Title I

The Family Inquiry Form is the basis for determining school's eligibility for Title I (Government funding). 

If schools qualify, they may get free or reduced price meals, tutoring programs, educational programs -ELA, Math, Science, weekends, more Full-time staff, social workers, support staff, after school programs, etc.  Please take the time to fill out the family inquiry form online, so our schools may be eligible for Title I funding. 

Title I, Part A (Title I)  Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)

 Provides financial assistance to local educational agencies (LEAs) and schools with high numbers or high percentages of children from low-income families to help ensure that all children meet challenging state academic standards. Federal funds are currently allocated through four statutory formulas that are based primarily on census poverty estimates and the cost of education in each state.

Section 1116 Parent & Family Engagement

A minimum of 1% of a school's allocation of Title I, Part A funds must support parent and family engagement activities and programs.  Chancellor’s Regulation A-655 requires School Leadership Teams (SLTs) to consult with Title I parent representatives regarding the Title I program and the use of these funds.   Each Title I school must jointly develop a Parent and Family Engagement Policy that describes how the school will carry out the parent and family engagement requirements aligned with student achievement goals, including the development of a school-parent compact in the SCEP.  Expenditures made with parent and family engagement funding must align closely with those detailed in the jointly developed Parent and Family Engagement Policy.

Parent and Family Engagement funds must be scheduled and expended exclusively for parent education services.  

Title 1 schools must form a Title I Parent Committee, known as a Parent Advisory Council (PAC).  If the Title I Chairperson/Alternate Term expires in  June, Principals will schedule a meeting and send out a "willingness to serve" notice to parents for the Title I PAC for the 2022-2023 school year by June 30th. Please contact your parent coordinator for more information. 

District 22 Title I Schools:  14, 52, 78, 109,  119,  134, 139, 152, 193, 194, 197, 198, 203, 206, 217, 234, 240, 245, 251, 255, 278, 315, 326, 361, 381, 890 , (HS 405, 425, 555, 611, 630) 

District 22 Non Title I Schools: 195,  207,  222,  236,  254,  277,  312,  889 (HS 535)

D22 Title I School Allocations 2023-2024  

The District Family Leadership Coordinator conducts District Parent Advisory Council (DPAC) elections.  DPAC Meetings are held every fourth Thursday of the month hosted by the District Parent Advisory Council. 

Contact District 22 DPAC 

Contact Heather Fiorica, Family Leadership Coordinator

NYSED ESSA Complaint Procedures to Parents of Students 

Protocols and Timelines For Implementation of Required Title I Parent and Family Engagement Activities for SY 2023-2024 (Updated June 2023) 


2023-2024 DPAC Meeting Dates & Agendas


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