Title I
Title I, Part A, provides resources to help ensure that all children have the opportunity to receive a quality education, resulting in their attainment of high academic standards. Title I targets resources to districts and schools whose needs are the greatest. 
Even though the amount of Title I funds a school and district may receive is based on poverty rates, the children that benefit from the program(s) are not, necessarily, just students of poverty. Rather, Title I programs work to address the needs of a school's lowest performing students and those students found to be at most risk for not meeting state academic standards. 
No Child Left Behind brought greater accountability to Title I states, districts, and schools for improving the academic achievement of all students and turning around low-performing schools.
2016-17 Title I Schools:

  • Centennial Elementary

  • Dos Rios Elementary

  • Jackson Elementary

  • Madison Elementary

  • Maplewood Elementary

  • Martinez Elementary

  • Scott Elementary

  • Shawsheen Elementary

  • Bella Romero Academy K-8

  • Salida del Sol Academy

  • Franklin Middle

  • Prairie Heights Middle

 When a Title school does not meet state standards, students have the choice to transfer to another school within the district.  For more information, click here: Title I School Choice

Jesse Tijerina
Director of Cultural Excellence & Family Engagement
Tessa Erickson
Title I Specialist