CCS Title I

Title I, Part A is the largest federally funded program for our nation’s schools and provides financial assistance to local educational agencies (LEAs) and schools with high numbers or high percentages of children from low-income families. The Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) is currently used to measure poverty for Title I purposes. Title I, Part A funds are used to help ensure that all children meet challenging state academic standards.

Title I funds are used in a variety of ways based on the schools' individual needs and may include:

  • Additional teachers, TA’s or tutors

  • Professional development

  • Learning materials and resources

  • Various technology

  • Parent & family events and resources to use at home

CCS Parent and Family Engagement Policy

CCS Parent and Family Engagement Policy Summary

Title I Department Staff

Title I Director

Tamara Goforth


Literacy Specialist

Laura Beaver


Title I Facilitator

Heather Stevenson


Title I Compliance Support

Laura McGill


Title I Administrative Assistant

Angie Knapp


Title I Recognition

West Elementary

NC Distinguished School for High Progress

Heather Pagan, Principal of West Elementary School, and six of her instructional staff were recognized and honored as a Distinguished School of High Progress at the NC Association of Compensatory Educators' Fall Conference on October 24, 2019. West Elementary was one of two Title I schools across the state of NC recognized in this category for their academic accomplishments. Way to go WEST!!

UPDATE: West Elementary earns national recognition for being selected as North Carolina's 2020-2021 ESEA Distinguished School. Congratulations West!! READ MORE

CCS Title I Information