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Last Updated Date: 02/14/2023

Adoption Date: 06/22/2021

Revision History: 3/22/22 (updated), 2/14/23 (updated), 2/13/24 (reviewed)

Students who attend a Title I identified school are eligible to receive services from the Title I program. Title I is designed to provide instructional support in reading (and possibly math,) by highly qualified teachers during the school day. Please review the compact and call your child’s school with any questions.

Goals for students in the programs

Reading goals may include:

  • Increase phonemic awareness and phonics skills
  • Increase sight word recognition in reading and writing
  • Increase fluency when reading and writing familiar text/words
  • Increase use of multiple strategies when reading and writing unfamiliar text/words
  • Increase comprehension of and ability to retell stories orally and in writing

Math goals may include:

  • Increase understanding of number sense
  • Increase understanding in whole number place value
  • Increase proficiency with basic addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts
  • Increase use of appropriate strategies to solve problems
  • Increase ability to communicate mathematical thinking to peers, teachers, and others

How is instruction delivered in a Title I program?

Students participate in one-on-one or small or small group instruction with a Title I teacher or classroom teacher. Title I teachers and classroom teachers will work together to coordinate the literacy or math instruction provided in the classroom and in the group setting.

Why is parent involvement necessary?

According to research, parent or guardian involvement is a key factor in a child’s academic success. Therefore, parent or guardian involvement plays an important role in the development of the guidelines for the reading programs. Teachers plan meeting to:

  • Share reading and writing ideas and strategies that can be helpful at home
  • Provide materials for parents to use at home
  • Answer questions parents or guardians have regarding the reading or math programs

The role of parent/guardian


I _____________, want my child to achieve. Therefore, I will encourage them by doing the following:

  • See that my child attends school regularly and on time.
  • Establish a habit of reading with my child every day for 10-30 minutes.
  • Let my child see me reading and writing (modeling).
  • Participate in conferences and activities.
  • Read through newsletters to discuss the activities with my child.
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