-Know your child's teachers' and paraprofessionals' qualifications to ensure that your child is being taught by those who are certified and highly qualified in their subject matter. -Know the status your child's school, whether it is achieving adequate yearly progress (AYP), is in need of improvement, or is in corrective action. -Receive timely information on Title 1 school performance reports, student assessment results, and other relevant information in a parent's native language. -Help create and or review the school's Title 1 plan and program evaluation. -Get more involved1 Title 1 monies earmarked for parent involvement go directly to the schools. parents have the right to determine how that money is used. Schools must build parental capacity! -We need you! If you would like to become involved in your child's education and help shape our Title 1 program please contact me, Kim Gormley, Title 1 Coordinator and Lead teacher. We would love your input!