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DCSS holds Title I meeting for parents

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ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Parents are invited to attend the Dougherty County School System District-wide Title I Annual Meeting at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, August 25, at GLRS Resource Center, 915 S. McKinley St. 

For those parents and community stakeholders who cannot attend a morning session, an evening session is planned for 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, August 26, at Monroe Comprehensive High School Cafeteria, 900 Lippitt Drive.

The annual meeting will provide parents and the community with an opportunity to learn more about Title I schools, programs, funding, and other related issues. Guest presenters will include Renee Bridges, district testing coordinator, who will share information about academic assessments used to measure student progress and proficiency levels students are expected to meet. 

"Parent involvement is an integral part of any school educational services we are happy that we have these meetings and share information with parents as we move forward," said Title I Director, Dr. Kim Ezekiel.

Dr Ezekiel says parents are encouraged to serve on school planning and decision-making teams.

For additional information, contact the parent facilitator at your child's school or call the Title 1 Parent Engagement Office at 229-483-6330 ext. 2366.

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