What is Title I?
- Title I is the largest federally funded education program that provides resources to school districts meeting the eligibility requirements. Title I funds help improve educational opportunities for disadvantaged students. In order to be a Title I School, a school must have at least 40% of its students on free or reduced lunch on the 135th day of school last year. By the 135th day of school last year, 55% of Carver’s students were on free or reduced lunch.
How can parents become involved?
The District and School Parent Involvement Policy will be sent home in a Monday Folder. Your comments and suggestions are greatly appreciated by the staff at Carver and are an important part of our Title I Program.
The Title I Project is available for parents to review in the school office and in the Media Center. Parents also have access to our Parent Resource Library housed in the Media Center and will be notified of workshops throughout the school year.
Carver parents are important to our school’s success. We appreciate your active involvement and enthusiastic support.
Carver’s Title One Plan is available in the office and the school library for the public to view.