Title I Coordinator (Family Engagement Coordinator)
What is Title I?
The purpose of Title I, Part A is to provide all children significant opportunity to receive a fair, equitable, and high-quality education, and to close educational achievement gaps. The Title I, Part A is an ESEA program intended to:
Ensure all children have the opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach proficiency on challenging state academic standards and assessments,
Provide funding to supplement educational opportunities for students in higher poverty schools,
Provide professional learning for school staff, and
Implement other strategies for raising student academic achievement.
Minot Public Schools has identified nine Title I schools in the district for the 2022-2023 school year:
Bell Elementary School (Targeted Assistance)
Dakota Elementary School (Schoolwide)
Jim Hill Middle School (Schoolwide)
Lewis & Clark Elementary School (Targeted Assistance)
Longfellow Elementary School (Schoolwide)
McKinley Elementary School (Targeted Assistance)
Roosevelt Elementary School (Schoolwide)
Sunnyside Elementary School (Schoolwide)
Washington Elementary School (Schoolwide)
The District also provides Targeted Assistance programming to eligible private school students in Minot.
Title I schools provide additional supports, which may include some or all of the following:
Title I reading or math teachers (interventionists) who provide supplemental services to at-risk learners
Title I paraprofessional(s) who work under the direct supervision of a teacher in providing additional instructional services to at-risk students
High-quality, evidence-based professional development opportunities related to serving at-risk students
Title I schools in Minot can help:
improve their reading and math achievement by providing evidence-based reading and math instruction guided by research-based assessments.
learn and apply research-based reading and math strategies.
become partners in their children's education through communication, involvement, and education.
by providing assessment and progress monitoring data to inform instruction in the classroom.
by providing evidence-based intervention in reading and math to their students.
by developing research-based programs to supplement the regular classroom instruction in reading and math.