Title I Newsletter

October 2020

Important Dates

October 12 - i-Ready window closes

October 16 - Title I Zoom 8:00 - 10:00 (Have chapters 1-3 read in Engage Every Family.)

October 20 - MaxScholar Roster due

Engage Every Family: Five Simples Principles by Steven M Constantino

"The Principles are a systematic process that can be overlaid into schools or school districts so that measurable and tangible results can be recorded and celebrated." The logic model below represents the thinking behind the program. It is designed into a logical sequence of action. Schools wishing to bring about systemic reform in family engagement should begin at the beginning with Principle 1 and follow the model clockwise.
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MaxScholar Rosters Due

Your school's final MaxScholar Roster is due by October 20th. Do not wait until the last day of the i-Ready testing window to begin finalizing your MaxScholar lists. Who should be in MaxScholar?


  • Students in grades 1-3 who scored below the 12th percentile on the Winter Administration of MAP are required to have Tier 3 Intervention.
  • Kindergarten students who score below 405 on FLKRS are also required to have Tier 3 Intervention.
  • Students in grades K-3 who score in the Red Zone on i-Ready Diagnostic, using the Beginning-of-the-Year view, are also required to have Tier 3 Intervention.


Once a student begins instruction with MaxScholar, he or she will remain in the program for the entire year unless removed by the MTSS Team.

Why are we looking at Beginning-of-Year Placement in i-Ready?

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Partner with Families using i-Ready

You know that collaborating with students’ families is important. This year, it’s even more critical—especially if students find themselves learning at home. Students’ support networks are your greatest ally in ensuring they stay engaged and on track with their learning.


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REMINDER: Hispanic Heritage Month

Student essay contest winners will receive a 4-Year Florida College Plan scholarship provided by the Florida Prepaid College Foundation

First Lady Casey DeSantis announced that the theme for Hispanic Heritage Month will be “Celebrating Untold Stories and Contributions of Hispanic Americans in Florida” and released information regarding the student art and essay contests and Excellence in Education awards. Hispanic Heritage Month is recognized and celebrated in the United States from September 15 to October 15.

For more information visit http://floridahispanicheritage.com/.