Title I, Part A
Omak School District allocates Title IA funds to North Omak Elementary and East Omak Elementary providing school-wide support programs to meet the educational needs of students at-risk of failing the state’s challenging performance standards in English Language Arts (ELA) and Mathematics. Title I, Part A provides additional instructional services and activities which support students identified as failing or most at risk of failing.
How do schools receive Title I, Part A funds?
- First, the federal government provides funding to each state based on census data.
- Then, each State Educational Agency (SEA) awards money to its school districts. Districts determine schools eligible for Title I, Part A funding by following ESEA Title I Part A rules.
- Finally, each district determines which of their schools will receive Title I, Part A program services based on the school’s poverty rate and student needs.
Note: The Omak School District allocates Title I funding to North Omak Elementary and East Omak Elementary Schools to provide supplemental support to students and targeted professional development for staff.
Then the school will:
- Identify the students who need the additional educational assistance based upon the required criteria. Students do NOT have to be from low-income families to receive Title I, Part A services.
- Set goals for improving the skills of educationally disadvantaged students at their school.
- Develop school-wide programs with individual student in mind, to support/supplement regular classroom instruction.
- Measure student progress to determine the success of the Title I, Part A program for each student.
How can parents help?
Communicate: Staying informed and responding promptly to all communications from the school or the school district.
Be an example: Showing your child that education is important by reading, attending parent/teacher conferences and attending open houses.
Volunteer: Volunteering at your child’s school and helping with extra-curricular activities.
Learn: Finding out how to help your child with classwork, homework and future education plans.
Get involved: Joining school/parent organizations, school improvement teams, advisory councils and other parent committees.
Omak School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age,veteran or military status, sexual orientation, sexual expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Civil Rights Coordinator and Title IX Coordinator: LeAnne Olson, (509) 826-7687, firstname.lastname@example.org; and Section 504 Coordinator: John Holcomb, (509) 826-8342, email@example.com, P.O. Box 833, Omak, WA 98841.
El Distrito Escolar de Omak no discrimina en ningún programa o actividad por motivos de sexo, raza, credo, religión, color, nacionalidad, edad, estado militar o veterano, orientación sexual, expresión de género o identidad, incapacidad o el uso de un perro entrenado o un animal guía o de servicio, y proporciona el mismo acceso a los Boy Scouts y otros grupos de jóvenes que sean designados. Los siguientes empleados han sido designados para estar a cargo de preguntas y quejas de presunta discriminación: Coordinadora de Derechos Civiles y Coordinador del Título IX: LeAnne Olson, (509) 826-7687, firstname.lastname@example.org; y el Coordinador de la sección 504: John Holcomb, (509) 826-8342, email@example.com, P.O. Box 833, Omak, WA 98841.