title I Program

Laurel Highlands school district

The Laurel Highlands School District implements a school-wide Title I program.  This means that all students and families within the district may utilize resources and professional development that are paid for with Title I dollars.  Through the confines of the grant requirements, the district is able to allocate resources to include reading intervention, technology, learning software, school supplies, and more. 

What is title i?

Title I is the largest federal assistance program for our nation's schools.  The goal of Title I is to provide a high quality education for every child, so the program provides extra support to students who need it most.  Another goal of the Title I program is to increase parental involvement within schools.

How are Laurel Highlands Title i funds used?

Laurel Highlands uses it's Title I funds to support reading interventions, class size reduction teachers, math coaching, school and classroom supplies, kindergarten registration and materials, professional development for faculty, staff, and parents, technology, educational software, remediation materials, non-public school services, homeless resources, parent involvement and student assistance.

Department of federal programs administration

Administrative Assistant

Tricia Bowlen

724-437-2821 x 1022

tricia.bowlen@lhsd.org

 

Director of Federal Programs

Jason Johns

724-437-2821 x 1021

jason.johns@lhsd.org