• Title I is a federally funded supplemental education program that provides financial assistance to local educational agencies to improve educational opportunities for our students. Title I programs are designed to help children meet the state content and performance standards in reading, language arts, and mathematics.

    For the 2016-2017 school year, North Coventry received the federal reward of "high progress", identifying the school as being distinguised among the top 5% Title I schools in the state for student progress. 
    In the 2018-2019 school year, North Coventry received the federal reward of "high achievement", identifying the school as being among the top 5% Title I schools in the state for student achievement.
    Additionally, for the 2018-2019 school year, North Coventry was recognized as a National ESEA Distinguished School.  Our school is one of two schools from the state to be recognized at the National Convention in Kansas City, Missouri in January 2019!

    Math Specialists:
    Mrs. Rachel Lemuell- rlemuell@ojrsd.com
    Mrs. Joyce DeVol – jdevol@ojrsd.com

    Reading Specialists:
    Mr. Brett Galambos- bgalambos@ojrsd.com
    Mrs. Shannon Rockafellow - srockafellow@ojrsd.com
    Mrs. Carly Youngblood - cyoungblood@ojrsd.com

    Parent Meetings

    Math and Reading Family Meeting – Yearly in the fall

    1.  What is Title I ?
    2.  Parent & Family Engagement Policy Review

    3.  Assessments and Screening used to determine
    student qualification

    4.  Parent Compact – How can the school and I work
    as partners to support my child?

    5.  Tips and Suggestions for supporting math and


    North Coventry Elementary School Home-School Compact

    The Owen J. Roberts District Community believes in “inspiring each student for success today and greatness tomorrow.” In order to achieve this mission, a strong home-school connection must be created and fostered for a lifetime. To ensure positive learning outcomes for all students, the following will be required:


    School Responsibilities

    ·         Provide researched-based curriculum and best practice for instruction in a supportive environment that enables the participating children to meet the States academic achievement standards  

    ·         Provide opportunities for family involvement and volunteering

    ·         Provide opportunities for parent/guardian training and support

    ·         Communicate regarding student’s academic growth at a minimum of 3 times per year

    ·         Provide communication regarding the professional providing instruction

    Home Responsibilities

    ·         Provide the environment and opportunities for students to reinforce/practice concepts being taught at school

    ·          Stay informed regarding your child’s school policies and activities

    ·         Serve at and attend school events, to the extent possible


    Student Responsibilities

    ·         Demonstrate personal responsibility for his/her own learning and academic growth

    ·         Record homework in planner and bring materials needed home


    Updated annually the fall Title 1 Parent Meeting

    Last update - 10/18/18



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