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Rocky Point Union Free School District District | Title Funds


william威廉希尔title i requires that that district staff work with and jointly develop a parent and family engagement policy. our title 1 parent policy is located in the rocky point school district policy manual or by clicking on the list below.

You may also request a copy of the policy by contacting Susan Wilson, Executive Director for Educational Services.



School Parent Compact



Parents are invited to attend meetings during the school year to collaborate with staff and other family members to help students participating in Title I programs to reach their full academic potential and to improve the District's overall academic quality.  Additionally, parents are invited to provide feedback regarding the effectiveness of the .


william威廉希尔title i information will be provided during the following:  kindergarten orientation, pta presentations, and open school nights.  please refer to the printed school calendar for dates and times of the annual parent title i meetings as well as the district website under upcoming events.


william威廉希尔Parents are entitled to request information regarding the professional qualifications of their child’s classroom teacher(s) and paraprofessional staff. To receive this information, please contact Susan Wilson, Executive Director for Educational Services 631-849-7080.


Title I, Part A (Title I) is part of the federal government’s No Child Left Behind (NCLB) program.  On December 10, 2015, the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) was signed into law by President Obama.  ESSA retains many of the core provisions of No Child Left Behind (the previous reauthorization of Elementary Secondary Education Act) related to standards, assessments, accountability, and use of Federal funds.  It provides additional financial assistance to school districts to help ensure that all children meet challenging state academic standards.
The law requires school districts to target the Title I funds they receive to schools with the highest percentages of children from low-income families.  We then are required to focus Title I services on children in those schools who are failing, or most at risk of failing, to meet state academic standards.
In the Rocky Point School District, we use this money to provide math and literacy intervention services to our struggling learners.  Our Title I Schools are the Frank J. Carasiti Elementary and the Joseph A. Edgar Intermediate.  We use almost all of the money to pay for literacy and math intervention teachers in our Title I schools.  We welcome your input, as parents of students in these schools, regarding our Title I program. We are also able to provide help for homeless students utilizing Title I set aside funds.

An additional requirement for schools that receive Title I funds is a   The Parent and Family Involvement Policy can be found by visiting the link on the school website for Board of Education >> Board of Education policy.


As required by Title IX, General Provisions of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), the New York State Education Department (NYSED) has adopted the following procedures for receiving and resolving complaints and for reviewing appeals from decisions of Local Education Agencies (LEA/District). Complaints concerning violations of ESEA Title I, Parts A, C, and D, or of the General Education Provisions Act; or of Section 100.2(ee) Academic Intervention Services of the Regulations of the Commissioner are covered by these procedures.

The Rocky Point UFSD disseminates this information, free of charge via this website.  If you click on the link below, you will be able to access information about the State Complaint and Appeal Procedures to parents of students, and appropriate private school officials or representatives. (General Provisions Regulations, 34 CFR Sections 299.10-299.12)

Written Complaint and Appeal Procedures for Title IA, IC, ID

william威廉希尔if you have additional questions and would prefer to reach out to discuss your concerns, please contact susan wilson, executive director for educational services, at 631.849.7080.

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