• Title I


    What is Title I?
    * A Federal fund.
    * Authorized by the No Child Left Behind Act (but began with the passage of the Elementary and Secondary Act of 1965).
    * Intention is to help ensure that all children have the opportunity to obtain a high quality education and reach grade-level proficiency.
    * To help students who are behind academically or at risk of falling behind first.
    * Only used to help students reach proficiency in academic subjects: English Language Arts and Mathematics.
    * Never replaces what all other students receive (is supplemental to the regular program).
    * Uses research based practices.
    How Is Title I School Funding Determined?
    * It is a federal entitlement program (non-competitive formula).
    * Allocated on the basis of student enrollment for ages 5-17, census poverty levels, and other data.
    * The U.S. Department of Education distributes these funds to State Education Agencies that in turn, distribute the funds to Local Education Agencies or school districts.
    * Local school districts allocate the funds to qualifying schools based on the number of poor children in a school.
    Title I Must…
    * Involve parents in all phases of planning and provide opportunities for involvement and parent trainings.
    * Establish a compact between the parent and school outlining expectations.
    * Share information with parents on their child’s progress and progress of the school toward the accomplishments of goals set forth in the plan.
    * Inform parents when schools have sanctions placed on them due to not meeting the AYP standards.
    School-Wide Title I Expenditures 2018-2019...

    * Site licenses for Discovery Education, Nearpod, Reading A-Z, and RAZ Kids

    * Literacy and Math Academic Support/Intervention Teachers

    * Instructional materials to support Read 180 and Systems 44

    * Staff development for teachers

    * Parental involvement activities

    * Instructional supplies for math and reading

    ~The Title I plan is available for viewing at the district or school level.


    2019 SES Report to Parents