Please click on the link below to access Title I information.
Annual Title I Parent Meeting
What is Title I?
Title I is a federal program that is implemented at our school. It is designed to strengthen core programs by providing support services to students in order to achieve state standards. A primary focus of the program is to enable students to achieve proficiency in the learning standards outlined in the state curriculum frameworks. In addition, the Title I program supports the Federal No Child Left Behind Legislation.
What does Title I look like at our school?
We are a Title I Schoolwide Program. Our instruction program has been designed to improve the educational success for all students. We set high goals for our students to achieve and Title I funds help supplement the instruction that we are able to deliver. We use Title I to support Reading / Language Arts and Math in individual or small group settings.
Highly Qualified Staff
The Title I staff has met and/or exceeded the criteria set by the State of Ohio for highly qualified teachers. All Para-professionals within the school have met the requirements for being highly qualified through passing the State Para-professional test or having the needed college credits.
Parents Right To Know
You have the right to know about your child’s teacher. The “No Child Left Behind” legislation requires that all parents in a Title I school be notified and given the opportunity to request information about the professional qualifications of classroom teachers instructing their child and paraprofessionals that work with their child. If you are interested in this information, you may send your request to the building principal who will provide a response.