The information below explains our 2021-2022 Title I-A funding and gives you details about our plans to make this a great school year for all students. After reading this, please scan the QR code to answer the Title I-A questions. Your voice matters. Thanks for your time!
Title I provides federal funding to schools to help students who are low achieving or at most risk of falling behind.
Title I is given to schools based on the percentage of students receiving free/reduced lunch.
Schools with a percentage of at least 40% are eligible for a schoolwide program. Schools at 75% must be funded.
To assess our students, we use:
Common formative assessments developed by grade-level teams
Universal screeners including EasyCBM
Diagnostic tools like the Core Phonics Survey
Exit Tickets within the literacy and math curricula
the ELPA state assessment for English Learners in grades K-5
the SBAC for English Language Arts & Math in grades 3-5
Hayesville’s schoolwide Title I-A
Hayesville’s schoolwide Title I-A program includes the four core elements in this diagram. Our plan specifically addresses ways that staff will continue to strengthen our home to school communication & partnership with you!
We use Title I-A funds to serve all students. The purpose of these funds is to generate high levels of academic achievement in core subject areas for all students, especially those students most in need.
This is accomplished through:
High quality instructional practices
Strategies and methods to improve staff quality & to provide professional development
Additional staff to provide individual & small group support
Focused Social-Emotional supports
In 21-22 Salem-Keizer will support:
4 Title IA Pre-schools
24 Title IA Elementary Schools
6 Title IA Middle Schools
3 Title IA High Schools
10 Title IA Private Schools
This is approximately 17,416 stu-dents or 49% of the total student population in the district.
We need you!
Reach us at 503-399-3153 to find out how you can be involved!