The purpose of Title I is to help eligible children achieve the state's academic standards. This is accomplished through supplemental programs that consist of instructional services, instructional support services and increased involvement of parents in their children's education.
Title I funding is determined by our district's free/reduced lunch count, however supplemental services are provided for students based upon academic need. These services are provided by highly qualified personnel.
Each of CGUHSD's schools is currently Title I Targeted Assistance. A school with a Title I Targeted Assistance program, which is primarily addressed in Section 1115 of Title I, Part A, is one that receives Part A funds, yet is ineligible or has chosen not to operate a Title I schoolwide program.
Academic support and services are provided to a select group of students identified as failing – or at most risk of failing – to meet the State’s challenging content and student performance standards in reading and mathematics.
Parents are encourged to be involved at their child's school. There are many opportunities to participate including, but not limited to: advisory counsels, parent education classes, priority team participation, and many others. Please contact your site principal for more information.
Title I services are offered at the following schools:
Title I Strategies for Learning
With the passage of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) legislation, schools and teachers are given assistance in helping students perform at high academic levels.
In addition, parents are now given options for helping their children if they are enrolled in a school that is identified in its second year of improvement. Supplemental Educational Services is one of those options
For more information on SES please visit the AZ Department of Education website
District Office Staff: