Title I provides federal dollars for supplemental educational opportunities for disadvantaged children who are most at risk of failing to meet the State's challenging content and performance standards. Title I gives districts the opportunity to create two types of school-based programs: Targeted Assistance and Schoolwide.
- A Targeted Assistance program is one in which individual students in a school are targeted to receive Title I services. Students are identified based upon multiple, educationally related objective criteria. Services may be delivered in a number of ways. Title I teachers in Targeted Assistance schools are responsible for providing these services, coordinating with other school personnel as needed, and involving parents in the planning, implementation and evaluation of the Title I program.
North Reading Public Schools is currently funded for math targeted assistance programs at the Hood, Little and Middle School as well as extended day and professional development opportunties that serve those working with the highest need students district-wide.
Notification to Parent's of Teacher Qualifications
Title I Grant Coordinator
Title I Data Analyst
Title I Math Tutors
Hood School - Danielle O'Heir
Little School - Katie Rago
Middle School - Michele Mulik