A federally funded program designed to assist students in the area of reading and math. The overall purpose of the program is to ensure that all children have a fair and equal opportunity to obtain a high-quality education.
The primary goal is to ensure that all students, particularly those who are low achieving, demonstrate proficient and advanced levels of achievement on State academic standards in math and reading.
The emphasis of a school wide program is on serving all students, improving all structures that support student learning, and combining all resources, as allowed, to achieve a common goal.
Our school wide plan was developed with the help of parents, teachers, and administrators. The school wide plan is evaluated annually to determine whether the academic achievement of all students has improved, particularly the low achieving students.
As a school wide building, the staff is looking at all students’ assessment data regularly. Any student displaying a deficit in any reading area will receive addition support to help that student become proficient.
As part of the Title I program’s federally required documentation, all Title I families will have access to a family compact letter (on district website). The compact is a promise that the school, the parents, and the student will all work toward helping the student become proficient in reading and math.