Welcome to Title I
Mrs. Marshall Title I coordinator
Email address: Marshall.Josena@brevardschools.org
Phone: (321) 768-0465 ext. 47173
Parents, if you were not able to attend our Title I Annual meeting, you may access the presentation here: 2023-2024 Title I Annual Meeting Presentation
In this presentation you will find information on our Title I budget, overall school FAST scores and how you as a parent can stay in the know.
Educational Materials for Checkout
Various reading, math and parenting materials are available for check out through our Parent Resource Center. If you would like to receive any extra materials that could help your student in reading or math, please contact Josena Marshall (see above for email and phone #).
Students can also bring a note from a parent to Mrs. Marshall's attention. Once the permission slip has been sent home and returned and signed by a parent, she will then collect the items and send them home with the student. We ask when you are done with the materials or wish to switch out materials, please be sure they are returned in the same condition in which you received them, in the bag provided. If you would like more items, just put a note in the bag requesting them or send an email to Mrs. Marshall.
A variety of family involvement activities/events have been scheduled throughout the year. Please check our monthly McAuliffe newsletter, the printed school calendar, McAuliffe website calendar, and the McAuliffe Facebook page throughout the year as they are always being updated.
If you ever have any comments, suggestions, or any other input about the activities we offer, please contact Mrs. Marshall.
Reading and Learning Links
The Just Read, Families! website, www.justreadfamilies.org, offers parents the tools they need to nurture a reading-friendly environment at home.
Parents and families play a vital role in supporting the success of children in reading. Visit www.JustReadFlorida.com for ideas about how to help your child with reading.
For early readers, visit www.starfall.com where READING IS FUN!
Children learn in many different ways. For information on learning differences, visit www.allkindsofminds.com.
For more information about learning disabilities, visit www.ldonline.org.