Title I Information

Each building in the Clintonville School District (including parochial schools) receives a portion of Title I Federal funding.  The services received vary from year to year depending on needs.  The majority of funding is allocated to Longfellow Elementary School.
To read a description of our district's balanced elementary literacy program,  please click here.
Clintonville Public School District currently provides Title I Reading and Math services for children in grades K-8.  This supplemental help is provided by specialists in addition to classroom instruction and typically takes place in small group format.  These specialists also work with teachers to provide insight into best teaching practices and resources.
All Title I staff work closely with parents.  Title teachers hold conferences, complete periodic progress reports, host family fun/educational nights, and provide specific home practice materials.
"Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body."--Joseph Addison
How is Title I money allocated?
This Federal grant is based on free and reduced lunch numbers and is allocated per building.
How are children selected for the program? 
Children are selected by teacher recommendation and through
formal and informal test results.
 "Pure mathematics is, in its way, the poetry of logical ideas."--Albert Einstein
For more information about Title I see State DPI guidelines

For Students:

Tumble Books


For Parents:

LD Online

Reading Rockets


Contact Us:

Need more information or have a question?  Please feel free to contact us:

Kathryn Moser

Longfellow Elementary
Room 240
Ext. 3236

Jacqueline MIchalowski

Longfellow Elementary
        Room 248
        Ext. 3237

Kathy Block

Clintonville Middle                 School
        Room 405
        Ext. 2442



Title I staff is an integral part of the RTI program.
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