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Title 1/Homeless Support Information

Farmington School District

Title I, Part A Overview

       Title I, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act/No Child Left Behind is designed to help disadvantaged children meet challenging content and student performance standards. The funds are allocated to school districts based on poverty data. Once the allocation is received by the district, the funds are used to meet the needs of students that are academically in need of additional support.

    All school with in the Farmington School District function as Schoolwide Title 1 schools.  Under this model, student benchmark assessment scores and performance in class are reviewed to identify students who will be offered Title 1 support. All Title I support is provides in addition to academic support that the district normally provides. Some examples of additional support provided in the past through Title I, Part A funds within the Farmington School District are as follows: 

  • additional academic support provided by additional staff within the classroom or within a pull-out (outside the regular classroom) model
  • after-school and summer academic programs and assistance
  • additional professional development for school staff, focused on the implementation of the school innovation plans
  • additional books and materials in the classroom and in Title I pull-out programs
  • supplies and funding for parent involvement activities
  • supplies, materials, tutoring and support for homeless students
  • additional technology and intervention tools

 Additional information regarding the Title I, Part A program within the Farmington School District can be requested through the District Title I Proiect Manager and Homeless Liaison, Melissa Lefebvre at  or 603-755-2811 x112. 

Links:  Title 1 Parent Involvement Policy  - DRAFT

            Title 1 Parent Survey

Farmington School District

Family in Transition Contacts

 Melissa Lefebvre, District Liaison         755-2811 x112

                          K-3  Alison Williams      755-4757

                           4-8  Sarah Gould           755-2181

                           9-12  Linda Sheff       755-2811

Policy on Admission of Homeless Students


Parents of students attending any school receiving funds under Title I may request, and the school will provide in a timely manner, information regarding the professional qualifications of the student’s classroom teachers, including at a minimum the following:  (I) Whether the student’s teacher has met State qualifications and licensing criteria for the grade levels and subject areas in which the teacher provides instruction; (II) is teaching under an emergency or other provisional status through which State qualification or licensing criteria have been waived; and (III) is teaching in the field of discipline of the certification of the teacher. (SEC 1112(e)(A)).

 ________________Posted 8/30/19 and updated 4/9/19)_______________________

Ruth Ellen Vaughn,
Sep 8, 2017, 7:10 AM