Title I

Thank you for your interest in Daniel Jenkins Academy’s

Title I Program!

We encourage family involvement in the Title I Program and appreciate your continued support and collaboration. Please explore this page to learn more about the Title I program and resources available to you and your family.

Parent Resources

  • Polk School District Title I Information
    • Explore the district’s website to learn more about Title I in Polk County, including the Parent & Family Resource Centers, which are available to all the parents & guardians of students who attend Title I schools. Parents are welcome to visit, take part in workshops, and check out materials to help their child with academic skills at home.
    • You can also visit the general Polk School District website.
  • Daniel Jenkins Academy’s Annual ESSA Report Card
    • The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) State Report Card provides additional data on student outcomes and equity considerations. The report is based on information available from the previous school year.
  • Parent Right to Know Letters
    • In the event that the school has teaching vacancies, all parents and guardians have a right to know about the vacancies.
  • 2019 Polk Parent Feedback Survey Summary
    • The 2019 Parent Feedback Survey collected parent perceptions regarding school service, environment, safety, and academics as feedback on the District’s general performance.
  • Parent & Caregiver Checklist from the Department of Education
    • As a parent or caregiver, you have a key role in your child’s education. This tool provides you with a set of questions to ask, and important issues to consider when approaching your child’s teachers, principals, and counselors about his or her development.
  • The Basics of Title I
    • This article explains the basics of the Title I program and how it impacts students, families, and schools.
  • ESSA & Title I Information
    • Learn more about the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) article explains the basics of the Title I program and how it impacts students, families, and schools.