Title One Funding
Holland Public Schools has an uncompromising commitment to student achievement. Title One supports this commitment with federal funding that provides additional instructional services for our students who need extra time and instruction to succeed in school. Title One funding helps us reach our goal of providing opportunities and high quality education to ALL students, allowing students to reach their full potential and preparing them for the future.
Buildings that benefit from Title 1 funding are:
Holland Heights K-7
Holland Heights Parent Involvement Plan
Holland Heights Family-School Compact
Parents who visit our buildings have most likely met some of our Instructional Assistants during the course of the year. These positions have been funded by Title One for the purpose of providing extra support in the core content areas. To learn more about your child's building, please take a look at the building annual report and/or the school improvement plan. You are also welcome to stop by your student's building to ask for a printed copy of the plan.
Focus School letters 2014
Parent involvement is key to your student's success.
We want HPS parents to be involved in decisions regarding their student(s) and school. If you would like to share your ideas about what your child learns, please contact your building principal. We'd love to have you be a part of the planning processes.
If you are not sure who to talk to, please give Barb Terpstra a call at 616-494-2044--she will point you in the right direction.
To learn more about Title One and your rights as parents, please review the board policies below: