Title I Parent Involvement Policy

County Parent Involvement Plan

The Title I Parent Advisory Council reviews the policy and determines changes to be made.  If you are interested in becoming a member, please contact your principal

County Support

The county Title I office provides assistance to schools in planning parental involvement activities.

Coordinate and Integrate Parent Involvement Programs

The county will coordinate parental involvement programs with Head Start, public preschool, and other programs and other activities to support parents in more fully participating in the education of their children.

School Improvement

Parents are invited to become members of the school improvement committee who develops the Title I plan at each school.  Contact your school’s principal if you are interested in becoming a member.

Provide Assistance in Understanding

  • End of Year State Assessment
  • STAR Assessment (given 3 times during the year)
  • Alternate Assessment (for students unable to take the typical state assessment due to special needs)
  • How to monitor your child’s progress
  • How to work with educators
  • How to help your children improve their academic achievement

Annual Evaluation

The county conducts an annual evaluation of the parent involvement policy.  Questions asked of parents are several questions including feeling welcome in the school, having an opportunity to volunteer and participate, having input into their child’s education, etc.

Surveys are used to develop more effective parent involvement and to revise the parent involvement policy.

Educate Staff

The county will, with the assistance of its schools and parents, educate its teachers, service personnel, principals and other staff on how to reach out to, communicate with, and work with parents as equal partners and how to implement and coordinate parent programs and build ties between parents and schools.

2017-18 County Parent
Involvement Activities

Back to School Blast — Community agencies share information with parents and backpacks with supplies are distributed to students—August 11, 2017 over 450 backpacks were distributed.

Putnam County Book Festival — In the spring, parents from all five Title I schools will have the opportunity to listen to authors and storytellers; have books signed; participate in word play, skits, and crafts; purchase used books; and visit with book characters.  If you would like to be part of the planning committee for this event, please contact Elizabeth Hoh at 304-586-0500  x1122.

Putnam County Schools
Office of Title I
 Elizabeth Hoh, Director of Elementary Ed.
77 Courthouse Drive
Winfield, WV 25213
304-586-0500 extension 1122
Email:  elizabeth.hoh@k12.wv.us
Distributed August 24, 2017