Title 1 School Wide Program
A Title 1 schoolwide program provides opportunities for all students in the school to meet Texas' high performance standards. Each elementary and intermediate school at North Lamar ISD is serving students through Title 1 schoolwide programs designed to benefit all children.
How Title 1 Works
The federal government provides funding each year to the state. The Texas Education Agency sends money to local school districts based on the number of low-income families in the district.
The local school district identifies eligible schools and provides Title 1 resources based on the percentage of children from low-income families.
One goal of Title 1 is to involve parents in all aspects of the program including goal setting, planning, evaluation, volunteer opportunities and tips for working with children at home.
Title 1 Services
Oral Language is provided to Pre K – 1st grade students for intensive instructions in receptive (listening) and expressive (speaking) language skills. Brain Gym activities are incorporated into the instructions. Parker & Higgins
Literacy Groups are small groups of student led by trained Reading Recovery teachers for the purpose of reading and writing acceleration. Strategies for successful, independent reading and writing are the focus of the groups. Parker, Higgins & Everett
Math and/or Reading Interventions provide small group instruction for selected students. Parker, Higgins, Everett & Bailey
Summer School meets the needs by focusing on skills in reading & math that will benefit the student in the new school year. Bailey, Parker, Everett & Higgins
Professional Development for Staff at Bailey, Parker, Everett & Higgins
Teacher Qualifications – Parent Right to Request
Parent Family Engagement Policy
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