Welcome Title I Families!
Coon Rapids Senior High School, Coon Rapids, Minnesota
Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, St. Cloud State University
Masters of Science in Elementary Education, University of Minnesota
Robbinsdale Cooper High School, New Hope, Minnesota
Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, University of Minnesota
Master of Education in Teaching and Learning, St. Mary’s University
For more information regarding the Title I program at Park Brook Elementary and District 279, please click on the link below:
Greetings Title I Families,
The purpose of the Title I program at Park Brook Elementary is to provide an opportunity for students who are below grade level to exceed their expected growth to bring them closer or to grade level. The expectation is that all students will be academically proficient.
The math program consists primarily of a pre-teaching model. This method is designed to expose the students to the skills and objectives that will be presented in the students homeroom so that when they are in class they are prepared to fully comprehend the lesson.
The reading program uses a variety of programs based upon the grade of the students. The intent is to provide additional reading instruction so that all students meet or exceed their expected growth.
We encourage you to have your child read every night. Reading is the only way to make academic growth in reading. Reading to your child is also very beneficial and a great way to spend quality time with your child.
Our desire is for your children to be academically successful. Please contact us at anytime if you have questions or concerns regarding your child’s Title I programming.
In late fall we host a Title I Breakfast to share about our program, however, Park Brook has a number of activities for parents and we encourage you to participate.
Click HERE for the Parent and Family Engagement Policy for 2019-20120.
Questions about Title I:
The Minnesota Parent Center is available to families as a resource if you have questions about the Title I program that cannot be resolved at the building or district level.
The Minnesota Parent Center is a statewide project designed to help families and schools build stronger ties to benefit students. We help parents be strong partners in their children's education and encourage community involvement to help all children succeed at school. We can answer questions and help you solve school-related problems.