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Welcome to Freeport Elementary, home of the Wildcats! Our Mission is to develop collaborative relationships among the staff, administrators, parents and students so that maximum potential will be met by every child.

Beta Release of NEW 2017-2018 School and District Report Cards

The Florida Department of Education is excited to announce the release of the beta version of Florida’s education reports portal, EduData (, which includes the 2017-18 School and District Report Cards. Redesigned to meet the requirements outlined in the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), the report cards will serve as a valuable resource for understanding important information about Florida’s districts and schools, and we look forward to this opportunity to receive input on their usability.

This is the first time the department has launched a live beta test site. The goal of this launch is to provide parents, educators and stakeholders with an opportunity to preview the report cards and, most importantly, provide valuable feedback on their content, features and functionality in order to improve the report cards going forward. On the website, there is a feedback survey and an opportunity to sign up for updates.

Title 1 Information

What is Title 1? Title I is the largest federal assistance program for our nation’s schools. The goal of Title I is a higher quality of education for every child. The program serves millions of children in elementary and secondary schools each year. Freeport Elementary is a Title I school.
How does Title 1 work? 
The federal government provides funding to states each year for Title I.  The Florida Department of Education sends the money to the district. The school district identifies eligible schools and provides Title I funds. Freeport Elementary implements a schoolwide program.
What is the School Accountability Report Card? School Public Accountability Report (SPAR) provides parents and the community with important information about each public school-–Demographic data –School safety and climate for learning information –Academic data–Graduation rates –Class sizes –Teacher and staff  information –Curriculum and instruction descriptions –and Postsecondary preparation information. This is the latest version of the SPAR provided by the Department of Edcuation. It is available at the school office or website or online at

What do Parents have the Right to Know? Parents can request and receive information on the qualifications of your child’s teacher; and be informed if your child is taught by a non-highly qualified teacher for four or more consecutive weeks. All FES teachers and para-professionals are highly-qualified.

Join A School Team

Interested in being on a School Team? FES has several school based teams that include parent members. This is in an effort to involve parents in the decision-making process. If you are interested, please contact Ms. Langford in the office, at 892-1211, or [email protected]  Teams- School Improvement Team, PTO, and School Advisory Council.

Parent and Family Engagement Plan

Parent and Family Engagement Plan
This plan is available to parents for review upon request in the office. It is developed with the help of parents and outlines the school's policy for involving parents in their child's education.  You can view the summarized plan by opening the attached files.  The full version is available in the Title 1 Contact's office.

Parent Resource Centers

Freeport Elementary School has two Parent Resource Centers. One is located at the front entrance and contains pamphlets, brochures, fliers, and other types of information pertaining to the school, curriculum, activities, and events. A similar but more comprehensive center is also found in the Media Center. The Media Center also has a system where parents may check out books, videos, and other materials on a wide variety of subjects. Stop by and check with Mrs. Jackson or Ms. Johns for assistance.

At the State Level, there are several centers. The information is listed below:

Assistance with Achieving Results in Education (AWARE Project) 1021 Delaware Avenue Palm Harbor, FL 34683-3529 727-789-2400 727-499-7926 FAX Toll-Free: 888-612-9273 E-mail: [email protected] website:  ( )

Family Network on Disabilities of Florida, Inc. Parents of the Panhandle Information Network (POPIN Project) 2735 Whitney Road Clearwater, FL 33760-1610 727-523-1130 727-523-8687 FAX 1-800-825-5736 FL only E-mail: [email protected] website:

Parent to Parent of Miami, Inc.   7990 SW 117th Ave, Suite 201 Miami, FL 33183 305-271-9797 305-271-6628 FAX 1-800-527-9552 E-mail: [email protected] Website: ( ) Miami Dade and Monroe Counties

The Floirda Parents Information and Resource Center at the University of South Florida (PIRC) 3500 East Fletcher Aenue, Ste. 301 Tampa, FL  33613 813-974-2673 813-396-9925 (fax) website:

There is also a Parent Resource Center available at the District level. For more information contact the Title 1 Department at 850-892-1100, ext. 1444..

Family School Compacts

Parent Teacher Student Compact
Freeport Elementary School, and parents of the students participating in activities, services, and programs funded by Title I, Part A, of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), agree that this compact outlines how parents, entire school staff, and students will share the responsibility for improved student academic achievement and the means by which Freeport Elementary School and parents will build and develop a partnership that will help children achieve Florida’s high standards.  The school’s Title I Parent and Family Engagement Plan outlines/describes specific activities and services required to fulfill the school’s responsibilities. See the compacts by opening the documents below. 

Críe Estudiante de Maestro Comprime Escuela de enseñanza primaria de Freeport, y los padres de los estudiantes que toman parte en actividades, los servicios, y los programas financiaron por Título yo, Despido UN, del Elemental y Acto de enseñanza secundaria (ESEA), concuerda que estes resúmenes compactos cómo padres, el personal entero de la escuela, y los estudiantes compartirán la responsabilidad para el estudiante mejorado logro académico y los medios por que Escuela de enseñanza primaria de Freeport y padres construirán y desarrollarán una asociación esa voluntad Los niños de la ayuda logran estándares altos de Florida. El Título de la escuela que Crío resúmenes/describe de Política/Plan de Participación actividades y los servicios específicas requirieron a cumplir las responsabilidades de la escuela. Vea el compacto abriendo el documento abajo. 

Comprehensive Needs Assessment

The Title 1 Needs Assessment is done each year for Freeport Elementary School in order to assess school data and determine a plan for the next year in terms of academic trends, weaknesses, and strengths. It is used to help write the School Improvement Plan and evaluate the effectiveness of current plans and programs. The CNA is done through the combined efforts of staff members and is provided to the Title 1 office for district-wide planning. Input for the CNA is obtained form various school reports and student data, along with input from parents through the Title 1 Parent Surveys and suggestions from parents on the School Improvement Team and School Parent Advisory Council. A copy of the report can be obtained in the office from the Title 1 contact, Ms. Langford, upon request. The CNA for 18-19 (based on 17-18 data) was completed during April 2018.

Evaluación de Necesidades  Comprensiva-CNA

 La  Evaluación de las necesidades del  programa Titulo 1 se realiza cada año para la Escuela Primaria de Freeport a fin  de evaluar los datos de la escuela y determinar un plan para el próximo año en  términos de tendencias académicas, debilidades y fortalezas. Se utiliza para  ayudar a escribir el Plan de Mejoramiento Escolar y evaluar la eficacia de los  planes y programas actuales. El CNA se realiza a través de los esfuerzos combinados de los miembros del personal y se proporciona a la oficina de Titulo  1 para la planificación de todo el distrito. Entrada para el CNA se obtiene de  varios informes escolares y datos de los estudiantes, junto con el aporte de los  padres a través de las encuestas de los padres del Titulo 1 y sugerencias de los  padres en el equipo de Mejoramiento Escolar y el Consejo Asesor de Padres de  Escuela. Una copia del informe se puede obtener en la oficina del contacto  Titulo 1, la señora Ms. Langford, bajo petición. El CNA de 18-19 (based on 17-18 data) completed in Abril 2018.

Title 1 Annual Meeting

Annual Title 1 Meeting
Each year FES holds an Annual Meeting to share information with parents about the Title 1 program, staff qualifications, assessment data, parent resources, parents' rights, educational standards, parent involvement, and much more.  Following the Annual Meeting, each grade level will share their expectations and specific information with parents. 

Reunión  Annual de Titulo 1. Cada año  FES realiza una  Reunión Annual para compartir información con los padres de familia sobre el programa Titulo 1, calificaciones del personal, data de evaluación, , recursos para los padres , normas educativas, participación de los padres de familia y mucho más. Despues de la Reunión   Annual cada nivel de grado compartirá   sus expectativas e inforormación  especifica con los padres de familia.

Parent Engagement Surveys


Title 1 Parent Surveys

Dear Parent, We have used the results from our 2017-2018 surveys to help make decisions for the 2018-19 school year. As always we appreciate your input and will be conducting surveys again this year to gather valuable information from you to help improve FES. Surveys will go home with the first, second, and third report cards. 
Title 1 Parent Survey 2017-18 results are below. We will use this data to help us ensure FES is a family-friendly school where parents and students feel welcome, appreciated, and respected. Thank you for your feedback.