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Glenbard East High School receives Title I funding to ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach, at a minimum, proficiency on challenging State academic standards and State academic assessments.

The Title I program that Glenbard East operates is called a Schoolwide Program  

Glenbard East High School is identified as a Title I school. A schoolwide program is a comprehensive reform strategy designed to upgrade the entire educational program in a Title I school; its primary goal is to ensure that all students, particularly those who are low achieving, demonstrate proficient and advanced levels of  achievement on  State academic standards.  Therefore, as a parent or guardian, you are entitled to learn about your rights and parental involvement opportunities.
Title I, Part A, funds in a schoolwide program are used in the following ways:

-To provide services to children identified by the school as most at risk of failing to meet the state's academic content standards

- To supplement the services that would be provided by nonfederal sources, in the absence of the Title I, Part A funds

- To support methods and instructional strategies that are proven to be effective and that strengthen the core curriculum

Components of Title I federal legislation

Parental Involvement

The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 mandates specific activities by districts and schools to involve parents in the educational process of their children. Throughout the law, there are references to parents’ rights and responsibilities, as well as requirements of schools and districts. These mandates include:

- A district Title I parent involvement policy that outlines how districts will more meaningfully engage parents AND meet the requirements of the law  Parental Involvement Policy
- A school Title I parent involvement policy, which includes a school-parent compact that is developed jointly with parents Compact
- Timely notification to parents regarding school choice, supplemental services, and teacher qualifications
- Input from parents of children receiving Title I services regarding use of Title I funds for parent involvement activities Title I Parent Advisory Council (PACC) form
For more information, please contact: Scott Lily, Title I Facilitator, email at or call at 630-424-7141.