District Mission Statement
District and school-based Title I Parent Involvement Programs in Polk County will strive to build RELATIONSHIPS to create real family engagement for every child, every family, every teacher, every day.
Title 1 Overview
Components of Title 1 are:
- Effective Instruction
- Professional Development
- Parental Involvement
Studies show that the more parents are involved in the education of their child, the more academically successful that child will be. The goal of the Title I Parent Involvement program is to give school-based Parent Involvement Facilitators information, materials and resources to enable them to provide for their parents at the school-level. It is the job of the Facilitator to give parents the tools and resources necessary for them to help their child at home. Everyone working together in this way gives the child the best possible support for doing well in school.
Click here to go to the District Title 1 webpage.
School Improvement Plan
Click here to see the School Improvement Plan for Tenoroc High School.
District Title 1 Parent Involvement Plan and Parent Involvement Summary
Please click here to view the District Title 1 Parent Involvement Plan:
Click here for the District PIP Summary in English
Click here for the District PIP Summary in Spanish
Click here for the District PIP Summary in Haitian
For information on Title One, follow the direct link to the Florida Department of Education Title 1 website, by clicking here.
Click here if you would like to see the full power point titled, “What is Title One” which has been prepared by our district Title 1 staff.
School Parent Involvement Plan
Click here to see the Tenoroc's full Parent Involvement Plan.
A School Parent Involvement Plan Summary states the information for the School Parent Involvement Plan in paragraph form. It is a summary of the full version of the school parent involvement plan.
Click here to view the English version of the school Parent Involvement Plan Summary.
Click here to view the Title 1 Power Point titled “What is a School-Parent Compact” to find out more information what is in a school “compact.”
Click here to view the English version of Tenoroc High School’s first Title One Compact.
Click here to view the Spanish version of Tenoroc High School’s first Title 1 Compact.
Click here to view the Haitian version of Tenoroc High School’s first Title 1 Compact.
Please click here to view Polk County’s Parent Guide.
There are many resources available on the internet that can help bridge the gap between parents and students today. This information can assist parents in the areas of student achievement, motivation, communication and many more daily and educational activities. Research shows that when parents are directly involved with their children’s lives, their child will be more successful in school. Tenoroc High School’s Administration and Staff will continue to strive for excellence in educating your child and helping your child to reach his or her potential. The following websites may assist you in recognizing ways to become involved and engaged in your student’s education, and how you can make a difference in your student’s life as they progress through high school.
Parent Information Resource Center (PIRC) @ USF
PIRC stands for Parent Information Resource Center. Each month the FL
PIRC provides a Family Engagement Calendar.
Click here to view the Florida PIRC @ USF information and subscribe.
The Parent Institute Link
Your link to the Title I Page with the Parent Institute newsletter:
Title 1 Titan Times
The Title 1 Titan Times is a monthly newsletter put out by the Title 1 Facilitator at THS.
- September Title 1 Titan Times
- October Title 1 Titan Times
- November Title 1 Titan Times
- December Title 1 Titan Times
- January Title 1 Titan Times
- February Title 1 Titan Times
- March Title 1 Titan Times
- April Title 1 Titan Times
- May Title 1 Titan Times
Title One Parent Involvement Calendar
- September Parent Involvement Calendar
- October Parent Involvement Calendar
- November Parent Involvement Calendar
- December Parent Involvement Calendar
- January Parent Involvement Calendar
- February Parent Involvement Calendar
- March Parent Involvement Calendar
- April Parent Involvement Calendar
- May Parent Involvement Calendar
Right to Know Letter
Click here to view the Notice to the Parent letter that will be sent home with students who have a substitute teacher for 4 or more consecutive weeks and who is not highly qualified.
Denay Clark, Title One Facilitator
(863)-614-9183, Ext. 231
Explanation of State and District Test Scores
The Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test® (FCAT) is part of Florida’s overall plan to increase student achievement by implementing higher standards. The FCAT, administered to students in grades 3-11, consists of tests that measure selected benchmarks in mathematics, reading, science, and writing from the Sunshine State Standards (SSS). Participating students include all students working toward a standard high school diploma, including English Language Learners (ELLs) and students with disabilities. Grade 3 students must earn an FCAT Reading score of Level 2 or higher on a scale of 1 – 5 in order to be promoted to grade 4. Requirements of FCAT scores for passing to the next grade level may be found in the district’s Pupil Progression Plan.
The best understanding of a student’s academic achievement comes from looking at multiple pieces of evidence (including FCAT scores) collected over time. Developmental Scale Scores were introduced in 2002 to track student progress over time and across grade levels to indicate student “growth,” or “learning gains.” For this reason, they are the scores students and parents receive on their FCAT Reading and FCAT Mathematics Student and Parent Reports. By using FCAT Developmental Scale Scores, parents can monitor their student’s academic progress from one grade to the next. By comparing a student’s scores in the same FCAT subject for two or more years with the associated mean scores (or with the various Achievement Levels) for those years, it is possible to identify whether a student’s performance improved, declined, or remained consistent.