Title 1 is a federal program that serves schools throughout the United States. The Title I program was reauthorized under the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (Public Law 107-110). The program provides extra help to students to assist them in meeting state and local education standards. The program serves millions of children in elementary and secondary schools each year. Most school districts participate. Funds are directed to schools with the highest poverty levels, measured by the number of students receiving free and reduced-price lunch.
For more information, go to http://www.fcps.edu/is/titlei/infcps.shtml
Title I Schoolwide Components Summary (pdf file)
Family Involvement Policy (pdf file)
Brookfield is committed to involve our parents with regularly scheduled family events during the course of the school year. These events include Partners In Print night, Curriculum Night, Minority Parent Forums, Hispanic Informative Evenings, Parenting Workshops, and many other activities focusing on academic programs provided at Brookfield.
School and Home Compact (pdf file)
The partnership between home and school is the key to success for students. We understand our roles in this partnership and know that together we can make a positive impact on student achievement.
Title 1 Programs at Brookfield
Step Up Math (SUM): This program is designed to increase the mathematics achievement of students in Title 1 schools. Our SUM teachers work with classroom teachers to assess student learning and to plan instruction that enables students to understand mathematical concepts, apply problem solving strategies, and develop computational skills. Our SUM teachers also provide ongoing professional learning for teachers at Brookfield. They work in classrooms as well as with small groups of students. Instruction is based upon the FCPS Program of Studies (POS), the Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL), and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) standards.
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