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Title One
Greetings from the Title I and Literacy Coordinator
Hello and welcome to all members of the Webster learning community,
 
As you know, parents are their children’s earliest and most continuous teachers and are full partners with teachers, principals and administrators in the education of their children. Parents are critical to the success of educational reform and families benefit from learning together by engaging fully in literacy and educational activities.
 
Every child in Webster is eligible to reap the benefits of the Title 1 Program and we would like to extend an invitation to your family to fully participate in its activities and online opportunities.  I welcome your input about additions and changes to make Title 1 the best program for supporting the parents and students of this growing community. Please feel free to call or email me with any comments, suggestions or questions and I will get back to you as quickly as possible.
 
Janice Daniels
Title I and Literacy Coordinator
jdaniels@webster-schools.org


What is Title I and how can it help?
The No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) is the main Federal education law. The goal of NCLB is to improve the academic achievement of all students in the nation's public school. This law has a special interest in closing the achievement gap. Some parts of NCLB apply to all public schools, but some apply only to Title I schools. The Title I program-the largest part of NCLB-gives extra money to schools with high numbers of students from low-income families. All schools must improve under NCLB. But only low-performing schools that receive Title I funding must offer Choice and Supplemental Educational Services (SES) to eligible low-income children.

The Webster Public Schools uses their Federal Funds to improve and provide services to all students in the Park Avenue Elementary (PAE), Webster Middle School (WMS), and Bartlett Jr/Sr. High School (BHS) through schoolwide programs. The goal of the schoolwide programs is to significantly increase the learning opportunities available to raise the achievement of all students, but particularly those who have always been the intended beneficiaries of Title I: low income children, low-achieving children, homeless children, migrant children, children who are neglected or at risk of dropping out, and Limited English Proficient children. 

The Webster Public Schools’ Title I allocation in conjunction with other Federal, State grants and local funds are dedicated to providing highly qualified Teaching Associates at the PAE and WMS, high quality professional development, and scientifically research based curricula.
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