The Title I Reading Improvement Program is a federally funded project that provides supplemental reading instruction and support to eligible students. Specific and direct supplemental reading instruction in the skill areas of phonics, vocabulary, and comprehension is offered to students in small group settings. Reading specialists work directly with students to strengthen their reading skills and support children as they become proficient independent readers. Parents/guardians are encouraged to become involved in the design of building level Title I Parent Involvement Plans which promote positive communication between the home and school and training opportunities.
Contact Information for Elderton Elementary Title I Programs:
Title I Monthly Newsletters from Elderton Elementary School
Resources and Events
Please check out our Parent Resource Center located in the lobby. Title I parents and students are able to sign out the items in the Resource Center to use at home. We have just updated many of these items this past year. It includes reading games, books, activities, and much more!
Visit this document to see parent/family information workshops available throughout the 2019-20 school year.
This brochure gives information about the Pennsylvania Department of Education's State Parent Advisory Council, including the dates for the annual conference.