Title I is a federal program that serves the unique needs of children - kindergarten to grade 12 - who struggle to learn. Title I programs and services enrich time at school with customized instruction and curriculum that helps these students meet academic standards and take an active, engaged interested in what they learn and can do.Services offered through Title I may include:
- Smaller classes or special instructional spaces.
- Additional teachers and aides.
- Opportunities for professional development for school staff.
- Extra time for teaching Title I students the skills they need.
- A variety of supplementary teaching methods.
- An individualized program for students.
- Additional teaching materials which supplement a student's regular instruction.
Registration Open for Annual Title I Parent Conference
PASCO, WA – Parents of students in kindergarten through 12th grade can register now for the annual Title I Regional Parent Conference, taking place Friday, February 22 from 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM at the Red Lion Hotel in Pasco. Hosted by Educational Service District (ESD) 123 in partnership with the school districts, the conference is offered free-of-charge to parents and will include a variety of workshops on how to support children at home so they can be successful in school.
Conference workshops will cover topics such as barriers to academic success, positive communication with teenagers, preparing for immigration reform, and concerns about drugs, internet safety, violence prevention, and bullying. In addition, there will be a resource fair with informational booths from local community services.
All attendees must register for the conference by February 1. The conference is free for parents, as registration fees are paid by the school districts. There will be workshops in both Spanish and English, and interpretation may be available in selected sessions.
For more information, please contact Lupe Mota, Migrant Education Program Administrator, at 509.544.5756 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About ESD 123: Educational Service District 123, based in Pasco, WA, is one of nine ESDs in Washington. Dedicated to delivering collaborative solutions that promote learning, ESD 123 serves 23 school districts in seven counties of Southeastern Washington. Under Superintendent Darcy Weisner and its board of directors, this legislatively mandated, not-for-profit educational organization provides efficiency of educational systems and equity of learning opportunities for over 70,000 Washington students. For more information about ESD 123, please call 509-544-5700 or 888-547-8441 or visit www.esd123.org.
Lupe Mota, Migrant Program Administrator