Title I Programs - Wayne Township Public Schools
Title I, Part A (Title I) of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESEA) provides financial assistance to local educational agencies (LEAs) and schools with high numbers or high percentages of children from low-income families to help ensure that all children meet challenging state academic standards.
Wayne Title I Schools:
- John F. Kennedy Elementary School
- Randall Carter Elementary School
- Ryerson Elementary School (Schoolwide Designation)
- Anthony Wayne Middle School
- George Washington Middle School
Title I Federal grant assistance (through the ESEA/ESSA application process) allows the five Title I schools in Wayne to offer additional intervention in both academic and socioemotional areas of support based on assessment data, teacher input, and parent feedback holistically collected to make these supports individual to the school, students, and families as needed. The most common supports provided are: additional supplemental instructional support (push in class support, after school instruction, and summer programs), SEL/character development programs to support student wellness and readiness to learn, professional development for teachers with an intervention and SEL focus, and materials purchased to help enhance learning and character development for targeted students. For more on what each school is offering, please visit their website, attend their annual parent Title I meetings, or contact the building principal to find out more about what services may be available to your children at these schools.
Click below to read the parent letters, parent policy, and other important district wide communication regarding Title I:
Sample Annual Title I Parent Letter (Exact letter varies by school based on programs / targeted students)
For Non-Public Schools we consult with, in addition to the packet you are sent annually, you may also find all state forms and required documentation