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Title I

Cranberry Station Elementary School has a Title I targeted assisted program.

Title I is part of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act authorized under the legislation, Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) of 2015.  It provides Federal funds to school districts, including Carroll County, to ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach proficiency on academic achievement standards and academic assessments.  Schools are ranked annually based on the proportion of children, pre-kindergarten to grade 5, who qualify for the Free and Reduced Meal program. 

Families can now apply for Free and reduced price meals online by visiting www.myschoolapps.com

Title I services are provided through:

  • Highly qualified staff
  • Small group instruction during the day
  • Family engagement/education
  • Professional development for staff
  • Instructional materials and resources
Title I Cranberry Station Elementary Staff Members

Position

 
Kathy Meade Title I Resource Teacher  
Lindsay Gehret Title I Resource Teacher  
Robin Cherney 

Parent Liason

 

 

Click here to access the Carroll County Public Schools Title I website.

CCPS Title I Equitable Services Brochure

Complaint Procedure

Certification Statement

2023-2024 School Improvement Plan

Parent and Family Engagement Plan

Home- School Compact 

 

 

Certification and Licensure Qualification Statement:

Federal legislation for education entitled "Every Student Succeeds Act" of 2015 requires all school systems to notify parents of their right to request information regarding the professional qualification of their child's classroom teacher.  If you would like information regarding the certification and/or licensure qualifications of your child's teacher(s), please write to:

Kelly Keith

Department of Human Resources

Carroll County Public Schools

125 North Court Street

Westminster, Maryland 21157

HOME-SCHOOL LEARNING COMPACT

Title I parents and Cranberry Station Elementary staff work together to create a Home-School learning compact. This compact outlines how parents, staff, and students will work together to improve student achievement and create meaningful partnerships.

2023-2024 Home - School Learning Compact

PARENT AND FAMILY INVOLVEMENT PLAN

Each year, the Parent and Family Engagement Plan is revised based upon input from parents and caregivers during Parent Focus Groups, family engagement events, surveys and electronic communication, and individual parent meetings. The parents, families and staff of CSE work closely together to review and revise the goals and activities for each school year. These goals and activities align with the Carroll County Public Schools Family Engagement Policy. They are categorized into six types of parent involvement:

1. Communication

2. Parenting/Family Engagement

3. Student Learning

4. Volunteering

5. Decision Making and Advocacy

6. Collaborating with Community

 Parent and Family Involvement Plan

 

Family Involvement Resources

There are many organizations that support schools, families and communities in their desire to meaningfully involve parents in their children’s education. Please take some time to visit the websites below to learn more about how you can be an involved parent, what other school districts are doing to involve parents, and how you can be an advocate for the needs of all children in our school community.

Family Fun Activities in Carroll County

There are lots of fun activities to do as a family right here in Carroll County.

Check out the following websites for places to visit and activities they are hosting.

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