Title I is a federally-funded program that helps schools provide assistance to students who may need additional help in meeting success at school. Madison Primary and Waverly Yowell Elementary are targeted-assistance Title I schools.
Title I Teachers and Staff
Fran Roebuck, Lead Title I Teacher, Madison Primary
Cora Chlebnikow, Madison Primary
Cindy Pattie, Madison Primary
Rebecca Bader, Waverly Yowell Elementary
Supplemental Education Services: All services will be held at MPS on Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30 - 5:00 p.m. or in the student's home.
Number of Students Eligible/Served:
Madison Primary School: 209/22
Waverly Yowell Elementary School: 165/19
A student is eligible to receive Title I services if the school identifies the student as “failing, or most at risk of failing, to meet the state’s challenging student academic achievement standards.”
How Can Parents Help Their Children Succeed?
- Read to and with your child every day
- Make stories come alive for your child when you read. Be animated and use different voices
- Listen to your child read to you
- Be patient—let your child read aloud at his or her own pace. Offer help only when needed.
- Discuss what you read together. Ask questions, and listen attentively to your child’s answers.
- Make reading time special. Cuddle up in a quiet, comfortable spot. Your child will associate reading with feeling secure, relaxed and loved.
- Talk with your child’s teachers monthly. Attend conferences with your child’s teacher.
- Visit your child’s school.
- Visit your child’s classroom.
- Help your child use words to describe what he/she sees, thinks and feels. Listen and respond to what they say.
- Help your child use writing at home. Encourage them to write notes to others, letters and cards, stories, shopping lists, and messages. Help your child write about pictures they draw.
- Show off your children’s writing by putting it up with tape or magnets.
- Take your child to the public library. Get a library card (it’s free!).
Parent Advisory Committee
The Title I Parent Advisory Committee will meet twice each school year. The committee will provide a forum for parents to assist in the planning, review, and improvement of the school plan. They discuss ways to improve student achievement as well as improve parent and community involvement. If you are interested in serving on the Parent Advisory Committee, please contact Renee Honaker, Supervisor of Instruction, 540-948-3780
Parent Right to Know
Parents may request information on the professional qualification of their child’s classroom teacher. Information is available at the following Virginia Department of Education site: https://p1pe.doe.virginia.gov/tinfo/ or for more information, contact Allan McLearen, Assistant Superintendent of Administration, 540-948-3780
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