Title I Information

Title I programs are designed to improve academic outcomes for all students by strengthening instruction, promoting a culture of high expectations, engaging and empowering families, ensuring safe and healthy learning conditions, and providing a broad range of student supports.

The Parent Information quick link includes information from the District office:

As a Title I school, we must provide our families with notification of their rights to request and receive information regarding their child's education.  The rights are listed below.  

  • Parents/Guardians may request information regarding the professional qualifications of their child’s teacher.
  • Parents/Guardians have the right to be notified if their child has been assigned to or taught by a teacher who is considered out-of-field because the teacher does not hold certification in the subject area or grade level being taught.
  • Parents/Guardians may inquire if non-teacher personnel are providing instruction to their child and, if so, their professional qualifications.
  • Parents/Guardians have the right to be provided information on their child’s level of achievement and growth on state academic assessments.
If you would like to request this information about your child's teachers, please contact the school at