Title I Information
Title I and Parent Involvement
Parent involvement is a critical part of every child's education. This is even more true for students who may be struggling academically.
District 624 actively promotes the participation of the parents of Title I children in a wide variety of opportunities. The District 624 Title I Parent Involvement Plan
describes how we do this.
Title I and Parents' Right to Know
NCLB Section 1111(h) (6) (A)
No Child Left Behind (NCLB) requires school districts to notify parents of all children attending Title I schools that they have the right to request and receive timely information on the professional qualifications of their student's classroom teachers.
District 624 has high standards for all of its instructional staff and only employs those who meet or exceed NCLB's Highly Qualified requirements. If your child is enrolled in one of District 624's Title I schools and you require information about the professional qualifications of your child's classroom teacher, we will respond in a timely manner with the following:
- Whether or not the teacher has met Minnesota's licensing requirements for the grade levels and core academic subjects he or she teaches;
- Whether or not the teacher is teaching under a variance status;
(You can review these first two pieces of public information at education.state.mn.us. Follow the links to Teacher Support : Educator Licensing : View an Individual Educator's License.)
- The education level and subject area of the teacher's college degree major, and any graduate degree or certificate held;
- Whether your child is provided services by paraprofessionals, and if so, their qualifications.
How do I request information about the qualifications of my child's teacher? Call the 651-407-7549 and leave you and your student's name, your phone number, school and grade, and the name of the teacher about whom you are requesting this information. We will provide this information to you in an understandable and uniform format and, to the extent practicable, in a language you can understand. This information will be mailed to your address of record.
In addition, the district or your child's school will always provide you with:
Parent Tip Links