Title I Programming

    What is Title I? Title I is a federally funded program that is “intended to help ensure that all children have the opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach proficiency on challenging state academic standards and assessments” (No Child Left Behind: U.S. Department of Education, 2003).

    The focus of the Title I is to promote significant improvements in schools and increase instruction time for students. This instructional time is in addition and is supplemental to the time the regular classroom teacher gives to each student. Pull-out as well as push-in class instruction is encouraged. Classes consist of a small group setting allowing more individual response time with immediate feedback.

    Title I, Part A funds are distributed to school districts based on poverty data. Districts determine which eligible buildings are to participate based on federal requirements and local decisions. The purpose of this funding is to provide supplemental funding to economically disadvantaged districts and some of their eligible schools for improving educational outcomes for students. Services are offered using the Targeted Assistance model, where students to be served are selected based on academic needs or school-wide, which utilizes an improvement plan to focus assistance on any or all students.

    View or download the Title I brochure from the file list below.


    Parent Involvement

    Title I recognizes the importance of parental involvement to assure student success. Parents are encouraged to participate in teacher/parent workshops and open houses. These workshops include activities to help parents assist their children’s language development at home.

    Our Parent Involvement Policy and School/Parent Compact outlines how parents, teachers, and students will work together to improve student achievement. These are voluntary agreements between the home and school to define goals, expectations and responsibilities of schools and parents as partners in education. These compacts are sent home and reviewed every year.


    View or download the Parent Involvement Policy and School/Parent Compact from the file list below.

    View or download the  Parents Right to Know Annual Notification Letter from the file list below.


    Homeless Information
    The McKinney-Vento Homeless Children and Youth Program was designed to make sure all homeless children and youth have equal access to the same free and appropriate public education as children and youth who are not homeless.

    View or download A Parent’s Guide to the Rights of Children and Youth Experiencing Homelessness from the file list below.



Last Modified on July 1, 2019