Title I is a federally funded program available to schools with a high percentage of students eligible for free and reduced lunch. These funds are above and beyond the district funds given to schools and are to be used to enhance student achievement. Our Title I facilitator is Robert Ovalle. We have 12 Title I teachers who teach small groups in grades kindergarten through fifth grades. The Title I program helps fund our school's Reading Club program. Every student is involved in the Reading Club program. Students spend an extra 30 minutes outside their reading block receiving reading interventions or enrichment. Groups are formed based on student data and progress with the intervention.
For more information regarding this program, click on the following documentation links:
Title I News
Parents Right to Know
2012-2013 Title I Parental Involvement Plan (PIP)
Below is the link to the PowerPoint information that was shown during the third grade FCAT Night presentation. Please feel free to contact ANY of the third grade teachers if you need further assistance:
2012-2013 FCAT Night
To view our Title I program events for the 2012-2013 school year, click on the following link:
Title I Parent Involvement Events
Please click the survey link below to participate in the annual New Heights Elementary Title I Parent Survey. The purpose of this survey is to provide the Pinellas County School District's (PCS) Title I Program leadership with valuable feedback from parents of students enrolled at New Heights Elementary. Your opinion counts!
New Heights Elementary Title I Parent Survey
If you have additional questions that the above information didn't address, please contact Jami Esposito at 727-521-5350 Ext. 2133, or you can email her by clicking on the following link:
Title I/Family and Community Liaison