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Title 1 Advisory Committee (T1AC)

The Title I Program is a federally funded aid program directed to schools where students need extra help to meet the standards set by the state. The purpose of the Compensatory Education program is to meet the educational needs of economically disadvantaged children and children in local institutions for neglected or delinquent children. Participants include students who are at risk of failing and students receiving Special Education Services and non-public schools. Compensatory Education Program funds supplemental services needed to raise the academic achievement of K-12 students in basic and advanced skills.

Additional support may be provided through staff development, and health and guidance services. Parents who have children being served have the opportunity to participate in the design and implementation of the program. Parents of children identified for the program must be notified at an annual meeting held by the school.

A Title I/CEAC composed of parents of participating children, school staff, and community, works cooperatively to increase student academic achievement.

a. FUNCTION

The TI/CEAC advises the SSC on the development and implementation of an effective supplemental program and/or services that meet the needs of Title I students. Parents of children being served have the opportunity to participate in the design and implementation of the program through activities such as development of a parent involvement policy, home-school compacts, parent training, and volunteer participation in school activities.

b. COMPOSITION

The majority of Title I/CEAC members must be parents (EC 54425). Membership is open to parents of students receiving Title I services. A minimum of 12 members is required in the composition. In SWP schools all parents are eligible.

 c. ELECTION PROCEDURES

• An orientation meeting is held annually before the committee can be established to inform parents about the requirements of their involvement and their role in the committee.

• Elections must be held at least five (5) working days after orientations have been conducted and then (10) days after notices have been publicized.

• A District Parent Involvement Specialist will conduct and certify the election.

• Members are elected by their peers.

• In a school-wide program, all parents are eligible.

• Officers are elected by the entire Title I/CEAC membership (parents and staff).

• Election of members and officers shall be concluded by the end of the academic year.

• All parents of eligible students shall elect representatives and alternates to serve on the District Advisory Committee (DAC) (EC54425).

d. DUTIES OF OFFICERS

Officers must meet eligibility. The following officers must be parents of students at school: Chairperson, Vice-Chairperson, Representative, and Alternate. 

1. CHAIRPERSON:

• presides at all Title I/CEAC meetings.

• plans agenda.

• coordinates the functions of the committee.

• maintains order at all meetings.

• is fair and impartial.

• assists in the development of the section of SCE/Title I of the SPFSA.

2. VICE-CHAIRPERSON:

• performs the duties of the chairperson in his or her absence.

• participates in the agenda planning.

• facilitates the functioning of committees as outlined in school bylaws.

3. REPRESENTATIVE:

• attends monthly DAC meetings as the Representative from the school.

• disseminates information from the District and provides a report to TitleI/CEAC school meetings.

• communicates with the alternate when attendance at meetings, training, and in-services is not possible.

• is informed about SPFSA, Title I/CEAC budget, Bylaws and parliamentary procedures.

Orientations & Elections Publication Parent Involvement Department Revised March 2009-10

4. ALTERNATE:

• serves in the absence of the representative.

• maintains communication with the representative and keeps up to date with representative and tasks.

5. SECRETARY:

• maintains a written record of all meetings.

• keeps a roster of membership and attendance.

• records and reads the minutes of all meetings.

• establishes quorum.

• presides in the absence of the Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson.

6. PARLIAMENTARIAN:

• resolves questions of procedure, often with the help of “Robert’s Rules of Order”.

e. BYLAWS

Each Title I/CEAC is responsible for writing its bylaws. Bylaws are to include term limits for the Title I/CEAC members and shall be signed and dated by all of the officers and a copy should be submitted to the District’s Parent Involvement Department.

 

NOTE: When amending or adopting committee’s bylaws once approved and signed a copy must be sent to the District Parent Involvement Department to ensure they are compliant with all federal, state, and District requirements. A Specialist may be invited to facilitate the development of the bylaws.

 

Advisory Committee (T1AC)

VACANT Chairperson and DAC Representative
VACANT Vice Chairperson
VACANT Secretary
VACANT Alternate to DAC
VACANT Member
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