Title I

Title I funds help schools increase student achievement and strengthen family and community partnerships. Title I programs vary, but the goal at every school is ensuring all children have a high quality education and opportunities for academic growth and success.

District wide family
engagement plan
Informational Slides
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Title I programs:

  • provide additional instruction to help eligible students improve reading, writing or math skills in grades K-8
  • coordinate instructional activities with the classroom or subject area teacher for more effective learning
  • provide a variety of instructional resources, professional development and materials that complement school division’s initiatives
  • provide individual and/or small group supplemental instruction
  • promote self-esteem to help children reach their full potential
  • provide extended day opportunities before and after school
  • extend the school year with opportunities and assistance to attend summer session
  • encourage parent and family involvement through parent conferences, workshops and partnership opportunities

Please contact your principal or school-based Title I staff for partnership opportunities.

Twenty-three schools in Chesterfield County receive Title I funds

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