TITLE I at Little Mill Middle School
What is Title 1?
Title 1 is a federally funded program that is intended to supplement the regular classroom curriculum. Students are provided extra assistance by highly qualified teachers in reading and/or math. The program’s goal is to support students so that every student meets and/or exceeds the state’s standards. A variety of teaching methods and materials are used to reinforce curriculum concepts.
What does school-wide Title 1 mean?
Little Mill is a school-wide Title 1 program. A school-wide Title 1 program ensures the success of all Little Mill students. Everyone has access to the numerous resources and materials purchase with the Title 1 funds including iPads, Chromebooks, computer programs, books, manipulatives, and learning games. All students are taught by highly qualified staff.
How does this impact my child?
Your child has access to excellent resources and enriching programs. Your family makes a difference in our school through volunteer opportunities, education classes, and parent advisory committies.
Parents' "Right to Know"
In accordance with Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSAT) of 2015, all LEAs are required to notify parents at the beginning of the school year (within 30 calendar days from the start of school, or at the time of enrollment of the student) of their "Right to Know' the professional qualifications of their student's classroom teachers and paraprofessionals.
If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to one of the following Family Engagement Coordinators:
Mrs. Morgan Adams ext. 342212
Mrs. Sandy Forman ext. 342112
Mrs. Kari Shepherd ext. 341138