Title I

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    Title I is the nation's largest federal assistance program for schools. Its primary goal being to ensure every child has the opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach proficiency by challenging academic standards. Title I resources are directed towards students who need them most, helping children be successful in school.

    Our district Title I schools operate as a schoolwide program. This means that the Title I resources are used to benefit all children enrolled in the school, as guided by the school's "Schoolwide Program Plan". To make the most of the resources, each Title I school has a leadership team that develops and implements a plan to meet the different needs of the staff, students and parents within the school. The team is comprised of staff members, the principal, parents, and a team coordinator. You can visit the school's site to learn more about their Schoolwide Program Plan and parent involvement activities.

    In Blaine County School District, we have two schools that meet the Title I school status and follow the regulations/guidelines of Title I. These schools are:

    • Bellevue Elementary
    • Alturas Elementary


    For more information contact:

    Kendy Walker

    Director of Special Programs