Today's Choice for Tomorrow's Future

What is Title I?   

Title I is a program funded by the federal government to improve students' academic achievement.  Title I funds are used to expand and supplement the services children already receive in the classroom.  Administration, teachers and parents decide how to use these funds.  The amount provided for each school depends on the number of low-income families enrolled in the school.  

How can I, as a parent, help?

There are many ways parents can be involved in their child's education.  Parents are encouraged to participate on our School Advisory Council (SAC).  This group meets several time a year to determine how Title I funds will be used for the school year.

We have resources on campus that can be checked out by our parents for use at home to enrich academics. See the front office at the school for more information on the process. 

Family Resource Center (located in our PASS room).

Please contact Michol Cortez to schedule a time to visit and check out resources.

At the Resource Center, you can:

Check out books, flashcards, games and more.

Receive tools on how to support your child.

Connect with community resources.

Contact Michol Cortez, Family School Liaison