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Title I Information
Title I programs are designed to improve academic outcomes for all students by strengthening instruction, promoting a culture of high expectations, engaging and empowering families, ensuring safe and healthy learning conditions, and providing a broad range of student supports.
The Parent Information quick link includes information from the District office:
LSMS Title I Info
LSMS Parent School Compact
We all play an important role in contributing to the academic, social, and emotional success of our children. It is essential, therefore, that we commit to working together as equal partners to ensure that all Lake Shore Middle School students reach their highest potential. Our faculty and staff promise to honor the knowledge you bring to us about your children, as well as the love you feel for them as a parent. At the same time, we also ask that you put your confidence in our expertise as educators who are committed to providing your children with a world-class education. Always remember that we share a common goal: Success for all children!
Please carefully review the Parent-Compact below as it outlines many of the key elements necessary for accomplishing our collective goals. Sign and return the bottom portion of this document.
School's Academic Goals
Our primary goal at Lake Shore Middle School is to engage all students with a rigorous standards-based curriculum in a safe and supportive learning environment to ensure high school, college, and career readiness.
Teachers agree to the following:
- Provide a safe, orderly, and supportive learning environment
- Plan and teach lessons that are aligned with Florida Standards
- Use strategies that are engaging and culturally responsive
- Monitor students and provide ongoing corrective feedback
- Work in partnership with parents to ensure student success
Parents agree to the following:
- Encourage your children to do their best
- Praise your children for their efforts and completion of tasks
- Remind your children to ask for help when they need it
- Monitor your children's grades on SIS or by calling the school
- Attend parent conferences and family workshops
- Inform the school of any contact information changes
Students agree to the following:
- Attend school every day unless you are sick
- Arrive at school and all classes on time
- Commit to working hard and believing in yourself
- Ask for help from an adult when you need it
- Get involved in clubs, sports, or other school activities
- Check your grades often and share them with your family
- Adhere to the behavioral expectations of the school and your individual teachers
Administrators agree to the following:
- Create a safe and orderly school environment
- Provide the materials, resources, and support needed to promote student success
- Ensure that all students are provided a world-class education
- Work in partnership with faculty and staff, families, and the community
- Communicate important information and events with all stakeholders in a timely manner
Please sign and return this portion as evidence of your agreement with this compact.
School Representative Signature Date
Parent/Guardian Signature Date
Student Signature Date
To be in compliance with Title I law, Part A, Section 1118, the Parent & School Compact must be developed with parental input. Academic goals and strategies should be reflected in the Compact. The final copy of the Parent & School Compact must be placed on the school letterhead and distributed to all parents.. Each school has unique needs and resources that should be reflected in the compact and agreed upon by representatives of all parties.
To download a copy in English To download a copy in Spanish To download a copy in Haitian Creole
FY23 Title I Annual Meeting
This is a video recording of the Lake Shore Middle Schools Annual Meeting
FY23 PFEP Summary
Lake Shore Middle School
2022-2023 Parent and Family Engagement Plan Summary
Parent and Family Engagement Mission Statement
The mission of the Lake Shore Middle School Parent and Family Engagement program is to foster an equal partnership between the school and families to increase student outcomes.
Annual Title I Meeting
Each year, families are invited to attend this meeting at the beginning of the school year to learn more about our school-wide Title I program and the requirements of Title I. Our meeting was held on Thursday, October 20, 2022.
Parent and Family Engagement Training
- Roadrunner Family Night - Beginning of Year: As a result of this training, families will be able to better support their children's learning by understanding the demands of grade-level standards in content area courses for the first semester.
- Roadrunner Family Night - Middle of Year: as a result of this training, families will be able to better support their children's learning by understanding the demands of grade-level standards in content area courses for the second semester.
- Roadrunner Family Night - End of Year: As a result of this training, families will be able to better support their children's learning by understanding the demands of grade-level standards and FAST/EOC testing in content area courses.
Coordination and Integration
- Migrant Education Program: Migrant Education provides extended learning opportunities in all core subject areas for our migrant students as well as school supplies.
- Drug Abuse Treatment Association: A counselor from this agency works closely with students and focuses on reducing risk factors generally associated with the progression of substance abuse use and mental health problems. The counselor also does home visits and participates in SBT and Wellness meetings.
- Communities in Schools of Palm Beach County: A counselor from the agency monitors student achievement and strengthens student problem-solving skills. Duties include individual and group counseling, home visits, assistance for parents, and getting involved in their child's education. The counselor also attends SBT and Wellness meetings.
Families will be invited to SAC, Town Hall, Family Nights, and other meetings throughout the year to receive academic information, reports, and provide input on ways the school, families, and students can share responsibility for student success.
Key Points of Communication
- Parents will be notified of our Title I programs via the Parent Link, SIS Gateway, marquee, and personal invitations/flyers.
- Parents will be notified about Florida State Standards, standardized and District assessments, and achievement levels via the Parent link, SIS Gateway, marquee, and personal invitations/flyers, parent conferences, progress reports, report cards, curriculum night.
- Parents will be invited to attend meetings and participate in evaluating and revising the school's current Parent and Family Engagement Plan and Compact.
- The members of the School Advisory Council will approve and revise the School Improvement Plan. Communication will occur via Parent Link, SIS Gateway, marquee, and flyers.
Accessibility for all Families
We encourage all families to attend meetings and events. School staff will provide the appropriate accommodation for families in need. All communications will be sent home in English, Spanish, and Creole. Parents who are hearing impaired will be provided assistance upon their request. Parents who are engaged in migratory work will be referred to the Migrant Education Program. Parents and families experiencing homelessness will be referred to the McKinney-Vento Program.
I have reviewed the Parent and Family Engagement Plan Summary for Lake Shore Middle School.
Family Member Signature: _____________________________________________________________________ Date: ____________________
Student's Name: _____________________________________________________________________________ Date: ____________________