What is Title 1?
How does Title 1 work?
What is the School Accountability Report Card?
What do Parents have the Right to Know?
How can parents become involved?
~ Parents can be members of a variety of committees: District Advisory Council (DAC), Parent Advisory Council (PAC), and School Improvement Team. Our PAC assists in developing the Parent Involvement Plan and Parent/Teacher/Student Compact, as well as determining how best to spend parent involvement funds.
~ MHS hosts a variety of Parent Involvement Activities that will give parents ideas to use when working with their children at home. These include: annual Title I meeting; academic parent trainings (Reading/Writing, Math, Science), PreK transition meeting, and Parent Resource Center (PRC) trainings.
What is the School, District and State Report Card?
The Florida Department of Education is pleased to announce the release of the 2018-2019 School, District, and State Report Cards in the EduData Portal (http://edudata.fldoe.org).
These report cards serve as a valuable resource for parents, educators and stakeholders by offering greater transparency into how Florida’s districts and schools are doing regarding student achievement and success. It not only provides the 2018-2019 performance data, but also contains a State Report Card, educator qualifications and equity, per-pupil expenditures, and national data.
The department will continue to update information in the report cards as new data becomes available, as well as develop new enhancements based on user feedback received through the portal. News and updates about ongoing enhancements will be provided to those who subscribe through the portal.
If you need assistance accessing or navigating the EduData Portal, please contact your school’s Title I Contact, Lindsey Lawrence or Alyssen Betts at 850- 892-1290.