The Elementary and Secondary Education Act and the current version entitled No Child Left Behind have continuously supported parent involvement as an essential part of a successful educational experience for students. Parent involvement is an important part of the Title I program in the School District of Oconee County.
Parents may call the school to schedule conferences and visits to their child's class. Materials, strategies, and help from teachers are available to all parents within a Title I school. Opportunities for active parent participation include, but are not limited to open house, parent workshops, school-parent compacts, parent-teacher organizations, conferences, class/school newsletters, and more.
Title I Brochure - English
Title I Brochure - Spanish
Parent Involvement Policy (Policy KB)- English
Parent Involvement Policy - Spanish
Parents Right to Know
Parents/guardians in Oconee County have the right to learn about the following qualifications of their child's teacher: state licensure requirements for the grade level and content area taught, the current licensing status of your child's teacher, and baccalaureate/graduate certification/degree. You may also request the qualifications of an instructional paraprofessional who serves your student in a Title I program or if your school operates a schoolwide Title I program. The school district ensures that parents/guardians will be notified in writing if their child has been assigned, or has been taught for four or more consecutive weeks by a teacher who is not considered highly qualified.
Complaint Resolution Procedures - English
Complaint Resolution Procedures - Spanish