Title I Program

Overview

The ISD 482 Title I Program is a federally funded program that provides supplemental instruction for elementary children who are performing below grade level in reading and/or mathematics.
Qualifying school are determined by the state, and programming is adjusted annually to reflect federal guidelines.

ISD 482 Title programming provides additional tutoring, monitoring, and educational resources for identified students. These resources are funded in their entirety through the annual federal Title grant.

Parent involvement is a key component of the program. Parents are notified when their child is eligible for Title services, and the schools plan a variety of parent activities to promote parent involvement and enhance communication.

For more information about the Title I program in ISD 482, contact your school’s principal or Jeanyne Gomez, Assessment and Federal Programs Coordinator.

Federal Requirements

Under federal law, all Title I programs are required to be able to provide the following information and meet the requirements below:

  • Provide data and keep all stakeholders (including parents) informed about Title I programs.
  • Provide information to parents about student assessment and performance on statewide assessments.
  • Provide information to parent about staff, their qualifications and assignments.
  • Have a plan in place to help facilitate parent involvement with the Title I program. (This form is available for download under the Forms tab.)
  • Collect parent feedback about the programs and activities of the Title I program.
  • Distribute compacts/parent notification to all parents/students.
  • Provide services to both public and non-public schools in the target area.
  • Have an accurate accounting system in place to track all Title I expenditures.
  • Supplement but do not supplant core curriculum.