WE ARE A TITLE I SCHOOL. WHAT DOES THAT MEAN?
Title I is a federal program that provides money to schools and districts to help us make sure all children have equal access to high-quality education, and to meet our state’s educational standards. Title I status is based on the number of students in our school from low income families. Our school is a schoolwide Title I program, which means all our students are able to benefit from the services we provide with our Title I funding.
We are required to use Title I funding to improve the educational achievement of all students and engage our families in that process. School staff members work, with input from parents and the community, to develop a School Improvement Plan. The purpose of this plan is to improve our school’s entire educational program.
To view our School Improvement Plan, visit: https://hia.mpls.k12.mn.us/SIP_(School_Improvement_Plan)
To view our Family Improvement Plan, visit: https://hia.mpls.k12.mn.us/Family_Involvement_Plan
For more information, see our information packets below: