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Title One Overview
Title One can help schools pay for educational programs and services that can help improve your child's education. Title One program means additional services focusing on providing help in reading and/or math instruction for scholars performing below grade level for either subjects. It's goal is to help scholars reach grade level performance.

 

 

What is Title I? Title I is extra support in literacy to help students become successful.

 

Where will Title I take place? Title teachers will work in the classrooms.

 

When will Title I be taught? During reading and writing times.

 

Why it is important to have Title I? To help students meet their academic goals.

 

How to help your scholars be successful in school.

 
  1. Have your child read everyday.
  2. Have a place for your child to complete homework every night.
  3. Make sure your child is getting plenty of sleep and is ready for each school day.
  4. Encourage your child to be responsible for their actions and school work.
  5. Stay connected with your child’s teacher and feel free to contact with questions or concerns.
  6. Ask your child about school everyday and encourage them to discuss the day.
 

Who teaches Title I?

Melanie Eicher (Grades K-2)

Kevin Weber (Grades 3-5)

Sierra Robinson (Grades 6-8)

 

Resources:

MDE Title One