Title 1 - Bloomingdale Compacts

Published on: 8/25/2022
Title 1 Team Puzzle

​​What is Title I?                        

BES is identified as a Title I school as part of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). Title I schools are designed to support State and local school reform, to enhance efforts to improve student achievement, and to support family/ engagement. 

What is a Title I Family Engagement Policy?

This is a policy that describes how BES will provide opportunities to improve family engagement to support student learning. We value the contributions and involvement of families/ parents to establish an equal partnership for the common goal of improving student achievement. This policy describes the different ways that the school will support family/parent engagement and how families/parents can help plan and participate in activities and events to promote student learning at school and at home.

What is a Title 1 Family/Parent–School Compact?

A family/parent-school compact is a written agreement that family/parents, students and teachers will work together to ensure all students reach grade-level standards. Compacts are jointly developed using input from families provided at the spring Family Forum and through our Annual Evaluation Surveys. We share the responsibility for improved student academic achievement and the means by which the school and families/parents will build and develop a partnership to help students achieve this goal. In fall of each year compacts are sent home to gain family/parent signatures and to be used at parent conferences during the school year. ​

Title 1 Bloomingdale Compacts --- Kindergarten - 5th Grade

Bloomingdale Family Engagement Policy.pdf

Bloomingdale Kindergarten Compact.pdf

Bloomingdale First Grade Compact.pdf

Bloomingdale Second Grade Compact.pdf

Bloomingdale Third Grade Compact.pdf

Bloomingdale Fourth Grade Compact.pdf

Bloomingdale Fifth Grade Compact.pdf

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