Title 1 and Family and Community Engagement Center (F.A.C.E) Information
East Wake High School - Title 1 Information
The Title I program in Wake County provides supplementary instructional support in the areas of reading and math. Schools qualify for Title I funding by demonstrating economic needs among its population.All Title I eligible schools in WCPSS operate under the schoolwide model. Title I funds may be used, with other school funding sources, to provide supports to all students so that they may meet our high academic standards. Title I is a federally funded program that is one component of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) of 2015.The ultimate goal of the Title I Program is to aid students in acquiring habits, attitudes, knowledge, and skills necessary to function as successful members of the school community. Title I is a federally funded program.
A Parent's Right To Know
Parents have a right to:
- Request information about staff members' credentials. Ask your child's principal about how to do this or check the school's website for information.
- Know how your child's school is performing. The North Carolina School Report Card for your child's school will be sent home after the state releases it. This typically occurs in November or December.
- Previous school report cards
- We believe it is essential to provide parents with pertinent and detailed information about their schools. View East Wake High's Progress Report.
Each Title I funded school provides several opportunities for parent and family learning throughout the year. To learn more about these events, please check the school’s website or contact the Family & Community Engagement Center Coordinator, Vernestine Kent (firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-365-2625 ext. 29064).
East Wake Family & Community Engagement Center | Whether your child is entering high school, ready for a work permit, or graduating, the East Wake High Family & Community Engagement Center takes pride in offering you quality customer service, convenience, and prompt personal attention. We provide a variety of services to ensure all EWHS students have the support they need to achieve academic success. We will be offering the following workshops:
- Thursday, September 3rd, 2020: Transitioning to Highs School @ 5:30 pm
- Thursday, October 1st, 2020: Parent Advocacy and engagement in Your Child's Education
- Thursday, December 12th, 2020: Communicating with Your Teenager Effectively
- Tuesday, January 12th, 2021: Tips for Successful Parent-Teachers Conferences
Family Academy| The Family Academy presents free workshops and events for families at schools and community sites in Wake County. The Family Academy provides families with tools to support academic success and bring schools, families, and community partners together. To view more information about WCPSS Family Academy click (here ).
East Wake High School's Home-School Compact
A Home-School Compact is an agreement between parents, students, and staff. It explains how families and staff members will work together to make sure all students get the support they need to reach high student achievements.
The Home-School Compact is located here