Title 1 Support
Title I Provides financial assistance to states and school districts to meet the educational needs of students at-risk of failing the state’s challenging performance standards in mathematics, reading, and writing. Title I, Part A provides additional instructional services and activities which support students. Title I funds in the Cle Elum Roslyn School District serve students in grades K-5 for reading and 3-5 for math. Students served are those students, who through multiple measures, have been determined to be at most risk of not meeting state performance standards.
What will Title I, Part A offer my child?
The Title I, part A program at Cle Elum Roslyn Elementary will provide your child with additional support in reading and math instruction.
Additional support can include:
- Teaching Materials which supplement a child’s regular education.
- Additional teachers and or instructional assistants
- One to one or small group instruction
- Summer school/After school program
Title I and Parent Involvement
The Cle Elum Roslyn School District strives to partner with families through parent involvement events, open communication and welcoming schools.
- District Parent Involvement Policy Procedures
- OSPI Title I Parent Involvement Information and Resources
Your Right to Know
Professional Qualifications of Teachers
Parents of children attending Title I, Part A schools have the right to request and receive information about the qualifications of the educators who teach students core subjects -- reading, English language arts and mathematics. The same applies to paraprofessionals who provide instruction to students.
For more information regarding Parents Right to Know please contact Carrieanne Selzler at 649-4807
District and School Report Cards
OSPI has a written formal complaint process for resolving issues of violation of a Title I Federal regulation. If you have a concern with Title services we encourage you to contact your child’s teacher, building Principal or the District office. You can also access the Citizen’s Complaint Process through the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) in Olympia.
Learning Assistance Program (LAP)
State Learning Assistance Program (LAP) funds are used to provide supplemental reading services to qualifying students in grades K-2. Students who are not yet at standard in reading benefit from supplemental LAP funded services. Keri Anilionis, reading intervention specialist, provides supplemental instruction to striving students.
The more you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go."
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Title I/LAP Instructional Assistants
- Beth Abraham
- Caitlin Estey
- Marilyn Leaf
- Cindy Randleman
- Katia Merkel
- Monique Strom
For more information regarding Cle Elum-Roslyn School District Title I /LAP programs please contact:
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