For more information, please contact us:Assistant Superintendent of Academics and Student Programs(541) 535-7502Bilingual Executive Assistant of Academics and Student Programs(541) 535-7520Title III and Migrant Education Coordinator(541) 535-3353Instruction Coordinator(541) 535-7522
Title I, Part A -- Improving Basic Programs: Title Ia provides supplemental resources to the district to ensure all children, particularly low-achieving children in the highest-poverty schools, have a fair, equal and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach, at a minimum, proficiency on challenging State academic achievement standards and State academic assessments.
Teacher Qualifications: Parents of students in Title I schools have a right to know about teacher qualifications. That means parents may request and receive information regarding the professional qualifications of the students’ classroom teachers, including: (a) whether the teacher is state-certified; (b) whether a teacher is teaching under emergency or other provisional status; and (c) the baccalaureate degree major of the teacher and any other graduate degree major or certification. Please direct inquiries to your school principal.
Title II, Part A – Teacher and Principal Training and Recruitment Program: The purpose of Title II, Part A is to increase the academic achievement of all students by helping schools and districts improve teacher and principal quality and ensure that all teachers are highly qualified.
Title III, Part A – Language Instruction for Limited English Proficient and Immigrant Students: The purpose of Title III is to benefit Limited English Proficient (LEP) children and immigrant youth. The Act states that LEP students must not only attain English proficiency but simultaneously meet the same academic standards as their English-speaking peers in all content areas. Please contact Maria Lee for additional information. Annual Report to the Legislature on English Language Learners 2016-17
Informe anual a la asamblea legislativa sobre los estudiantes del idioma inglés 2016-17
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act prohibits discrimination based on disability. All staff and administrators have the responsibility of insuring that all students with disabilities are identified, evaluated and provided with needed accommodations and services, resulting in a free appropriate public education.
Title IX - Prevention of Discrimination Based on Gender: Title IX is a comprehensive federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of gender in any federally funded education program or activity. The Title IX Coordinator for our district is Tiffanie Lambert. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Title X – The Education of Homeless Children and Youth: The purpose of Title X is to ensure that homeless students are provided a free, appropriate education despite the lack of a fixed place of residence or a supervising parent or guardian. Please contact Lucy Brossard if you, or a family you know of, are experiencing housing distress.
Talented and Gifted (TAG): Phoenix-Talent Schools are dedicated to identifying and providing for the unique academic and social emotional needs of Talented and Gifted students across the district. Our goal is to provide educational opportunities to students of all racial, ethnic, and socio-economic groups, to provide informational training to educators, and to provide consistent challenge for all students. Please contact the building principal for more information about TAG identification and services. It is our goal to provide appropriate educational programs and services through instructional, curricular, and administrative modifications to create educational opportunities for TAG students that will maximize their individual potential. We believe that TAG students exist in all racial, ethnic, gender, and socioeconomic groups and we are committed to identifying them and providing appropriate services.If you have questions about eligibility for your student, please contact your child’s school principal.