What is Title I?
Title I is a program funded by the federal government to improve students' academic achievement. Title I funds are used to expand and supplement the services children already receive in the classroom. Administration, teachers and parents decide how to use these funds. The amount provided for each school depends on the number of low-income families enrolled in the school.
How can I, as a parent, help?
There are many ways parents can be involved in their child's education. Parents are encouraged to participate on our School Advisory Council (SAC). This group meets several time a year to determine how Title I funds will be used for the school year.
This school year is going to look different in more ways than one, including Parent & Family Engagement. Our school is happy to serve our parents, community, students and staff again in this capacity!
Our Student/Parent/Teacher/Administrator Compact is posted here. After reading over the compact with your child, please click on the link that takes you to the Google Form for the Compact Signature Page, and type or choose an answer to the short questions that are listed.
Again, please review compact and then click link at bottom of document to complete.