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Title I

What is Title 1?
Title I programs are federally funded instruction that is in addition to core reading and math classes for students who are struggling to meet the state standards. The federal government gives funds to Delaware through the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) to divide among school districts based on their percentage of low-income families and participating schools. Colonial uses its Title I funds for at-risk students to operate supplemental programs in reading and math. These programs are in compliance with Response to Intervention (RTI), another federal mandate.

Castle Hills is a Title I school
Title I programs are federally funded instruction that is in addition to core reading or language arts classes for students who are struggling to meet the state standards. The federal government gives funds to Delaware to divide among school districts based on their percentage of low-income families and participating schools. Colonial uses its Title I funds for at-risk students to operate programs in reading.
Parent Involvement

Parent Involvement is a key element for student success. More information about Parent Involvement can be found at the Parent Information Center of Delaware website. Also see Colonial School District Guidelines for Involvement of Parents (English) and Colonial School District Guidelines for Involvement of Parents (Spanish).

Parent Rights and Title I Documents
Parent Notification Letter —
Delaware Complaint Process, English
Delaware Complaint Process, Spanish

Response to Intervention (RTI)
Visit the National Center on Response to Intervention for more information.

Title I Compact
Parent Review of the Title I Compact is scheduled for April 25th at 6 p.m.,
Castle Hills Elementary School. See the Title I Compact for 2011-2012.