Title 1

A federally funded program designed to ensure that all students have an opportunity to access a high quality education. The program provides additional opportunities and resources for students to acquire the skills outlined in Ohio’s Learning Standards that all students are expected to meet. Title I eligible buildings are determined by federal requirements regarding the percentage of low-income children.

All buildings in the district are eligible to participate in school-wide Title I programs. To receive Title I funding, a school district must submit a local improvement plan each year. Reviews and ongoing monitoring of the success of Title 1 building programs are conducted regularly by the state. Title I services include additional instructional supports, small group tutoring, and access to supplemental resources, in addition to the regular classroom instruction, to ensure all students achieve academic success. Family involvement is a key component to the success of the Title I program. Family involvement opportunities include Annual Title I meeting, School-Family Compact, District and Building Parent Involvement Policy, district/building newsletters, parent-teacher conferences, family nights, volunteer programs, and building-specific events/activities. Additional information on parent resources and academic information is available at www.pta.org/parents.

Title 1 – Parents Right to Know Title 1 – School-Parent Compact Title 1 – Annual Parent Meeting PowerPoint
Student Participation in State Assesments

Policy 7.05

Policy 7.06

Policy 7.10

Parent and Family Engagement

Home and School Connection

Working together for school success, Franklin Local Schools subscribe to monthly Home and School Connection resources, that provide parents/caregivers with practical ideas and resources that promote family/school partnerships to ensure school success for all students. Monthly publications are available here.

Building Readers

Working together to help children become better readers, Franklin Local Schools subscribe to monthly Building Readers, which provide parents/caregivers with practical ideas and resources that can help children become better readers. Monthly publications are available here.