Welcome to Legacy Early College!
Our schools are hard at work every day building a strong foundation that will allow for student success and provide the necessary ingredients to make our children college bound. We keep a copy of our Title I Plan in the front office along with our School Report Card.
We invite parents and visitors to join us in any Title I Meeting, special events, or just stop by and say hello! If you have any suggestions to help us as we plan each year, or if you would like to volunteer, please come by the front office and place your idea in our suggestion box or see our office staff. We believe in keeping our partnership strong with our parents and community. We can't do it alone–success will require all of us! The best legacy you could leave is to make a difference and touch lives.
Title I Contact:
Elementary School Title I Parent Coordinator: Elena Leon
(bilingual) firstname.lastname@example.org 864-214-1600
Middle School Title I Parent Coordinator: Macy Ward
(bilingual) email@example.com 864-248-0646
High School Title I Parent Coordinator: D'Angelo Perez
(bilingual) firstname.lastname@example.org 864-214-1630
What is Title I?
Title I, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) provides financial assistance to states and school districts to meet the needs of educationally at-risk students. The goal of Title I is to provide extra instructional services and activities which support students identified as failing or most at risk of failing the state’s challenging performance standards in mathematics, reading, and writing.
- Joining our PTSO parent organization
- Volunteering at our school
- Attending parent-teacher conferences
- Communicating with your student’s teacher regularly, by writing notes, emails or telephoning the school.
- Keeping your child’s teacher informed about events in his or her life which may affect his/her performance at school
- Discussing with your child’s teacher or parenting personnel other ideas for parent involvement.
- Math materials
- Reading materials
- Books for reading for pleasure and information.
- Providing additional teachers to help keep class sizes small.
- Parenting coordinators to lead parenting workshops and events
- Parenting event materials
- Home School Newsletters
- Technology supplies and equipment
- Professional development for teachers to improve their ability to plan and facilitate instruction
The Parent Involvement Plan
Procedures for Processing Parent Complaints and Parent Suggestions
The Parent, Student Teacher Compact
ESSA Parent Guide
2018-2019 Report Cards