Title 1 is the nation’s largest Federal Assistance Program for Schools. Title 1 provides assistance for students who must accelerate their progress to perform at or near grade level. The Title 1 /Academic Support program here at Seven Generations is designed to provide students with extra help in order to bring their academic skills to the high, challenging academic standard needed to be successful in school. We currently provide Academic Support K-3 in reading. Title 1 resources are directed toward students who need the most. These services are designed to supplement students’ regular education instruction in reading. Students qualify for additional support based upon benchmark assessments as well as teacher recommendation. Academic Support services are in addition to core reading instruction.
Tutoring may take place in class or out of class. This is supplemental and your child is not missing valuable class instruction.
For more information on Title 1 please visit: US Department of Education Title 1 Page
Find out more about the Title 1 State Parent Advisory Council (SPAC).
Free Parent Resources for Title 1 Parents
Find Title 1 Academic Support Web Resources.
Links for Reading Tips for Parents:
Reading Rockets’ Tips for Parents of Kindergarteners
Reading Rockets’ Tips for Parents of First Graders
Reading Rockets’ Tips for Parents of Second Graders
Reading Rockets’ Tips for Parents of Third Graders
Reading Rockets Links:
10 Things You Should Know About Reading
Why Some Kids Struggle
Parents as Advocates
Self Esteem and Reading Difficulties
When Kids Hate to Read
Reading Risk Indicators By Grade Level
Access our e-book library: Tumblebooks.com
TumbleBook Library is an online collection of animated, talking picture books which teach young children the joys of reading in a format they’ll love.
RIF-Literacy Central has leveled supplemental reading material for different units or books that you read as a class.
There are about 24 web pages (of 24 per page) activities for different book titles (activities include guides for educators, guides for parents, extension activities for educators, vocabulary activities, some even have musical sing-a-longs.) Click here to view.