2010-2011 Title I School Choice and SES Information
We are pleased to announce that preliminary AYP results indicate that several Martin County schools have exited the school improvement process.
Edna Andrews Elementary School made Adequate Yearly Progress and has exited the school improvement process. Edna Andrews will not be required to offer school choice during the 2010-2011 school year. Congratulations to Edna Andrews!
East End Elementary School made Adequate Yearly Progress and has exited the school improvement process. East End will not be required to offer school choice or supplemental educational services during the 2010-2011 school year. Congratulations to East End!
EJ Hayes Elementary School made adequate yearly progress in reading, but not in math. By making AYP in reading for two consecutive years, EJ Hayes has exited the school improvement process and will not be required to offer school choice during the 2010-2011 school year. Congratulations to EJ Hayes!
Because it is a K-2 feeder school, Williamston Primary School progress is tied EJ Hayes' AYP results. WPS will not be required to offer school choice during the 2010-2011 school year. Congratulations to Williamston Primary!
Parents and students who in previous years had chosen to attend alternative schools are eligible to continue attending that choice school throughout its entire grade span, or they can choose to return to their home school now that it has exited school improvement.
Williamston Middle School
Because Williamston Middle School made adequate yearly progress in reading but not in math, it must continue to offer public school choice or tutoring options to its students. School choice options include Jamesville Middle School and South Creek Middle School. A list of tutoring providers will be available in September. Parents of Williamston Middle School students will receive information in the mail regarding these school choice and tutoring options. If you are a WMS parent and do not receive this letter, or you have additional questions regarding school choice, tutoring, or any Title I service, please contact the school principal, Mr. Ron Byrd, at 792-1111, or the Title I Director, Dr. Chris Mansfield, at 792-1575.School Choice and SES Statistics for Fall 2010
Of the roughly 405 eligible students, only three (3) elected to exercise Title I school choice and attend another district middle school.
Currently, about 55 students have registered for Supplemental Education Services at WMS, out of 249 eligible students. SES meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays. A second enrollment period will be held during February with a provider fair scheduled for February 8th. The second SES session will begin on March 1st and run through May 17th. Eligible students who have not yet registered for SES are encouraged to do so.