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Title I Program

Rose Marie Daymut, Director of Federal Programs
Laura Carpenetti, Title I Secretary

                                                                                                                         

Title I is a Federal program whose purpose is to ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and to reach, at a  minimum, proficiency on challenging state academic achievement standards and state academic assessments.


Cambridge City Schools Title I funds are used to support the following programs:

Activity

Description

Buildings

Reading Recovery

One-on-one intensive intervention for identified first grade students

Cambridge Primary School

Individual and Small Group Intervention

Reading & Math intervention provided through in-class or pull-out sessions

Cambridge Primary & Intermediate Schools

STAR Reading

Assessment and Progress Monitoring Tool (RTI)

Cambridge Primary & Intermediate Schools

STAR Math

Assessment and Progress Monitoring Tool (RTI)

Cambridge Primary & Intermediate Schools

Summer Readers

Encourage summertime reading

Cambridge Primary & Intermediate Schools

Home Messenger System

Automated system to provide timely school to home communication

Cambridge Primary & Intermediate Schools

Staff Professional Development

Reading Recovery training through The Ohio State University

Cambridge Primary & Intermediate Schools

  

Family-School Compacts

These Calendar magnets will be available in the offices at Cambridge Primary School, Cambridge Intermediate School, and Cambridge Middle School.  If you have not received 

a magnet, please contact the office at your student’s school.

 

Cambridge City Schools
Title I Office Contact Information

Garfield Administrative Center

518 South 8th Street
Cambridge, OH  43725

Phone:  740.439.3895
Fax:  740.432.2809

Email:  rose.daymut@cambridgecityschools.org



No Child Left Behind (NCLB) / Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) News...

As stated in the NCLB / ESSA federal legislation, you have the right to know the professional qualifications of the classroom teachers and aides who instruct your child.  If you request this information from the Garfield Administrative Center, we are required to furnish you with this information in a timely manner.  Questions and requests may be directed to the Title I Office at 740-439-3895.