Title 1

Proud to be a Title I School

Our Kindergarten through 5th grades are eligible for Title I services. Title I exists to help improve teaching and learning for all students, providing additional support to help students meet challenging academic content/student performance standards. 

While Title I support happens in school during the school year, we hope that families never stop learning! The links below include a variety of resources that can be used to keep children engaged and excited to learn.

Summer Math/Reading Challenges

We would like to help in as many ways as possible to help you keep your child’s brain thinking and entertained throughout the summer! As you may have heard, “summer slide” is a common problem when kids take no time to revisit the skills they’ve been working on over the last 9 months. Here are a few ways we would like to help! Students may complete any of the challenges below to earn a prize and an extra recess in the fall.
Math Challenges - packets are for the grade the student just completed
Math Challenge - Play 40 Games
Summer Math Challenges Links:
Kindergarten 1st Grade 2nd Grade 3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade

Reading Challenge:

We would like to challenge ALL students to read for 1,500 minutes this summer! Students who read and fill in every sun on the sheet will earn the prize and extra recess. Summer Reading Challenge

If you are looking for something fun yet educational for your child to do on their screens, check out some of these websites! There’s something for everyone!

A Bit of Everything:

Fun stories, math games, and much more: Fun Brain Website

A great variety of activities for all ages and interests: Mr. Nussbaum Website
Activities for students of all ages: Wisconsin PBS Learning Media Website

A list of great kid-friendly sites for all ages:
Very Well Family Website


Reading Websites:

Learn more about some of your favorite series and play games too! Scholastic Kids Website

Barnes and Noble has an option for kids in grades 1-6 to read 8 books to get one free: Barnes and Noble Summer Reading Program Website

Barnes and Noble Summer Reading Recommendations: Barnes and Noble Summer Reading 2023 Recommendations Website

If you have a library card, check out FREE e-books or audiobooks here: Over Drive Website

Many stories read by famous people: Storyline Online Website

Students with a Prodigy math account can now play their English game too - same login, but a completely different game to work on ELA skills! Prodigy Game Website
This is a website dedicated to great graphic novel ideas for teens! Great Graphic Novels Website

Math Websites:

Worksheets, flash cards, and math games! Varsity Tutors Aplusmath Website

Most kids have an account already and love it! Prodigy Game Website

Lessons on all math topics, worksheets, puzzles, and games! Math is Fun Website

Fun math games for any grade level! Math Playground Website

Great for playing in any area of math! Cool Math Games Website
A free website that parents can sign up for that helps kids with their math facts! Xtra Math Website

Science Websites:

Science ideas, tip sheets, science-related book lists, and many other resources: Reading Rockets Website Experiments, videos, science facts, games, and more: Science Kids Website Games, videos, and information about animals of all kinds: National Geographic Kids Website

Take a virtual tour of the Smithsonian Museum! Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History Website

Virtual Zoo/Aquarium tours: Monterey Bay Aquarium Website Georgia Aquarium Website

Social Studies Websites:

A wide variety of activities: Primary Games Website

Tour the seven continents: Smithsonian Education Website

Geography is fun! Cool Math Games Geography Games Website

For access to the 2023-2024 Title I Schoolwide Plan, please click the following link: Public Schoolwide Plan