Reading: Jessica Reaves, Michelle Miles, Karen Hoover (Reading Specialist)
Math: Amanda Holt, Lynne Hart
Our school is a Title I school. Title I funds help schools increase student achievement and strengthen family and community partnerships. Title I programs vary from school to school, but the goal at every school is ensuring that all children have a high-quality education and opportunities to foster academic growth and success.
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Please contact your principal or school-based Title I staff for partnership opportunities.
Title I dollars help increase student achievement and strengthen communities. Title I programs vary from school to school, but the goal at every school is ensuring that all children have a high-quality education. All Chesterfield County schools, whether they receive Title I money or not, provide an engaging and relevant education that prepares every student to adapt and thrive in a rapidly changing world. Here’s what Title I does:
Title I is the U.S. government’s largest assistance program for schools, putting federal money into schools that have a high percentage of students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch.
Title I began in 1965 as Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Act and was reauthorized in 2001 in the No Child Left Behind Act. Title I money must be used to supplement — not replace — what is provided by the local school district for all other schools.
Parent involvement at all grade levels is key in all Title I schools. In addition to holding an annual meeting, Title I schools offer these opportunities: