The Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School's Title I program is dedicated to providing academic support and remediation for all students, from the most academically successful to the most at risk. In addition to our 3-tiered RTI (Response to Intervention) process which allows educators to indentify and address academic and behavioral difficulties prior to student failure, Title I will provide school-wide funding for educational assessments, prescriptive interventions, and parent involvement and all the while adapting to the constantly changing landscape of education and accountability.
Parent involvement in education is essential. When schools, families, and community groups work together to support learning, children tend to do better in school, stay in school longer, and like school more. PA Cyber defines parent involvement as the participation of parents working in conjunction with our staff in a consistent and meaningful manner with the sole purpose of improving academic success. As a Title I school, we are committed to implementing programs and activities in a manner to strengthen the relationship between school and family.
The Parent Involvement Policy
The Parent Involvement Policy supports and strengthens student academic achievement. The policy establishes PA Cyber's expectations for parent involvement and describes how we will implement a number of specific parental involvement activities.
The School-Parent Compact
The School-Parent Compact is part of the PA Cyber's Parent Involvement Policy. The compact outlines how parents, the entire school staff, and students will share the responsibility for improved student academic achievement.
English as a Second Language
Families whose first language is identified as that other than English are provided with needed and required information/materials upon request.