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What is Title I?
Title I, Part A (Title I) of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA) supports reforms and innovations to improve educational opportunities for low-achieving students.  Title I is designed to provide all children a significant opportunity to receive a fair, equitable, and high-quality education, and to close educational achievement gaps.  Title I helps State Educational Agencies (SEAs), Local Educational Agencies (LEAs), and schools meet the educational needs of low-achieving students in schools with high concentrations of students from low-income families.
Each of the documents below are developed by the campus at the beginning of each school year and updated with parent/community input. Simply click on the links to access information.

Parents’ Right to Know
In accordance with the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)/ PARENTS’ RIGHT-TO-KNOW, this notification letter is to inform every parent of a student in a Title 1 school that you have the right to request and receive in a timely manner: a) information regarding the professional qualifications of your student’s classroom teachers and/or paraprofessionals.

Parents Right to Know-English

Parents Right to Know-Espanol

District Improvement Plan
The purpose of the District Improvement Plan is to align goals, objectives, strategies, and actions which will lead to high levels of performance for all students and student groups, close achievement gaps, and support systematic change. The planning process is directly linked to and begins with the Comprehensive Needs Assessment (CNA).

Heritage Academy District Improvement Plan 2022-2023


Parent & Family Engagement Policy
This is a policy that describes how the school will provide opportunities to improve parent engagement to support student learning. Our schools value the contributions and involvement of parents to establish an equal partnership for the common goal of improving student achievement. This policy also describes the different ways the school will support parent engagement and how parents can help plan and participate in activities and events to promote student learning at school and at home.

Title 1 Parent Involvement Policy -English

Title I Parent Involvement Policy (Spanish)


Parent/School Compact
The compact is an agreement that parents, teachers, and students will develop. It explains how parents and teachers will work together to make sure all our students reach grade level standards. The compacts will be reviewed and updated annually based on the feedback from parents, students, and teachers during meetings and/or surveys offered throughout the year.

Parent/School Compact -English

Padres/Escuela Compacto -Espanol


Parent Notification Compliance with Law 114-95

Section 1112 (e)(1)(A)(i)-(iii)] and Section 1112 (e)(1)(B)(ii)]

In accordance with Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)/ PARENTS’ RIGHT-TO-KNOW, this notification letter is to inform every parent of a student in a Title I school that you have the right to request and receive in a timely manner: a) information regarding the professional qualification of your student’s classroom teachers and/or paraprofessional.



Family Engagement

Additional Resources

NetSmartz Trends and Topics

Nourish Interactive

PBS KIDS for Parents

Parenting Style Quiz

Suggested Reading Lists (EC-12)- Texas Library Association

Scholastic Books-Parent Resources

Parent Afterschool Resources-Read Write Think

Parenting Information Handouts – Center for Effective Parenting-Handouts in English and Spanish

The Parent and Family Engagement Connection newsletter is available! Topics in this volume of the newsletter include: “The Gift of Giving,” “Tips to Prevent Holiday Stress and Depression” and many more!

PFE Newsletter Website:

Volume 18 “The Gift of Giving”