What Is Title I ?
Title I is a federally funded program that is intended to supplement the regular classroom curriculum. Students are provided extra assistance with reading and/or math. The program's goal is to support students, so that every child meets and/or exceeds the state's standards. A variety of teaching methods and materials are used to reinforce curriculum concepts.
What Does School-Wide Title I Mean ?
A school-wide Title I program ensures the success of all East Jackson Middle School students. Everyone has access to the numerous resources and materials purchased with Title I funds, including iPads, laptops, computer programs, books, manipulatives, and learning games.
How Does This Impact My Child ?
Your child has access to excellent resources and enriching programs. Your family makes a difference in our school through volunteer opportunities, education classes, and parent advisory committees.
Title I Documents
- 22 - 23 School Parent and Family Engagement Policy