Parents of Title I students must be informed of
their child’s progress.
Some type of report, reflecting a child’s progress in the Title
I program, must be sent home to the parents. This report may be sent
during conferences, with other report cards, or any other time deemed
suitable for the Title I program. It is also suggested that when sending
student progress report, include suggestions for parents to use to help
their children achieve success with skills they are struggling with.
Reading Progress Reports
- Title I
Report Card/Progress Report
- Running Record, and
- Word Attack, Vocabulary, Comprehension, Writing,
Work Habits, Behavior, and At Home Reading Assessments.
- Title I Progress
- CCC Results,
- Title I Optional Assessment Rubric Score Results, and
- Space for Narrative
Assessment Comments from the Title I teacher.
- Title I Reading
- GatesMacGinitie Assessment,
- Reading Checklist, and
- List of Novels Read.
- Title I Student
- Sight Word List,
- Teacher Anecdotal Records of Reading Behaviors,
- Portfolio Contents and
- Checklist of Reading Behaviors and Strategies Used When
- Title I Strategy
Use Progress Report
- Reading Inventory Progress,
- Strategy Use [based on Running Records,
- Teacher Anecdotal Notes.
- Title I Reading Progress Report - Lower Elementary
- Title I Reading Progress Report - Middle School