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Title I Guidelines

Goodwin Frazier Elementary School

Title 1 Parent And Family Engagement Policy



      Research shows that students are more successful when their parents/guardians are actively involved in their education. The Title 1 Parent Involvement Guidelines, in cooperation with the School-Home Compact, were developed to guide the expectations of each individual having direct impact on our students’ education. Both items were created with the assistance and approval of parents, community members, and school administrators.  


      Title 1 is a federally funded program designed to provide a high-quality education that will enable all children to meet the state’s student performance standard.  Title 1 is a part of the “No Child Left Behind Act” passed by Congress in 2002.  Title 1 programs can provide supplemental instruction in reading, math, science and social studies.  These programs use effective methods and instructional strategies that are grounded in scientifically based research.  A school is selected as a Title 1 school on the basis of the number of students within its boundaries who are eligible for free or reduced-priced meals.  Students are selected to participate based on academic need.


      Goodwin Frazier Elementary School conducts a Fall Annual Title 1 Meeting, held within the first quarter of the school year, which will provide information on Title 1 laws, the requirements, and the rights of and benefits to parents and students. Parent/Teacher Conferences provide an opportunity for parents/guardians to make suggestions and participate in decisions relating to the education of their children. A Spring Annual Title 1 Meeting will be held in the last quarter of the school year, allowing parents, community members, and school administrators to update the current School-Home Compact and the Title 1 Parent Involvement Guidelines, as needed.


      GFES will make available information and opportunities that will help guide parents when working to improve their children’s academics. The Title 1 Specialist will be provided information on how to reach out to, communicate with, and work with parents as equal partners, implement and coordinate parent programs, and build ties between the parents and the school. 


      Parent Involvement is very important to Comal ISD.  Goodwin Frazier Elementary School has a Title 1 Specialist who is available to assist families in a variety of ways.  The Title 1 Specialist is the liaison between school, families, and the community.  The Title 1 Specialist provides opportunities for parents/family members to be actively involved in their students’ academic life.  Information related to school and parent/family programs, meetings, and other activities is sent to the parents/families via the student and various forms of media, to include email and other forms of social media.



Other Family Engagement Opportunities may include the following:


Coffee with the Principal
Eating lunch with your student
Parent Involvement Take Home Activity
Family Night Events
Kindergarten Roundup
Parent/Teacher Conferences
Book Fair
Parent Webinars for Specific Topics
Hallway Heroes

Parent Involvement/Volunteering Opportunities:


    Library Helper
    Lunch Monitor
    Workroom Assistant/Helping Hand
    Special Events (Book Fair, Movie Night, PTA Events etc.)
    Field Trip Chaperones
    PTA Board 
PTA Events
    Hallway Heroes



At Goodwin Frazier Elementary, we value our parents as educational partners and are always seeking new ways to involve them in their child’s education.

Goodwin Frazier Elementary 

Title 1

Student - Family- School Compact

2022 - 2023



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GFES  believes that families, students, and school staff should work in partnership to help each student reach their highest potential.  We understand that collaborative involvement in a child’s education will help their achievement, attitude, and behavior.  Therefore, we agree to carry out these expectations to the best of our ability.  This compact is reviewed and revised annually by a group of staff, parents, and community members.  Translation is available if needed.



  • Communicate with school and teacher.
  • Be involved at school.
  • Support my child’s education.
  • Ensure my child attends school daily prepared and on time.
  • Support attendance and discipline policies.
  • Provide a place,  time , and routine for homework.
  • Stay informed through reading emails and other available media.
  • Encourage learning at school, home, and in the community.
  • Ensure the quality and safety of technology use.
  • Monitor attendance and grades. 



  • Explain expectations, curriculum, and assessments ensuring that parents have a voice in their student’s academic decisions. 
  • Provide and inform families of  volunteer opportunities and encourage participation in their child’s education.
  • Communicate regarding student’s progress. 
  • Provide a supportive and effective learning environment.
  • Remain competent and current in curriculum, instructional methods, and strategies.
  • Provide high quality lessons using  TEKS (Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills.



  • Create a welcoming environment.
  • Provide for  positive communication between teacher, parents, and students 
  • Maintain high standards of academic achievement and behavior.
  • Be an instructional leader and support teachers.
  • Provide in-service and training opportunities for teachers. 
  • Build partnerships between families and teachers to support achievement. 


As a GFES Student, it is important that I work to the best of my ability. In order to do this, I will try to do the following:

  • Attend school each day, be on time, have the necessary supplies and be prepared to actively participate in learning. 
  • Do my best in my work and with my behavior. 
  • Complete my homework, utilizing a daily homework routine and ask for help when needed. 
  • Read every day outside of school time. 
  • Give my parents/guardians all notices and information given to me by the school. 

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