The office is currently closed for summer break and will reopen Monday, July 11. School begins Thursday, August 4. For your convenience, you may enroll your child online and complete re-enrollment for returning students at any time at mpsaz.org/enroll or for assistance contact the office beginning July 11. | La oficina se encuentra cerrada por las vacaciones de verano y reabrirá el lunes 11 de julio. El primer día de clases es el jueves 4 de agosto. Puede inscribir a sus hijos en línea o completar la reinscripción para estudiantes que regresan en cualquier momento en mpsaz.org/enroll o para asistencia contacte a la oficina a partir del 11 de julio.

Title I

The purpose of Title I-Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) (signed into law on December 10, 2015, replacing No Child Left Behind) is to “provide all children significant opportunity to receive a fair, equitable, and high-quality education, and to close educational achievement gaps”.

Irving Elementary receives additional supplemental funds through a Title 1 grant from the federal government to provide extra supplementary services for all our students.  Your children will benefit directly of indirectly from this extra help.  Funds can be used to:

·             Hire instructional personnel to assist teachers within the classrooms

·             Provide training for staff and teachers

·             Provide additional instructional materials and technology

·             Ensure high-quality Schoolwide Programs

·             Increase parent involvement participation

 

We are pleased to have these funds to provide high quality instruction for all children.

Title I District Page

Click here for our Integrated Action Plan

Click here for our Parent Involvement Policy (English/Spanish)

Click here Parent Compact in English/Spanish

Click here for our What's Title 1? Newsletter Article

Click here for our Parents Right to Know Newsletter Article

Click here for our Title 1 Presentation

Click here for What Every Student Should Know and Be Able to Do