Title I

Gordon Elementary School welcomes and encourages parental involvement in the education of their children. This page is designed to inform parents of involvement opportunities.


                                       

We at Gordon Elementary School need your help in planning our school policies.  Please take a few minutes to look over the attached DRAFT Parent Involvement Policy that outlines ways parents may be involved and the DRAFT School/Parent/ Student Compact that lists the responsibilities of the school, parents, and students.  Then fill out the bottom portion of this form and return it to your child’s teacher.  Thank you for your help and cooperation.  Click here for attachments.  You may also email your completed form to Kim Hyatt at hyattk@dillon.k12.sc.us.

K. Hyatt
Gordon Elementary School Title 1 Facilitator

                                     Mission Statement
The mission of Gordon Elementary School is to provide students with opportunities to become academically successful citizens in a safe and secure learning environment where students, staff, family and community work together.

 
What is Title I?
Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act provides financial assistance to state and local educational agencies to meet the needs of educationally deprived, at-risk children.  The goal of Title I is to provide instructional services and activities to meet the needs of disadvantaged children identified as failing or most at risk of failing the state’s challenging performance standards.

Title I Project
Dillon School District Four's Title I Project is available for inspection by the public in the Dillon School District Four Office of Student Services at 1738 Hwy 301 N., Dillon, SC 29536. Parents who may have questions, comments, or concerns about the Title I Project may contact Mrs. Lynn Liebenrood, Director of Student Services, at 774-1200.

Gordon Elementary School's Title I Project is available in the GES Media Center or in the main office. Questions or comments may be directed to Mrs. Kim Hyatt at 774-1227 or Hyattk@dillon.k12.sc.us.

Parents may make suggestions for the Title I Project at the welcome table during Family Night SLAM/PTO throughout the school year.

Family-Friendly Standards
**Fourth Grade          
**Fifth Grade
(Click on your grade level to access the Family-Friendly Standards.)

Title I/III/SIC Planning Team for 2020-2021
Rebekah Baker Lynn Liebenrood
Erin Burt             Kim Hyatt                 
Sarah Lynch Tonette Norton
Janice Dargan Dr. Michael A. McRae
Johnny Coe           Stevie Grice             
Deborah Lee Katrina McLellan
Tim Faulk Jacqueline Eagle
Brooke Wright  
Johnny Eller

Parent Nights

Sponsored by Title I, Family Night SLAM/PTO meetings are planned at Gordon Elementary School for the 2020-2021 school year.  At each of these events, information on Title I, academic content standards, State Standards, testing, and reading and math programs are presented to parents in attendance. 

We will hold parent nights this year as long as COVID 19 permits. Dates will be announced at a later time for future meetings.

  

Parent Conference Days

Parent visitation days will be scheduled during the school year to allow parents an opportunity to visit classrooms and speak with teachers.  Please use your child's agenda or call 774-1227 to schedule conferences as needed.

                    Parent Conference Days 2020-2021                          

                                October 29, 2020       November 12, 2020

                                February 11, 2021       March 18, 2021

                                

Parent Opportunities

  Parent Lunch Days
      Fall After School Showcase
   Spring After School Showcase
    Award Days  
      Real Men/Real Women Read
    Lunch Buddies 
  

                                      Read to Succeed
In June 2014, the South Carolina General Assembly passed Act 284 (Read to Succeed),as a monumental step toward closing the state’s achievement gap and increasing opportunities for all students in South Carolina. The goal of Read to Succeed is to ensure all students graduate from high school with the reading and writing skills they need to be college- and career-ready. Read to Succeed legislation is ground-breaking for South Carolina because it is comprehensive, systematic, and affects every educator and student in the state through eight components: 

1. State, district, and school reading plans 
2. Focus on third grade progression 
3. Summer reading camps 
4. Provision of reading interventions 
5. Requirements for in-service educator endorsements 
6. Early learning and literacy development 
7. Teacher preparation 
8. Reading Coaches