Fall Parent Council Meeting
Online Meeting 2022-2023
Explanation of Purpose for Meeting—The major work of the Parent Advisory Council meeting is:
Discuss and collect input regarding school policy and compacts
Fall survey results shared
Plan of Action regarding parent and family engagement for this school year.
LMS Parent Engagement Policy
CCPS District Parent Engagement Policy
School-wide improvement plan
School testing and benchmark data
Title I Family Compact Discussion and Approval
Parent Input on building staff capacity—What can we do to help school staff better meet the needs of parents and families?
Explanation Title I Spending-Here is how Title I parent and family engagement money is being spent this school year:
LMS welcomes your input, comments, and suggestions. If you have further questions or concerns about Title I and how Title I money is spent, please talk to the parent involvement coordinator or principal.
PLEASE COMPLETE THE PARENT SURVEY for signature, approval, and input
LAKEVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL PARENT AND FAMILY ENGAGEMENT POLICY
What is Title I ?
In support of strengthening student academic achievement, Lakeview Middle School receives Title I, Part A funds and therefore must jointly develop with, agree with, and distribute to parents and family members of participating children a written parent and family engagement policy that contains information required by section 1116(b) and (c) of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). The policy establishes the school's expectations for parent and family engagement and describes how the school will implement a number of specific parent and family engagement activities
Please look over the Policy in the link below
Lakeview Middle School Parent Engagement Policy
Catoosa County Parent Engagement Policy
Fall Survey Results
Testing and Benchmark information
Milestones Testing is in April click the button below to view Milestones parent workshop information
Benchmark Testing ( Fall, Winter, Spring)
I-Ready Math and Reading Plus programs are used for benchmark data.
Benchmark data is sent home in FEB/March so you can review your students' growth in math and Reading.
Title I Budget
Additional Language Arts Teacher
After school Tutoring
Web-based subscriptions/programs and adaptive learning
platforms such as I-Ready Math, Reading Plus, Flocabulary
Basic student supplies
Improvement of Instructional Services
One-half of Academic Coach (to lead instructional staff training)
Professional Learning Communities Workshop and RTI
Instructional Staff Training
Training for Ascend Math, and Reading Plus (Academic Coach)
Data Analysis Teams (Academic Coach)
Pupil Services / Parent Involvement (full-time Parent Involvement Coordinator)
Parent Instructional Resources to check out and use at home to improve student learning
Print and dissemination costs for Title I information and presentation of Title I events such as STEAM Night, Literacy Night, Georgia Milestones/Benchmark Growth Night, Title I Annual Meeting, Fall and Spring Parent Advisory Council meetings, etc.
Please View the Grade-level Compacts and Approve
You will be able to approve the compacts in the Sign-in sheet/Survey
Click here for 6th Grade Drafted Compact
Click here for 7th grade Drafted Compact
Click here for 8th Grade Drafted Compact
All Title I Documents are located on the LMS Website
Title I Handouts are located click here on the LMS Website
Components of a Title I Schoolwide
Georgia Standards of Excellence
How to Communicate with Your Child’s Teacher
Catoosa County Family Engagement Policy