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Title I Parent Involvement Policies

Title I Parent Involvement Policies

The LAUSD Parent Involvement Policy was mailed October 24, 2016. Hooper Avenue's School Parent Compact and Parent Involvement Policy was mailed on January 9, 2016.


Title I LAUSD Parent Involvement Policy


1.  LAUSD will involve parents in the joint development of the LAUSD Program Improvement Plan by inviting parents of Title I students to participate in Title I Parent Study Groups at each Educational Service Center (ESC), in the District’s Title I Focus Group, and in school level activities related to the LAUSD Program Improvement Plan, including budget and program development for all categorical programs. The District will also invite parents to
participate in special training to support their understanding of the LAUSD Program Improvement Plan and the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA).


2.LAUSD, through the Parent Community Student Services Branch (PCSB) and the Parent and Community

Engagement (PACE) staff at each ESC, will provide the coordination, technical assistance, and other support necessary to assist Title I schools in planning and implementing effective parent involvement activities to improve student academic achievement and school performance. Staff from PACE and PCSB will develop tools and curriculum and will provide training to school staff in the following areas: School Goals for Parent Engagement Special assistance to targeted schools Capacity - building program Partnership Action Teams School Volunteer Program


3. LAUSD will build the schools’ and parents’ capacity for strong parental involvement by providing the training and tools necessary for schools to operate effective parent engagement programs from pre-school to 12th grade. Through PCSB and ESC PACE staff, the LAU SD will support school capacity - building initiatives through the following: Training for parents on District academic initiatives Parent and Family Center Improvement Program Training for school staff on how to support parent engagement


4. LAUSD will coordinate and integrate the parental involvement strategies described in this policy with parental involvement strategies under other programs, including those managed by other LAUSD departments and or/units:


Multilingual and Multicultural Education Division of Special Education

Early Childhood Education

Federal and State Education Programs

Information Technology Division

Office of the Chief Operating Officer Beyond the Bell

Student Integration and School Choice

Office of Data and Accountability


5. LAUSD will conduct, with the involvement of parents, an annual evaluation of the content and effectiveness of the parental involvement policy in improving the academic quality of Title I schools, including identifying barriers to greater parent participation in Title I activities (with particular attention to parents who are economically disadvantaged, are disabled, have limited English proficiency, have limited literacy, or are of any racial or ethnic
minority background). LAUSD will use the findings of such evaluation to design strategies for more effective parental involvement and to revise as needed, the District Title I Parent Involvement Policy. The District will utilize ESC Title I Parent Study Groups to examine the effectiveness of the parent engagement strategies and programs on student achievement at Title I schools.


6. LAUSD will involve parents in the activities of Title I schools, will ensure schools communicate effectively with parents, welcome them as partners, and provide opportunities to help them support their children’s learning and achievement. LAUSD will ensure that parents are knowledgeable about student and school performance data, their rights and responsibilities, including their right to choose a school for their children, and how to support their children’s education.


This is a summary of the LAUSD Title I Parent Involvement Policy passed in December of 2012.

A hard copy of the entire policy may be requested at each school.


Title I School Parent Involvement Policy


Hooper Avenue Elementary School has developed a written Title I parental involvement policy with input from Title I parents. Staff and Parents looked at the parent involvement policy during a staff meeting and during our Title 1 meeting to review how parents and staff can work together for the success of the students at our school site.  The policy describes the means for carrying out the following Title I parental involvement requirements [20 USC 6318 Section 1118(a)-(f) inclusive].


To involve parents in the Title I program at Hooper Avenue Elementary School, the following practices have been established:

  • The school convenes an annual meeting to inform parents of Title I students about Title I requirements and about the right of parents to be involved in the Title I program.
  • Flyer was sent to invite parents to our Title 1 meeting.
  • Posters were posted at the dismissal gates announcing the Title 1 meeting.
  • Connect Ed. Call was made to parents to invite them to the Title 1 meeting.
  • The school offers a flexible number of meetings for Title I parents, such as meetings in the morning or evening
  • We offered the meeting in the morning, due to a better turn out of parents in the morning than the afternoon.
  • We have offered afternoon meetings but a small number of parents attend meetings in the evening.
  • The school involves parents of Title I students in an organized, ongoing, and timely way, in the planning, review, and improvement of the school’s Title I programs and the Title I parental involvement policy.
  • Parents review the parent policy during the Title 1 meeting.
  • Parents review the parent policy during our ELAC meeting as well since we are School Wide
  • Parents are able to come in with our Community Representative or the Coordinator to discuss Parent Involvement.


The school provides parents of Title I students with timely information about Title I programs.

  • Parents are given a copy of the Parent Involvement Policy prior to the Title 1 Meeting.
  • Parent Policy is posted in the Coordinator’s office and in the main office.
  • Parents are also informed during enrollment.
  • The school provides parents of Title I students with an explanation of the curriculum used at the school, the assessments used to measure student progress, and the proficiency levels students are expected to meet
  • Parents are trained in the parent center regarding the curriculum and assessments.
  • Parents have received training with the Common Core Assessments.
  • Parents have also been trained on the Smarter Balance Testing.
  • Parents also receive information regarding the curriculum and assessments during parent conferences.
  • If requested by parents of Title I students, the school provides opportunities for regular meetings that allow the parents to participate in decisions relating to the education of their children.
  • Parents are given an opportunity to meet individually or in a group setting with the Coordinator, Title III Coach,Instructional Coach or the teacher to participate in their child’s education.
  • Parents are also invited to the Student Success Team to discuss students educational success.
  • Parents are invited to the Language Appraisal Team to discuss the needs of each individual student to ensure that students are successful.


Hooper Avenue Elementary School distributes to parents of Title I students a school-parent compact. The compact, which has been jointly developed with parents, outlines how parents, the entire school staff, and students will share the responsibility for improved student academic achievement. It describes specific ways the school and families will partner to help children achieve the State’s high academic standards. It addresses the following legally required items, as well as other items suggested by parents of Title I students.

  • The school’s responsibility to provide high-quality curriculum and instruction
  • The ways parents will be responsible for supporting their children’s learning
  • The importance of ongoing communication between parents and teachers through, at a minimum, annual parent-teacher conferences; frequent reports on student progress; access to staff; opportunities for parents to volunteer and participate in their child’s class; and opportunities to observe classroom activities
  • During the Title I Meeting parents were shown the policy and it was discussed on how to improve the Parent Policy.
  • Parents input was annotated.
  • Parents input was also included in the Parent Policy



Hooper Avenue Elementary School engages Title I parents in meaningful interactions with the school. It supports a partnership among staff, parents, and the community to improve student academic achievement. To help reach these goals, the school has established the following practices.

  • The school provides Title I parents with assistance in understanding the State’s academic content standards, assessments, and how to monitor and improve the achievement of their children. Parents attend the Title I meeting.
  • Parents are invited to Back to School Night and Open House to view the standards and to observe what is being taught at each grade level.
  • Parents are given at each grade level what standards students need to acquire before leaving that grade specific grade level.
  • Parents are invited to parent workshops to go over the State’s academic Content Standards.
  • Parents are invited to training where assessments are reviewed.
  • Teachers assist parents during parent conferences in understanding the standards and assessments.
  • Parents are invited to the Student Success Team and Language Appraisal Team to discuss individual students needs and educational needs
  • The school provides Title I parents with materials and training to help them work with their children to improve their children's achievement.
  • Parents are invited to various parent workshops in order to improve the success of students.
  • Parents are invited to the Student Success Team and Language Appraisal Team to discuss individual student’s needs and educational needs.
  • With the assistance of Title I parents, the school educates staff members about the value of parent contributions, and in how to work with parents as equal partners.
  • Staff discusses the Parent Involvement Policy during staff meetings.

The school coordinates and integrates the Title I parental involvement program with other programs, and conducts other activities, such as parent resource centers, to encourage and support parents in more fully participating in the education of their children.

  • Parents are welcomed at our school site for different activities (i.e. Back to School Night, Open House, School Assemblies).
  • Parents are also invited to School Programs(i.e.Halloween Program, Christmas Program, African American Program, Spring Festival and culmination).



  • The school distributes Information related to school and parent programs, meetings, and other activities to Title I parents in a format and language that the parents understand.
  • Parents receive flyers, Connect Ed. Calls in both English and Spanish.
  • Translation in English and Spanish is offered to parents during conferences and meetings.


  • The school provides support for parental involvement activities requested by Title I parents.
  • Parents are given the opportunity during meetings, parent workshops, and conferences to request different parental involvement activities.
  • Parents participate not only in academic workshops but parents are also given trainings on health issues by our Healthy Start Coordinator and our School Counselor.
  • Parent requests are honored when they request a Students Success Team meeting or a Language Appraisal Team meeting.



Hooper Avenue Elementary School provides opportunities for the participation of all Title I parents, including parents with limited English proficiency, parents with disabilities, and parents of migratory students. Information and school reports are provided in a format and language that parents understand.

  • Parents are informed in English and Spanish of all of our meetings.
  • Our parents who have students with disabilities are informed during their IEP’s
  • Our parents of English Learners receive Annual Notification Letters with students progress.
  • Our parents are given the CELDT reports during parent conferences where teachers discuss student progress.
  • Our parents receive Initial Test Notification Letters.
  • Our parents receive Progress Monitoring Letters for students that have reclassified.

Politica para la inclusion de los Padres de Familia de Titulo 1


Hooper Avenue Elementary School a desaroyado una Politica para la inclusion de los Padres de Familia de Titulo 1 con las sugerencias de los padres.   El personal y los padres repasaron esta politica durante una reunion de personal y durante la reunion con padres de Titulo 1, para repasar con el personal y los padres pueden trabajar juntos para que los estudiantes tengan exito en la escuela.  La Politica se a distibuido a los padres de Titulo 1.  La Politica fue distribuido durante las conferencias de padres y maestros y se mando a casa de igual manera.  La politica describe como se llevara ababo los siguientes requisites como son descrbidos en [20 USC 6318 Section 1118(a)-(f) inclusive].


Para involucrar a los padres en el programa de Titulo 1 en  Hooper Avenue Elementary School, las siguientes practicas han sido establesidas:

  • La escuela tiene una reunion annual para informar a los padres de estudiantes de Titulo 1 sobrelos requisites de Titulo 1y sobre los derechos de los padres que estan involucrados en el programa de Titulo 1.


  • Un bulletin se mando para inviter a los padres a la reunion de Titulo 1.
  • Carteles se pusieron en las salidas para anunciar la reunion de Titulo 1.
  • Una llamada de Connect Ed. Se hizo para inviter a los padres a la reunion de Titulo 1.



  • La escuela ofrece una cantidad de tiempos flexibles para la reunion de Titulo 1 en la mañana o en la tarde.
  • Ofrecimos la reunion en la mañana, por la razon que tenemos mas padres en la mañana que en la tarde.
  • Hemos ofrecido reuniones en la tarde pero un grupo pequeño participa en la tarde.


  • La escuela involucra a los padres de Titulo 1 la Politicade una manera organizada, continuamente, y en un tiempo apropiado en la planificacion, repaso y mejoramiento de los programas de Titulo 1 y la Politica para la inclusion de los Padres de Familia de Titulo 1.


  • Los padres repasan la politica durante la reunion de Titulo 1
  • Los padres repasan la politica durante la reunion de ELAC ya que toda la escuela es Titulo 1.
  • Los padres pueden venir con la representante de la comunidad o la coordinadora para discutir el involucramiento de padres.


  • La escuela provee a los padres de estudiantes de Titulo 1 informacion sobre los programas de Titulo 1 en manera apropiada.
  • A los padres se les da una copia de la Politica para la inclusion de los padres de Titulo 1 antes de la reuinion de Titulo 1.
  • La politica de padres esta en la oficina central y en la oficina de la Coordinadora.
  • Los padres son informados durante el tiempo de ingreso.


  • La escuela informa a los padres de estudiantes de titulo 1 con una explicación del curiculo que se utilizara, los asesoramientos que se usan para medir el progreso de los estudiantes, y los niveles de proficiencia que los estudiantes deben alcanzar.
  • Los padres son entrenados en el Centro de Padres sobre el curiculo y los asesoramientos.
  • Los Ppadres han recibido entrenamiento sobre los asesoramientos de Common Core.
  • Los padres han sido entrenados sobre los examines de Smarter Balance.
  • Los padres reciben informacion sobre el curriculo y asesoramientos durante las conferencias de padres y maestros.


  • Si es pedido por los padres de estudiantes de titulo 1, la escuela prove oportunidades en reunions regulares que dan oportunidad de participara en decisions que se relacionan con la educación de sus hijos.
  • A los padres se les dan oportunidad de reunirse individualmente o en un grupo con la Coordinadora, Coordinadora de Titulo III , el maestro de Instruccion o el maestro de su estudiante para que puedan participar en la educacion de su hijo/a.
  • Los padres son invitadosParents are also invited to the Student Success Team to discuss students educational success.
  • Parents are invited to the Language Appraisal Team to discuss the needs of each individual student to ensure that students are successful.


La Escuela Hooper Avenue distribuye a los padres de estudiantes de Titulo 1 Compromiso de Padres y Escuela.  El Compromiso, que fue desaroyado juntamente con padres; delinea como los padres, el personal de la escuela, y estudiantes van a comportir la responsabilidad para mejorar el alcanze academic estudiantil.  Describe maneras especificas como la escuela y familias se van a poner de acuerdo como ayudar a sus hijos/as para alcanzar las metas estatales academicas.  El Compromiso sigue los reglamentos legales como son sugeridos por los padres de estudiantes de Titulo 1. 

  • La responsabilidad de la escuela prove curriculo de alta calidad y instruccion.


  • Las maneras como los padres van hacer responsables en apoyar el aprendizaje de sus hijos.


  • La importancia de comunicacion continua entre padres y maestros, a un minimo, conferencias anuales de padres-maestros, reports frecuentes del progreso de los estudiantes; accesso al personal, oportunidades que los padres sean voluntaries y que participen en el salon de su hijo/a; oportunidades de observar las actividades en los salones.



  • Durante la reunion de Titulo 1 se les mostro a los padres la Politica de Inclusion de Padres y se discutio como mejorar la Politica de Padres.
  • La sugerencias de los padres fue anotada.
  • Las sugerencias de los padres fueron incluidas en la Politica de Padres.



School-Parent Compact

Revised: October 16, 2016


Hooper Avenue Elementary-Parent Compact is committed to address the needs of all attending students assuring that school/parent relationship occurs for the betterment of student academic enrichment.


Staff Pledge:

I agree to carry out the following responsibilities to the best of my ability:

    •  Provide high-quality curriculum and instruction.

    • Endeavor to motivate my students to learn.

    • Have high expectations and help every child to develop a love of learning.

    • Communicate regularly with parents about student progress.

    • Provide a warm, safe, and caring learning environment.

    • Provide meaningful, daily homework assignments to reinforce and extend learning (30 minutes for grades 1-3 and 60 minutes for grades 4-5).

    • Participate in professional development opportunities that improve teaching and learning and support the formation of partnerships with families and the community.

    • Actively participate in collaborative decision making and consistently work with families and my school colleagues to make schools accessible and welcoming places for families which help each student achieve the school's high academic standards.

    • Respect the school, students, staff and families.

Student Pledge:

I agree to carry out the following responsibilities to the best of my ability:

    • Come to school ready to learn and work hard.

    • Bring necessary materials, completed assignments and homework.

    • Know and follow school and class rules.

    • Ask for help when I need it.

    • Communicate regularly with my parents and teachers about school experiences so that they can help me to be successful in school.

    •  Limit my TV watching and instead study or read every day after school.

    •  Respect the school, classmates, staff and families.

Parent Pledge:

 I agree to carry out the following responsibilities to the best of my ability:

    • Provide a quiet time and place for homework and monitor TV viewing.

    •  Read to my child or encourage my child to read every day (20 minutes 1-3, and 30 minutes for grades 4-5).

    • Communicate with the teacher or the school when I have a concern.

    •  Ensure that my child attends school every day, gets adequate sleep, regular medical attention and proper nutrition.

    •  Regularly monitor my child's progress in school.

    •  Participate at school in activities such as school decision making, volunteering and/or attending parent-teacher conferences.

    •  Communicate the importance of education and learning to my child.

    • Respect the school, staff, students, and families.













Adapted from http://www.cde.ca.gov/la/pf/pf