• Title 1 Parent Resource Center Order Form

    Title I Parent Resource Center
    Order Form

    As a Title I Parent, you may request a single copy of one or more (up to 10 titles) of the following booklets from the Resource Center completely free of charge. Please complete this form and check up to ten (10) items you would like shipped to you. Return the form to: Midwestern Intermediate Unit IV, 453 Maple Street, Grove City, PA 16127. ATTENTION: Title I Parent Resource Center. Fax: 724-458-5083

    Date ______________________ School District: Norristown Area School District

    Name of Title I Parent (please print) ______________________________________________________________

    Parent's Mailing Address (please print) _____________________________________________________________

                                                            , verify this request is from a Title I Parent in our school district.

    (Signature of Title I Coordinator or Administrator)

    Check up to ten (10) titles from the following booklets. * Indicates items for children



    After High School - What?

    Landing a Job - Tips for a Successful Job Search

    How to Encourage Attendance/Success at School

    Next Stop..College! Tips to Help You Find A School That's Right for You

    Financing a College Education

    Be Successful at Work

    Career Planning...A Skill for the Future

    How to Get the Job you Want

    Writing a Resume That Opens Doors

    Balancing Work Er Family

    A Good Financial Start

    Guide to Helping Your Teen Succeed in High School



    About Setting Goals To Reach Your Potential

    Assertiveness - Skills For Life

    Teaching Children Responsibility For Their Learning 8- Behavior

    25 Ways Parents Can Build Children's Self-Esteem

    Lo que usted debe saber sobre LA AUTOESTIMA

    What Every Teenager Should Know about Peer Pressure

    Raising Children of Character: a Parent's Handbook

    A Positive Attitude, A Positive You!

    Young People Er Suicide - What You Should Know

    Children and Depression - Learn the Facts

    Know What? Bullying Hurts!* (ages 6-8)

    What's Up With Beating Test Anxiety

    Listening Well and Following Directions



    Teach Children Respect

    Being Involved in Your Child's Education

    Protect Your Child From Drugs: A Parent's Handbook

    About Your School Counselor

    Your Parent - Teacher Conference

    About Helping Your Teen Finish School

    Internet Safety Er Responsibility for Students

    La Crianza De Los Hijos

    Raising Your Grandchildren: A Grandparent's Handbook

    Helping Children Learn to Resolve Conflicts

    About Getting Along at School

    The ABC's of Discipline at Home

    Keeping Tabs on Your Child's Education

    Your Guide to Supporting Your Child at School



    Helping Your Child Manage ADHD: A Parent's Handbook

    Helping Children with Learning Disabilities: A Parent's Handbook

    What Is This Thing Called Dyslexia?



    What You Should Know About Being a Single Parent

    Cooperative Co-Parenting - Making the Most of Custody Arrangements

    Single Mothers Entering the Work Force



    McGruff's Bicycle Safety: Coloring Book*

    McGruff Safe Kids Identification Kit

    About Child Safety

    About First Aid

    Let's Learn More About School Bus Safety Activities Book*

    About After-School Safety: Coloring/Activities Book*

    Home Alone After School - What Parents Should Know



    Child Development from Birth to 3 Years Old

    Child Development from 3-6 Years Old

    Child Development from 6-9 Years Old

    Child Development from 9-12 Years Old

    About Your Child's Thinking Skills and Language Development: Birth to Age 3



    Learn about Schoolwide Title I Programs

    Every Student Succeeds Act

    Parents' Rights in Education - A Guide to the No Child Left Behind Act

    Title I - What Parents Should Know

    Acerca De Su Programa Del Titulo I

    Common Core State Standards - Academic Success



    About Your Child's Learning Style

    Effective Note Taking

    Studying for Success

    Homework Lessons for Parents

    Your Child Er Standardized Tests - Grades 3-5: A Parent's Handbook

    12 Let's Improve our Test-Taking Skills* An Information Er Activities Book (ages 9-12)

    You, Your Child, and Math

    25 Ways Parents Can Read with Children

    Starting School: Coloring Book*

    Write to the Point-Tips to Write Effective Essays

    Your Child and Writing

    When a Bright Child Has Trouble Reading

    Help Child w/ Homework Parent Handbook



    I Tell the Truth

    Critical Thinking

    Let's Say "No Way!" to Violence: Info & Act.*

    TV and Your Child

    What's Up with Social Media

    Making the Most of Your Child's Summer Vacation

    What Every Family Should Know About Getting Along At Home

    What's Up with Cyber Bullying

    Bedtime Struggles

    Las Batallas A La Hora Dc Dormir

    I'm Proud to be a Military Kid*

    Succeeding as a Military Family: a Guide

    Who Knew? The Eat Healthy Be Fit Issue (ages 9-11)

    Preventing Bullying - Information for Parents

    Know What? Fighting Hurts

    Parents and Stress

    Anger Management for Parents: A Parents Handbook



    Middle School - Moving on up

    What's Up with Starting Middle School

    Standardized Tests in Middle School

    Preparing Your Child for Middle School Success



    About Addiction

    On Living Drug-Free

    Alcohol and Others Drugs - Keeping Tabs On Talking With Your Child

    Trying Drugs - What Would YOU Do?

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