Antelope Valley School District

Title I

What is Title I ?

Title I is a federally funded program through the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESSA) that offers supplemental funds to qualifying school. The eligibility of a school to receive Title I services is determined by the number of students receiving free or reduced cost meals

Goal of Title I

The goal of Title I is ensure that all students have an equal opportunity in school to obtain a high quality education and to reach proficiency levels on state academic achievement standards. Title I instruction does NOT take the place of education instruction, rather it supplements to classroom to reach the goal

   Who’s Involved?

Administrators, teachers, school staff, students, parents, and community members are invited to participate in the Title I program at the site and district levels throughout the year to voice opinions, concerns, review school data, and help with the development of the School Site Plan

District Title I Funded Alternative Support Programs

AVID                                                                           Parent and Family Engagement        Afterschool Tutoring

Naviance                                                                    Homeless Students                            Credit Retrieval

1:1 Technology Initiative                                            Supplemental Educational Services

 Read 180                                                                   APED Tutoring

 Math 180                                                                   DigiCoach

Long Term English Learner Supports and Interventions

District Title I Committee Meetings-

At the district office (44811 N. Sierra Hwy, Lancaster, CA 93534)

Sept 26: 9-11 AM        Oct 24: 2:30-4:30 PM            Dec 5: 9-11 AM                       Feb 20: 2:30-4:30 PM

March 20: 9-11 AM

Eastside High School-School Site Council Meetings

Held at Eastside High in the Guidance Office @ 3:10 PM

Mon Oct 15, Tues Nov 13, Mon Dec 10, Tues Jan 22, Tues Feb 9, Mon March 25, Monday April 22,

Monday May 13 or May 20 (TBD)

Parent and Family Engagement Policy:

Política de padres y familia:

This policy describes the means for carrying out designated Title I, Part A parent and family engagement requirements pursuant to ESSA Section 1116(c)

School Parent Compact:

Compacto de padres de escuelA:
A School-Parent Compact for Achievement in Agreement that parents, students, and teachers develop together. It explains how parents and teachers will work together to make sure all our students reach or exceed grade-level standards.