Title I Funds

  • Title One at Pike Lake Kindergarten Center

    Pike Lake Kindergarten Center uses School-wide Title Funds to support readers. Pike Lake Education Center is dedicated to ensuring all students leave Kindergarten with a solid foundation in literacy. As a K-center we understand the importance of setting the stage for our students to be successful in years to come and that student's ability to read is a huge contributor to that success. PLEC has three reading intervention teachers that are dedicated to providing researched based interventions, in a targeted and systematic way to support our struggling readers. Our interventionists work as team to set goals and provide quality instruction to our students identified as needing extra support. We believe that partnership with classroom teachers and families is essential to achieve success for all. Our staff is committed to providing a quality education for your child!

    Title One at Bel Air Elementary School

    Bel Air Elementary is a Title One School. Title One funds are used to support additional literacy needs. Bel Air Elementary wants to ensure that all children are making growth and are meeting their academic goals. Teachers work together as a team and make decisions on how best to meet the literacy needs of each and every student. One way we help to ensure that children are making the needed growth, is by providing an additional small group in reading for those students who would benefit. In this small group, students meet with a reading intervention teacher for literacy instruction at his/her instructional reading level, in addition to meeting with their classroom teacher. 
     

    Title One at Pinewood Elementary School

    Pinewood is a Title One School. Title One funds are used to support students with additional literacy needs.
    A core component of our balanced literacy model at Pinewood focuses on using frequent formative and summative assessments in order to provide specific feedback to students and guide instructional decisions. Key amongst these instructional decisions, is the identification of students who need extra support in the area of literacy. District-wide criteria is utilized to help with early identification of students who would benefit from additional literacy support. Students who demonstrate a need for intervention, are provided with daily support that matches the student’s individual need, connects to quality core classroom instruction, and is aligned to our district intervention framework. Students receiving intervention meet with an intervention teacher until district established proficiency targets are met.

    Title One at Sunnyside Elementary School

    Sunnyside Elementary is a Title One School. Title One funds are used to support additional literacy needs. Sunnyside Elementary wants to ensure that all children are making growth and are meeting their academic goals. Teachers work together as a team and make decisions on how best to meet the literacy needs of each and every student. One way we help to ensure that children are making the needed growth, is by providing an additional small group in reading for those students who would benefit. In this small group, students meet with a reading intervention teacher for literacy instruction at his/her instructional reading level, in addition to meeting with their classroom teacher. 

    Title One at Valentine Hills

    Title One provides funding to support readers who need additional literacy support. Valentine Hills Elementary works hard to ensure academic growth for all of our students. Teachers work together to make instructional decisions that best fit the individual needs of each student. If a child demonstrates a need for additional literacy support, he/she receives an additional small group with a reading intervention teacher during their school day. The classroom teacher and the intervention teacher work collaboratively to support their students at their instructional level and closely monitor their students' progress along the way.