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Supplemental Educational Services (for Clay County Middle School Students)

By wvnet-support | November 10, 2016

School Choice for Clay County Middle School Students West Virginia’s public schools have been working hard to improve the performance of our students in reading, writing, and mathematics.  On state tests, most students are scoring well and are achieving mastery in these core subjects.  Our schools have shown that they can and will rise to…

Supplemental Educational Services (for Clay Elementary School Students)

By wvnet-support | November 10, 2016

2013-2014 Supplemental Educational Services and School Choice School Choice for Clay Elementary School Students West Virginia’s public schools have been working hard to improve the performance of our students in reading, writing, and mathematics. On state tests, most students are scoring well and are achieving mastery in these core subjects. Our schools have shown that…

Scientifically Based Research

By wvnet-support | November 10, 2016

High Yield Strategies Identified Scientifically Based Research Use of data to target improvement efforts Title I Compliance   High performing schools increasingly use data systems to inform decisions, manage processes, determine program effectiveness, forecast problems, and ultimately improve system responses to student needs.  The use of high quality, targeted data can effectively improve learning.  (Bernhartdt,…

Resources from Edvantia

By wvnet-support | November 10, 2016

Family and Teacher Resources from Edvantia West Virginia Parent Connections at Edvantia helps educators and families implement the parent involvement requirements of No Child Left Behind. Resources include tips for parents on helping children with reading, homework, and study skills. Activities for children and adults provide fun ways to encourage interest in reading, social studies,…

Podcasts (Parent Involvement)

By wvnet-support | November 10, 2016

Parent Involvement: Keys to Success No state official would argue that parent involvement is NOT important but, with pressures to implement federal and state education policies, sometimes other issues can draw attention away from parent involvement. This podcast series is devoted to issues related to parent involvement, especially as it relates to improving student learning,…

Parents Right-To-Know

By wvnet-support | November 10, 2016

PARENTS RIGHT-TO-KNOW (A) QUALIFICATIONS- At the beginning of each school year, a local educational agency that receives funds under this part shall notify the parents of each student attending any school receiving funds under this part that the parents may request, and the agency will provide the parents on request (and in a timely manner),…

Parental Involvement Rationale

By wvnet-support | November 10, 2016

Clay County Schools Parent Involvement Policy The Clay County Board of Education adopted a new parent involvement policy on August 21, 2006 that is designed to increase parent involvement in the schools.  The goal of the policy is to increase the participation of parents in regular, two way, and meaningful communication involving student academic learning…

Parent Involvement Policy

By wvnet-support | November 10, 2016

General Expectations The Clay County School District agrees to implement the following statutory requirements:     The school district will put into operation programs, activities, and procedures for the involvement of parents in all of its schools.  These programs, activities, and procedures will be planned and operated with meaningful consultation with parents of participating children.…

Four Pillars of Title I

By wvnet-support | November 10, 2016

No Child Left Behind is based on stronger accountability for results, more freedom for states and communities, proven education methods, and more choices for parents. Stronger Accountability for Results Under No Child Left Behind, states are working to close the achievement gap and make sure all students, including those who are disadvantaged, achieve academic proficiency.…

Early Intervention for Academic Success

By wvnet-support | November 10, 2016

Title I is the largest federal aid program for elementary and secondary schools. Through it, the federal government provides funding for school districts to support supplementary services designed to improve the educational performance of low-achieving children in high-poverty schools. Under the core Title I program, school districts receive funds through a multi-step allocation process and,…

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