What is Title I?
Title I is a program funded by the federal government to improve students' academic achievement. Title I funds are used to expand and supplement the services children already receive in the classroom. Administration, teachers and parents decide how to use these funds. The amount provided for each school depends on the number of low-income families enrolled in the school.
How can I, as a parent, help?
There are many ways parents can be involved in their child's education. Parents are encouraged to participate on our School Advisory Council (SAC). This group meets several time a year to determine how Title I funds will be used for the school year.
Eustis Middle School has been named a Title I school for the 2019-20 school year. Here you will find a copy of our Title I forms, educational and needs based resources, as well as upcoming Title I events.
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Title I Staff:
- Lower Quartile Resource Teacher- Brian Tatai
- Family School Liaison- Teresa Wills
- Literacy Coach- Whitney Cassidy
- MTSS Coach- Sherrita Alexander
*Please feel free to reach out to the staff if you have any questions. We are more than happy to help in any way that we can.
You can locate our Family Resource Center on campus in the media center. There you will find items to check out and use at home with your child, as well as many other resources to help this school year. You should have received the Parent Right to Know Letter during the second week of school. If you did not receive or need another copy of the letter, you may find copies in the front office or in the Family Engagement Center, as well as on this Title I webpage.