Title I

  • Title I is a federal program that provides additional funding to school districts with high numbers of children who are disadvantaged. The stated purpose of Title I is to “ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach, at a minimum, proficiency on challenging State academic achievement standards and academic assessments.”

    Title I funds provide supplemental services to children in Title I schools in the form of Targeted Assistance or Schoolwide Programs. The Targeted model provides direct services to students with the greatest need for supplemental services. The Schoolwide program model provides services to all students with the focus on students with the greatest need. Both program models provide supplemental instruction to improve the academic performance of students.

    Title I schools for 2015-16 are listed below with their corresponding model program:

    Schoolwide Programs
    Aldrich Intermediate School
    Converse Elementary
    Cunningham Intermediate
    Fruzen Intermediate 
    Gaston Elementary
    Hackett Elementary
    McNeel Intermediate
    Merrill Elementary
    Robinson Elementary
    Todd Elementary

    Targeted Programs
    Beloit Learning Academy (BLA)
    Roy Chapman Andrews Academy (RCAA)

Contact Information

  • To learn more about the Title I program at your child’s school, you may contact the building principal, or the following:

    Jacqueline Jolly
    Director of Teaching, Learning and Innovation
    Kathy Carlson
    Administrative Assistant for Grants – Finance