Title 1 for Parents/Guardians

Title I is a federal program that provides funds to school districts and schools with high numbers or high percentages of children who are disadvantaged to support a variety of services. Its overall purpose is to ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach, at a minimum, proficiency on challenging state academic achievement standards and assessments.

Please contact Ann Hassett at 207 563-3044 x103 or ahassett@aos93.org with any questions.

Program Elements
Critical program elements are:
District Parent Involvement Policies
Parent Involvement Policy for Title 1 Schools
School Parent Compact
Here is a summary of our Title 1 Parent Compact.  See below for a copy of the brochure.

 Those at home will: Your student's Title 1 teacher will:
 The student will:

  • Review materials with their student
  • Send their student to school daily and on time
  • Assist their student in returning materials to school
  • Maintain communication with school
  • Praise their student’s progress
  • Organize student information for home
  • Encourage regular school attendance
  • Supply materials for at-home use
  • Communicate student progress
  • Provide appropriate instruction
  • Practice the materials sent home with a family member
  • Attend school on time each day

  • Return materials in good condition
  • Ask for help when needed

  • Do their best!

Annual Meeting for Title 1 Parents
We hold an annual Parent Night.  Below is the Parent Night Invitation for our April 2018 meeting.  Download here.
Parent Notification
When a student qualifies for Title support a letter is sent to parents.  Below is a copy of our Title 1 Parent Letter.  The principal, classroom teacher or Title 1 teacher may follow up with a phone call.
Title 1 Parent Letter

Title 1 Parent Letter

Parent /Teacher Compact

Highly Qualified Teachers
Through federal education law, parents have the right to request information on the professional qualifications of the teachers and paraprofessionals in our schools.  If you are interested in learning about this information, please contact your school administrator.  Upon this request, you will receive a detailed explanation of the licensing, education, and experience of each of our teachers.  You will also receive information regarding the qualifications of the paraprofessionals at our schools.

Our staff understands that learning is a life-long pursuit.  Teachers in AOS 93 continually strive to improve by taking part in professional development, graduate courses, conferences and professional learning.