What is Title I? Title I is a federally funded program that is intended to supplement the regular classroom curriculum. Students are provided extra assistance by highly qualified teachers in reading and/or math. The program's goal is to support students, so that every child meets and/or exceeds the state's standards. A variety of teaching methods and materials are used to reinforce curriculum concepts.
What does school-wide Title I mean? A school-wide Title I program ensures the success of all San Jose students. Everyone has access to the numerous resources and materials purchased with Title I funds, including Chromebooks, computer programs, books, manipulatives, and learning games. All students are taught by highly qualified staff.
How does this impact my child? Your child has access to excellent resources, services, and programs. Your child is taught by highly educated and effective staff. Your family makes a difference in our school through volunteer opportunities, education classes, and parent advisory committees.
We invite you to visit our Family Resource Room when you are here at San Jose Schools. It is located in Room 207. It is our pleasure to provide you and your child with a variety of materials and resources to help support specific academic needs. We offer technology, flashcards, and family games to practice skills, and we feel certain that you will find something useful for working with your child at home.