Title I

Title I Program

A federally funded program that helps local schools meet the needs of all students.

The Title I school-wide program is designed to assist all students as they learn to read and solve mathematical problems. Title I teachers and coaches are trained as specialists in reading and mathematics. In reading, Title I supports students in many different experiences including reading, writing, spelling, speaking and listening. In mathematics, Title I supports students by building number sense, increasing computation skills, and strengthening the understanding of shapes and patterns. While all students benefit from the school wide model, some students may receive additional services from the Title I specialist.

Children Served

All students benefit from the school-wide Title I program. Students who meet certain qualifications for additional support may receive additional services in reading, writing, and/or mathematics.

Qualifications of Teachers

At the beginning of each school year, divisions that receive Title I funds must notify the parents of each student attending that parents may request information regarding the professional qualifications of the student’s classroom teachers. Charlottesville City Schools handles these notifications on a case-by-case basis.

Note:  Beginning in 2017-18, school divisions are required to send notifications to parents in Title I schools if their children are taught four or more weeks by a teacher who is not properly licensed in Virginia to teach the class to which the students are assigned. 

School Report Cards (School Quality Reports)

You can find the Charlottesville City Schools Quality Report on the Virginia Department of Education web site by clicking here.

Testing Transparency and Parent Opt Out

Title I Staff

Dr. Kendra King – KingK1@charlottesvilleschools.org
Jenifer Davis

Jennifer Herring – 245-2400

Parent Advisory Committee

The Title I Parent Advisory Committee will meet periodically during the year. The committee takes an active role in crafting the school plan. Ways to improve student achievement as well as parent and community involvement are discussed. Anyone interested in serving on the Parent Advisory Committee may contact his or her child’s school for more information. Transportation is available for meetings events.

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