Title I/Federal Programs
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Title I, Part A (Title I) of the Elementary and Secondary
Education Act, as amended (ESEA) provides financial
assistance to local educational agencies (LEAs) and schools
with high numbers or high percentages of children from l
low-income families to help ensure that all children meet
challenging state academic standards. Title I schools with
percentages of students from low-income families of at least
40 percent may use Title I funds, along with other Federal,
State, and local funds, to operate a "school wide program" to
upgrade the instructional program for the whole school.
All students are helped
Since the funds OBE receives for its Title I population can be
used to improve the academics of the school which includes
Title I students, all students benefit from upgrades and
improvements to school grounds, equipment and programs.
Parent School Compact
To view OBE's school compact, please
click here . Parents are truly a partner with
teachers, administration, support staff and
the students themselves. All stakeholders
have a vested interest in seeing all students
achieve to their greatest potential so the
situation is a win-win for all.
Parent and Student Handbook
Our student handbook link gives all parties
an opportunity to review a our expectations
for citizenship here at school.
Click here to view.
OBE Parent Information Center
Oriole Beach Elementary maintains a parent information
center just outside the main office (under the window). Feel
free to pick up copies of information pamphlets or schedules.
Parents may also find additional resources in the Library or
by contacting the school guidance office.
School Improvement Plan
The school improvement plan is a guiding
document drafted by our School Advisory
Council that outlines our goals to continue
positive actions to keep our school the best it
can be. Click on the button below to read this
All school districts receiving funds from Title I, Part A are
required to implement programs, activities, and procedures
for the involvement of parents. The Santa Rosa County School
Districts encourages parent involvement through the
1. Developing, in collaboration with parents, a written
District level Parent Involvement Policy
2. Developing, in collaboration with parents, written School
Parent Involvement Policies
3. Reserving funding for all Title I schools for Parent
4. Planning in collaboration with parents and providing a
wide variety of parent involvement activities in various
settings and at various times
5. Evaluating, in collaboration with parents, the parent
6. Coordinating the parent involvement strategies with
7. Providing a wide variety of two-way communication
opportunities with parents
For more details click links below:
Title I Right to Know for Parents
(includes Florida's ESSA School Public Accountability
FL DOE Parent Involvement
Click here to be taken to
the US-DOE website.
Florida Department of Education portal for preK-12.
Parent and Family Engagement Program