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Welcome to the Franklin County Title I website

This website was created specifically for parents to easily access information 
regarding your child's enrollment in our Title I schools.


What is Title I ?

The purpose of Title I federal funding 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 state academic assessments.

Visit the United States Department of Education to find out more about Title I.

click here to view our brochure


Our Division  Annual Title I meeting for 2016-17 will take place on Wednesday, April 5th from 5:00 -7:00 pm in the Lower Level at the School Board Office ~ 25 Bernard Road, Rocky Mount, VA  24151


~ Please visit our Title I schools' websites ~

District Level Staff
Brenda McGrath, Federal Programs Coordinator
540-483-5162

Jennifer Rakes, Administrative Assistant 
540-483-5759




Parent Resources
 



 


Virginia Department of Education - SchoolQuality Profiles

Virginia’s new School Quality Profiles provide information about student achievement, college and career readiness, program completion, school safety, teacher quality and other topics of interest to parents and the general public. Report cards are available for schools, school divisions and for the commonwealth.

If parents need a paper copy of the VDOE report, please contact your school administrator or the Office of Federal Programs at 540-483-5162.
 




 

Each subgroup must pass Standards of Learning (SOL) tests in reading and mathematics in order to make acceptable progress over six years. See the breakdown of progress needed to be made each year.


Read more about our guidelines.



PTA’s National Standards for Family-School Partnerships
Each of our Title I schools have Family Engagement Plans that  follow these six standards: 
  • Standard 1—Welcoming All Families into the School Community
  • Standard 2—Communicating Effectively
  • Standard 3—Supporting Student Success
  • Standard 4—Speaking Up for Every Child
  • Standard 5—Sharing Power
  • Standard 6—Collaborating with Community
Click on the link above to find out more about these national standards from the PTA.