Title I Information
What is Title 1?
Title 1 is a Federal Program that provides funds to help students succeed academically. These funds are used by schools to help students meet the state’s high standards, particularly in the areas of reading, mathematics, and science. A school’s Title 1 status is based solely on the number of students who are eligible for benefits, as determined by the CEP Program/direct certification.
Mainland High School has been designated a Title 1 school for 2022-23. Availability of these additional funds allows us to provide intervention classes and additional support teachers, tutoring opportunities, additional technology, parent and family workshops, and a student and family resource room staffed with a parent liaison.
Parent and Family Engagement is vital to the success of every student. We value your input and participation as we plan and host family events on campus. Please take a moment to answer (5) questions as we work to plan future events: Family Engagement
Title 1 Family Meeting – Open House Presentation
Title 1 School Compact
Title 1 School Improvement Plan (SIP)
Title 1 Parent and Family Engagement Plan (PFEP)
Understanding Title 1 Programs (English & Spanish)
District Parent Advisory Committee (DPAC)
The Student and Family Resource Room is located in the Student Services area and is open Monday-Thursday, on regular school days. Contact Mrs. Scheuerman, Parent Liaison, with questions or to schedule an appointment at (386) 258-4665, Ext. 54348 or by email at email@example.com
For access to the Family Engagement Calendar of Events as well as a posting of all BUC Family Night presentations, please visit the “Parent Resources & BUC Family Night” page.