Yearly Progress for three consecutive years (two years if public school choice is not an option), parents must be notified. In addition, the district must make available additional help for eligible students upon parent request. This additional academic help or tutoring is called “supplemental educational services”.
Your child may be eligible for supplemental services. These services will be provided before or after school at no cost to you.
If the district is not able to provide extra help for everyone who requests it, a fair and equitable process will be used to make sure that students in greatest need from low-income families receive services first. Participation in a supplemental service program is kept confidential.
We encourage you to contact us as soon as possible if you have any questions regarding this notice or your child’s eligibility to participate. You may call Deanna Wolff at 406-323-1512.
Roundup Public Schools