Title 1

Title 1, Part A (Title 1)  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.

A minimum of 1% of a school's allocation of Title I, Part A funds must support parent education
activities and programs. Chancellor’s Regulation A-655 requires School Leadership Teams 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 Involvement Policy (PIP) that describes how the school will
carry out the parent involvement requirements aligned with student achievement goals, including the
development of a school-parent compact in the SCEP. Expenditures made with parent education
funding must align closely with those detailed in the jointly developed PIP.

Title 1 schools must form a Title 1 Parent Committee by 6/30 (latest 10/31) of each school year. Parent Committees may be sub-committees of the PA/PTA or a separate organization known as a Parent Advisory Council (PAC).  PACs must hold separate Title 1 parent meetings, have separate bylaws, where as the Title 1 is discussed at each PA/PTA meeting  & on the PA/PTA Meeting agenda for the subcommittee to report. 

District 22 Title 1 Schoolwide Schools 2017-2018: 

IS 14
PS 52
IS 78
PS/IS 109
PS 119
PS 134
PS 139
PS 152
PS 193
PS 194
PS 197
PS 198
PS 203

    PS/IS 206
    PS 217
    IS 240
    PS 245
    PS 251
    PS 255
    PS 269
    IS 278
    PS 315
    PS 326
    PS 361
    IS 381