What is Title I?
Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act provides
financial assistance to state and local educational agencies to
meet the needs of at-risk children. The goal of Title I is to
provide instructional services and activities which support
students in meeting the state's challenging performance
Title I Part A/ Title I ARRA Funds are currently spent to support
the following initiatives:
teachers and paraprofessionals.
Opportunities for professional development for school staff.
learning opportunities (after school support or tutoring for at
teaching materials which supplement the regular instruction.
Involvement Coordinator to plan and direct Parent Involvement
care, translator and interpreter services for Parenting
Carrollton Middle School Title I Schoolwide Plan
Carrollton Middle School Plan de la
Know Your Rights
As the parent of a child in a Title I school, you have the right
progress reports on your child and the school
information about your child's teacher qualifications by contacting
your child's principal, Jason Mundorf, 770-830-0997
suggestions on how we can improve the services offered through
Title I Part A
Intradistrict Transfer Option - Under Georgia's Elementary
and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA) Flexibility Waiver that
was approved on February 9, 2012, Focus Title I Schools no longer
have to provide Public School Choice under the No Child Left Behind
of 2001 (NCLB) but rather has reverted to Georgia's Intradistrict
Transfer Option. The Intradistrict Transfer allows
parents/guardians the option to request a transfer from their
child's assigned school, to a school of the parents' choice within
the school zone/district in which their child resides.
However, Intradistrict Transfer is not an option at Carrollton City
Schools since there is only one school per grade level. If you have
additional questions or concerns, please contact Annette Murphy,
director of Title I and Federal Programs, at 770-834-7077 or email
her at email@example.com.
You can influence the success of your child in school more than any
teacher or federal program. As a parent, you can help support your
child's learning by
sure that homework is completed
Volunteering in your child's classroom or serving on parent
informed about your child's education and communicating with the
school by promptly reading
from the school or the school district and responding, as
Carrollton Middle School Title I Parent Involvement Plan
Carrollton Middle School Política de Participación
Title I Parent Involvement Calendar of Events
We value you as a parent, school partner, and participant in the
school improvement process. Please complete the attached
parent survey so we can get your suggestions for improvement of our
Title I parenting initiatives and allocation of Title I parenting
CMS parent survey- http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DKJYM6X
If you have additional questions or concerns please contact your
school principal, parent coordinator or Title I director.
Jason Mundorf, CMS Principal - 770-830-0997
Annette Murphy, Director of Title I, 770-834-7077
Gerald Byrd, Title I Parent Involvement Coordinator
Title I Resources and Helpful Links
Parent Resource Center : The Parent Resource Center is located
in the school's media center. In this center, you will find
materials and resources available to parents for checkout on family
topics and educational needs of your child. The center
is available for parents use Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m.
to 3:30 p.m.
Georgia Department of Education
Parent Information and Resource Center: The Parent Information
and Resource Center promotes successful and effective parental
involvement policies, programs, and activities that lead to
improvements in student academic achievement and strengthen
partnerships among parents, teachers, principals, administrators,
and other school personnel in meeting the educational needs of
Georgia Department of
Education's Parent Guide: The Georgia Department of
Education's Parent Guide offers up-to-date information about
education in Georgia as well as resources designed to serve parents
throughout their child's education.
Yearly Progress: This website will give you the status of
CMS's efforts concerning academic achievement.
FAQs About State Flexibility Waiver and Title I Schools: This
guide explains Georgia's new performance accountability system and
its impact on local schools, specifically Title I schools.
Title I comments or to report fraud, waste, abuse
If you have Title I or parent involvement complaints, compliments,
suggestions or concerns, please contact Annette Murphy, Title I
director, at 770 834-7077 or the Georgia
Department of Education.