What is Title I Support?
Every year, each child’s progress towards meeting the English Language Arts goals and objectives for his/her current grade is measured in a variety of ways including:
- Standardized tests, such as the PARCC
- Performance on diagnostic and benchmark assessments
- Daily performance in classroom subjects
Children, whose performance indicates that they may need assistance in order to be successful in the subsequent grade as evidenced by the criteria noted below, are provided this additional help through Title I support services. Please see the below Back to School Night Presentation for more information about our Title I and Basic Skills instructional support program.
The Reading Specialists in our program take note of each child’s individual needs and teach appropriate strategies to help him/her succeed in the regular classrooms. Research-based materials are used for instruction. Title I support services are part of the regular school program, do not replace daily English Language Arts classes and are not special education classes. Both teachers are highly qualified to meet the students’ needs.
Please check this site frequently for current information and helpful tips for assisting your children. Below are sample letters and required information by the New Jersey Department of Education regarding the Title I instructional support program.
School-Level Parent and Family Engagement Policy
Policy 2415.04 Title 1 – District-Wide Parental Involvement
If you have concerns, you may complete the complaint form below and an administrator will address your concern. Thank you.
Please refer to the below links to our district policy/regulation on Title I Support Services.