Title I Family Newsletter

November 2022

RCSD Federal Programs

Link to all Title I information, EL, Homeless and Parent Engagement

RCSD Family Engagement Plan

Families can request the school level plans by contacting administration at your school site. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the district's Family Engagement Plan, please email Mrs. Kimmel at kimmels@russellcsd.net.

Help Us Support Our Families

If you are interested in helping families in our Russell County School District, please reach out to our Homeless Liaison, Ms. McBride, at mcbridem@russellcsd.net or Sarah Kimmel at kimmels@russellcsd.net.
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Monthly Title I Family Advisory Committee

October’s Family Advisory meeting took place at Russell County Middle School. Thank you to our guest speaker, Dr. Brenda Coley, for sharing the Strategic Plan and reminding us about our Vision and Mission for the school district.

Future Meetings:

November 15th from 9- 10 AM Russell County High School

January 24th from 9-10 AM Mt. Olive Primary School

If you are interested in being part of this committee, please email Mrs. McBride at mcbridem@russellcsd.net.

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Upcoming Events

November- National Homeless Youth Awareness Month

Nov. 6th- Daylight Saving Time Ends "Fall Back"

Nov. 8th- Election Day

Nov. 9th- Mt. Olive Primary Veterans Day Program

Nov. 10th- Mt. Olive Intermediate Veterans Day Program

Nov. 10th- Russell County High School Veterans Day Program

Nov. 10th- Oliver Elementary Veterans Day Program

Nov. 10th- Dixie Fall Festival

Nov. 11th- Veterans Day Holiday

Nov. 13th- World Kindness Day

Nov. 14th- Pre-K classes closed for teacher training

Nov. 15th- Family Advisory Meeting at RCHS from 9-10 AM Email mcbridem@russellcsd.net for more information.

Nov. 15th- Russell County Board of Education Meeting

Nov. 16th- National Education Support Professionals Day

Nov. 17th- Progress Reports Issued

Nov. 17th- Ladonia's Fall Festival

Nov. 17th- Russell County Middle School Curriculum Night/ PTO event

Nov. 18th- Substitute Appreciation Day

Nov. 21-25th- Thanksgiving Break

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Purpose of the Monthly Newsletter

All schools in Russell County are supported by Title I federal funds. Title I schools are required to set annual goals for school improvement, measure student progress using Alabama State Standards, and implement programs and services beyond what the district usually provides. The district and schools are also required to plan how they will involve parents and families in the education of their children. This newsletter is just one of many ways Russell County School District strives to keep families involved as well as educated on all Title I supports.

Annual Title I, Title II, and Parent Engagement Meeting

The annual Stakeholder meeting was held on August 25th from 5:45- 7:00 at the Warrior Training Center. All stakeholders have a right to know what is happening in their school district. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Mrs. Kimmel at kimmels@russellcsd.net.

Russell County School District

The Federal Programs Department administers federally funded education programs by providing assistance to schools in the Russell County School District. The primary goal is to improve achievement through increased parental involvement, teacher training, and additional student services. RCSD receives funding to administer programs under the federal mandate of "Every Student Succeeds Act."