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Title I

Riverwood Elementary is a Title 1 school

What is Title I?
Ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach, at a minimum, proficiency on challenging state academic achievement standards and state academic assessments.

Title I Parent Involvement Policy

The Mustang School District’s Title I program encourages each Title I parent to be involved in their child’s education. This policy outlines the parent involvement activities that will be conducted during the school year.

During the school year teachers and/or staff will provide:

  • Suggestions and strategies for working with your child
  • Lists of good books to read to/with your child, as well as other information, will be sent home periodically to inform parents how to help students succeed at school.
  • Parent resources are also available on district and teacher websites.

TITLE I Targeted vs. Sitewide

Family School Compact 


A Family-School Compact is a voluntary agreement co-developed by parents, students, and teachers. It identifies how parents and the classroom teacher will work together to ensure all students receive the individual support they need.

Effective Compacts:

  • Begin with standards
  • Focus on student learning
  • Respond to school data

The parents and staff of Mustang Public Schools Title I developed this Family- School Compact for Achievement. Parents created the suggestions for home activities to support learning.


Student Responsibilities:

  • I will help create a safe environment by following school rules.
  • I will follow the dress code policy.
  • I will come to school prepared with supplies, books, and completed homework.
  • I will come to school on time and ready to learn every day.
  • I will have and show respect for my principal, teachers, school staff members, other students, and myself.


School/Teacher Responsibilities:

  • Provide a high quality curriculum and research based instructional practice to equip students to be successful both academically and for life.
  • Create a learning environment where students feel safe, respected, and nurtured in order for healthy student-to-student relationships and healthy teacher-to-student relationships exist.
  • Provide two-way communication with parent/guardian and child.
  • Communicate with parent/guardian regularly on ways to help their child learn.
  • Expect and challenge all students to learn at rigorous, high level of thinking and make connections with learning to real world applications.
  • Seek resources and assistance


Parent Responsibilities:

  • Communicate regularly with my child’s teacher
  • Make sure my child attends school on time and ready to learn.
  • Balance my child’s TV and video game playing time with learning opportunities such as reading 20 to 30 minutes daily or going to the library.
  • Inform teacher if my child is having difficulty with homework or is having difficulty in school.
  • Attend (virtual)parent conferences (as needed), PTA (virtual) meetings, and (virtual) parent education workshops.
  • Provide necessary supplies to help my child be prepared for school and be able to complete assignments. Create a home environment that is safe for my child.


Also check out these resources:

MPS Federal Programs

MPS Title I Site