Title I Programs
Title I is the largest federally funded program developed to provide additional educational services to help disadvantaged students meet state academic standards. Title I schools implement school wide or targeted assistance programs to ensure academic success for eligible students. Title I funds may be used for a variety of services and activities, primarily to supplement instruction in reading and mathematics.
Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs)
Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs) are state and local performance targets used to determine academic progress in schools. When a school meets state achievement goals for all students and for every subgroup of students, it has met Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs). A school is identified for school improvement when certain AMO goals are not met. Out list of schools in improvement is updated annually.
Title I Parent Involvement
Title I schools encourage partnerships with parents to support student achievement. Title I schools offer a variety of activities to assist parents that include orientation meetings, workshops, family nights and recognition programs. Parent engagement activities for each Title I school are posted on the Title I and school websites.
About the Title I ProgramThe purpose of Title I is to provide supplementary resources to students who attend schools in high economically challenged areas. Free and reduced lunch is used to determine poverty ranking. Additional assistance in core content areas particularly reading and mathematics is provided to enable students to meet high academic standards.
Elementary Schools (22)Bellevue
J. L. Francis
Middle Schools (7)
High Schools (3)Armstrong
Alternative Schools (3)