Parents-Right-To-Know Letters for Long-Term Substitutes – for Principals of Title I Buildings
Parents-Right-To-Know Letters for Long-Term Substitutes
from Lisa Walker
A reminder that Federal Program guidelines require buildings receiving Title I funds to notify parents any time their child receives instruction for four weeks or more without a highly qualified teacher in the classroom. Templates for these individual classroom situations are located in the Required (General) Federal Documents 19-20 folder in the Federal Programs shared drive.
As these situations continue to occur during 1920 SY, please remember to use these Parents-Right-To-Know templates to inform families of long-term substitutes. Once you send out the letter, please provide Bridgette DeSmet with a signed copy on school letterhead and we will retain copies for the 1920 SY compliance report. Thanks for your help and let us know if there are questions.