• Parent Involvement in New Jersey Title I Schools


    Title I is a federal program under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) as reauthorized by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB). Title I covers the fiscal and program requirements for improving the academic achievement of students who attend schools eligible for Title I. The purpose of Title I is to ensure that all children have a fair, equal and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach, at minimum, proficiency on challenging State academic achievement standards and state academic assessments. 

    Each district that receives Title I, Part A funds must develop a written parental involvement policy that establishes a district's expectations for parent involvement. Below please find links to Ewing Township Public Schools communications regarding parent involvement.

    Title I School - Parent Compact

    The Parent-School Compact defines the shared responsibility for improving student academic achievement.

    FMS Title I School - Home Compact Letter 23-24 dated 9/2023

    The Ewing Public Schools Title I Parent Involvement Policy P2415.04

    A school district that receives Title I funds must implement programs, activities, and procedures for the involvement of parents in programs assisted by Title I funding. This policy was revised and approved by the Ewing Board of Education on February 11, 2011

    Parent Involvement Policy Acknowledgement Letter

    Federal law (NCLB) requires The Ewing Public Schools to distribute our parent involvement policy to parents with students enrolled in schools receiving Title I funds. This letter acknowledges receipt of Policy 2415.04: Title I - District-Wide Parent Involvement

    Title I Parent Right to Know Letter 22-23 dated 8/1/22  Under the No Child Left Behind Act, The Ewing Public Schools  is required to inform parents of their right to ask schools about the qualifications of their child's teachers for all schools receiving Title I funds.

    I have a Question: What Parents and Caregivers Can Ask and Do to Help Children Thrive at Schools: What Parents Should Know About Title 1

    Homework Tips for Parents


    Title I Policy Numbers






    ESL Entrance Parent Notification Letter
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