Title I Documents
Important Title 1 Forms:
To view Title I Plan click here
To view the School Compact, click here.
En Espanol, aqui.
To view the Parent Involvement Policy, click here.
En Espanol, aqui.
To view the District Parent Involvement Policy, click here.
To view Family Friendly Standards, visit
What is Title I?
As a Title I school, it is our responsibility to inform parents of our academic progress as it relates to the ESEAWaiver. Monaview received a letter grade of "A" for the 2011-12 and 2012-13 school years. It is our goal to continue meeting our objectives in the areas of reading, mathematics, science, and social studies.
Some of the ways that Title I money is spent at Monaview is as follows:
- Smaller class size,
- Additional teacher training,
- Additional staff to assist teachers and parents,
- Parenting programs,
- Instructional technology and software,
- Before school program, and
- Supplemental classroom resources.
Within the Title I program it is recognized that involved parents are important for student success. Parents have the right to know how their child is progressing academically and how the school is performing on state tests. Parents can request information about their child's teachers' qualifications. Parents also have the opportunity to give input through surveys, evaluations, and serving on the Title I Planning Committee to help develop the school Title I plan.
Parents can participate in the education process in many ways. Parents have the opportunity to attend teacher conferences and school events. Supervising homework is another great way to help. Parents can always observe in your child's classroom and volunteer.
As a Title I school, it is our responsibility to inform parents of our academic progress as it relates to Adequate Yearly Progress.
Title I Planning Meetings:
Our Title I Planning/SIC Meetings occur monthly at 8:30 a.m. in the Parent Resource Room. Everyone is welcome to attend. The dates for the 2018-19 school year are as follows:
September 24 October 29
November 26 December 17
If a parent feels that the Title I plan is not being followed, you have a right to file a complaint. Please see the document in this link.