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Escambia County

Title I Administrative Office

Spencer Bibbs Center
2005 North 6th Avenue
Pensacola, FL 32503
Phone: 850-595-6915
Fax: 850-595-6933

Monday - Friday: 
7:00 am - 4:00 pm

Parent and Family Engagement


Title I

Mission Statement:


Increase student achievement by building collaborative partnerships between parents, schools, families, and communities through meaningful and strategic actions to build capacity of families. 

District Parent & Family Engagement Plan

Title I District-Wide Parent and Family Engagement Plan

The Escambia County Schools Title I District Parent and Family Engagement Plan is jointly developed with  parents and community members across the district.  The Plan outlines the objectives and expectations for meaningful parent and family engagement.  We encourage all Title I Parents and families and the community to view the Plan and share any comments or questions you may have with our Title I Department at (850) 595-6915 ext. 235  The plan is revised each year; however feedback is taken throughout the year.  

School-Level Parent & Family Engagement Plans and School-Family Compacts

Individual School Parent and Family Engagement Plans and School-Family Compacts

In support of strengthening student academic achievement, Title I schools receive Title I, Part A funds and therefore must jointly develop with, agree on with, and distribute to parents and family members of participating children a written parent and family engagement plan and school-family compact that contains information required by section 1116(b-d) of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).  The plan establishes the school’s expectations for parent and family engagement and describes how the school will implement several specific parent and family engagement activities, and it is incorporated into the school’s plan submitted to the local educational agency (LEA)

Required Notifications

School Improvement Plans (SIP)

Schoolwide Improvement Plans also function as a School’s Title I Schoolwide Plan. Plans are drafted and submitted in August and are typically published in September.  In January, schools complete a mid-year evaluation.  To access a read-only version of your school’s SIP, navigate to the CIMS platform, then select Public Access-->Escambia-->Select School Name.  Then click the Download button that appears next to the appropriate SIP.

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