Title I, Part A (Title I) of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, as amended (ESEA) provides financial
assistance to local educational agencies (LEAs) and schools with high numbers or high percentages of
children from low-income families to help ensure that all children meet challenging state academic standards.
The Curriculum Department and the Title I Coordinator are responsible for providing the necessary leadership
and assistance to schools to ensure that the intent of the legislation is carried out.
Title I, Part A funds are distributed to school districts based on funding formulas as affected by census poverty
data. Districts determine which eligible buildings are to participate based on federal requirements and local
decisions. School wide buildings may use the funds for school-wide activities intended to improve outcomes
across the building. The purpose of this funding is to provide supplemental funding to economically
disadvantaged districts and some of their eligible schools for improving educational outcomes for students who
are failing or at risk of failing to meet State standards.
In the Fairborn City School District, our two Elementary Schools and Middle School receive Title I Funds and
Services. All three schools serve students as school-wide buildings. The major areas of focus for Title I
programs are reading and mathematics. The major components of Title I Programs are comprehensive needs
assessments, research-based strategies, data-driven decision making for improvement, professional learning,
and parental involvement.
Title I provides support and resources to schools; encourages the use of continuous assessment and
data-driven educational decision-making; and assists schools in creating the alignment of teacher training,
scientifically based strategies, educational best practices, and instructional materials with State curriculum
Please reference Fairborn City Schools Policy 2261 Title I Services, Parents Right to Know and 2261.01,
PARENT PARTICIPATION IN TITLE I PROGRAMS
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Language Arts and Math Tutors at Fairborn Intermediate.
Language Arts Tutors at Fairborn Primary School.
Math Tutor at Baker Middle School
iReady Reading and Math online diagnostic and benchmark testing
Family Nights at the Elementary Buildings
Technology Aides in computer labs at Fairborn Primary and Fairborn Intermediate
All Day Kindergarten
Dr. Sue Brackenhoff: Diretor of Curriculum and Instruction
Lori Queen: Title I Coordinator
Lori Queen Title I Coordinator
Virtual Parent meeting-Virtual parent meeting
Click to view Annual Parent meeting information- FIS Parent Meeting Outline for 1_20_22.pdf
School Conferences-Fairborn Intermediate:
Previous Years Resources:
February 2022 Helping Children Learn newsletter- Elementary Childhood February 2022.pdf
September 2020 Home/School Connection-4 Home and School Connection.pdf
September 2019 Reading Connection click here
November 2019 Reading Connection click here
Middle School Resources:
Previous Years Resources:
Baker Middle School Helping Children Learn newsletter January 2022- January 2022 Helping Students Learn Middle School.pdf
Baker Middle School Helping Children Learn newsletter December 2021-
Baker Middle School January 2021 Middle Years-Middle Years Baker Middle School.pdf
2020 Baker Middle Years-8 Middle Years.pdf
Baker Middle School-September 2019 Middle Years click here
Baker Middle School-November 2019 Middle Years click here
Baker Middle School-December 2019 Middle Years click here
Baker Middle School-January 2020 Middle Years click here
Baker Middle School-September 2018 Middle Years click here
Baker Middle School-December 2018 Middle Years click here
Baker Middle School-January 2019 Middle Years click here
Baker Middle School-February 2019 Middle Years click here
Baker Middle School-March 2019 Middle Years click here
Baker Middle School-March 2020 Middle Years click here
2261.01 Parent Participation in Title I Programs: click here to view.