Title I

Title I-Part A, of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, provides additional funding for supplemental academic support to schools with a high percentage of poverty. The level of poverty is determined by the number of children in the schools receiving free or reduced‐price meals or direct certification data at schools with Community Eligibility Provision.

District Title I Parent & Family Engagement Plan

The school district develops a plan each year that is submitted to the Florida Department of Education to describe the resources that will be provided by Title I. If you would like to view the most updated copy of the District Parent & Family Engagement Plan provided by the school district, please select the button below:

Right to Know Letters

All Title I schools are required to employ only highly qualified teachers and instructional paraprofessionals. Federal law allows parents to obtain certain information about a child’s classroom teacher(s) and instructional assistants and paraprofessionals.

For more information about Right to Know and to view a copy of the Right to Know Letters provided by Polk County Public School, please select the button below:

School Improvement Plan

In addition to the District Parent & Family Engagement Plan, Title I schools develop their own School Improvement Plan each year and include information in the plan about how their Title I funds will be used to support the academic program in the school. The plans are developed with input from school staff, parents, and the School Advisory Council.

2018-2019 Parent Survey Results

The 2019 Parent Feedback Survey collected parent perceptions regarding school service, environment, safety, and academics as feedback on the District’s general performance.

School Parent & Family Engagement Plan

Every Title I school in Polk County will involve parents and families in the planning, review, and improvement of their School Improvement Plan and Title I program. The school will jointly develop and evaluate the Parent & Family Engagement Plan, as well as the school-home compact, with an adequate representation of parents.

Parent-Student-School Compact

This compact outlines how the parents/family, the entire school staff, and the students will share the responsibility for improved student academic achievement.

Annual Report Card

Below is the link to the school’s annual report card from provided by the Department of Education. To view our school’s report card:

  1. Click the button below to go to the Department of Education’s website.
  2. Scroll down and under Interactive Reports, select School Report Cards.
  3. In the Search by School drop down, search for our school, then select the View School Report Card button.