Title I information
Marion City Schools is designated as Schoolwide Title I. The instructional programs in our school buildings enable all children to reach Ohio's Academic Content Standards for reading language arts and mathematics.
School-wide programs provide an enriched and accelerated learning experience necessary for all children, rather than just identified eligible students. Our schools receive federal money to provide supplemental programs to students.
It is the school's responsibility to provide high-quality curriculum and instruction in a supportive and effective environment that enables students to meet Oho's academic content standards. It is our hope that each parent is responsible for supporting his or her child's learning. Together let's inspire a community of achievement at Marion city Schools.
Teachers and parents working together to support our students' academic and personal growth:
- Keep open communication with teachers via email, phone, in person appointments.
- Read and discuss progress reports.
- Participate in parent-teacher conferences.
- Establish a time and place for homework.
- Monitor attendance and tardiness.
- Support the school in its efforts to maintain proper discipline.
- Respect all school staff and the cultural differences of others.
Requests for teacher and paraprofessional qualifications
As part of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, you may request information regarding the professional qualifications of your child's classroom teacher(s). Your inquiry may include if the teacher has met state licensing requirements for the grade level and subjects they are teaching; if the teacher is teaching under emergency or provisional status; the teacher's college degree major graduation certification; and their educational field of discipline. If your child is receiving Title I services from a paraprofessional, you may inquire about the paraprofessional's qualifications.
If you wish to request this information, please contact your school's office.