What is Title I?
City Park Elementary is identified as a Title I school as part of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). Title I is designed to support state and local school reform efforts tied to the challenging State academic standards to improve teaching and learning for students. Title I programs must be based on effective means of improving student achievement and include strategies to support family engagement. All Title I schools must jointly develop, with parents and family members a written parent and family engagement policy.
We are here for you!
City Park Elementary is committed to helping our parents and families attend the family activities listed in this policy. Please call or email us if you need assistance with child care or transportation in order to participate in our programs.
Jason Brock (706) 278-8859 or
City Park School Council
City Park Elementary invites all parents to join the School Council to share ideas and ways to involve other parents and family members to build partnerships with school, families, and the community. The team will meet four times during the school year, but parents and family members can also submit their ideas or suggestions at school activities and meetings, as well as through our parent surveys and website. If you would like to learn more about the School Council, please contact the principal at (706) 278-8859 or complete the interest form and leave it in the Main Office.
- City Park is Branching Out
- 2018-2019 Parent Engagement Goals
- School Parent Compacts
- School Plan for Shared Student Achievement
- Building Partnerships
- Parent and Family Engagement
- What is a School-Parent Compact?
- Communication About Student Learning
- Parent Compact Goals
- In the Classroom
- At Home
Adoption of Policies
This parent and family engagement policy has been developed jointly and agreed on with parents and family members of children participating in Title I, Part A programs.
This policy was adopted by City Park School on 10/19/2018 and will be in effect for the period of the 2018-2019 school year. The school will distribute this policy to all parents of participating Title I, Part A children on or before October 29, 2018.
This School-Parent Compact for Achievement was jointly developed by the parents, students and staff of City Park School. Teachers suggested ways for parents to help students at home and parents added ideas that gave us ideas about their needs in this process. Students helped us with suggestions about ways in which they learn best. Meetings are held each year to review the compact and to make changes based on what our students need.
We welcome comments from parents, students and staff at any time!