• Title I Introduction:

    Title I is a federally funded program designed to help close the achievement gap between disadvantaged students and their peers. The program intends to ensure that all children have an opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and attain proficiency on challenging State academic achievement standards. Title I provides supplemental funding to schools that qualify as high-poverty based on the number of students eligible for free and reduce-priced meals. These restricted grant funds may only be used to provide supplemental resources needed to improve the teaching and learning of children.

    Additionally, the Title I legislation recognizes that parents are their children’s first and longest serving teachers. Schools receiving these funds are required to provide information about the program’s benefits, your parental rights and opportunities that allow you to have an active role in your student’s education. We hope that you will review these documents throughout the year to learn about your school’s Title I program, give program input while embracing our shared responsibility for student learning. For additional information, please contact the Title I Parent and Family Engagement Liaison at your school.

    • School Improvement Plan - Digital Comment Form 

      Title I Schools create School Improvement Plans (SIPs) to ensure quality programming to meet the needs of all students. The SIP is written with input from teachers, parents, administrators, other school staff, and community members. A variety of areas are reviewed to identify areas of strength and challenge including attendance, assessments, school climate, and discipline reports. Strategies are written into the SIP to focus on the needs of the students.

      Please share your comments, questions, and/or suggestions regarding the school's SIP with us by completing the electronic form below. Click submit when you are finished.



      Thank you!


      Plan de mejora escolar: formulario de comentarios digitales 

      Las escuelas de Título I crean Planes de Mejoramiento Escolar (SIP) para garantizar una programación de calidad para satisfacer las necesidades de todos los estudiantes. El SIP se redacta con aportes de maestros, padres, administradores, otro personal escolar y miembros de la comunidad. Se revisan una variedad de áreas para identificar las áreas de fortaleza y desafío, incluida la asistencia, las evaluaciones, el clima escolar y los informes de disciplina. Las estrategias están escritas en el SIP para enfocarse en las necesidades de los estudiantes.

      Comparta sus comentarios, preguntas y / o sugerencias con respecto al SIP de la escuela con nosotros completando el formulario electrónico a continuación. Haga clic en enviar cuando haya terminado.



      Plan Amelyorasyon Lekòl la - Fòm kòmantè dijital

      Lekòl Title I yo kreye Plan Amelyorasyon Lekòl (SIP) pou asire bon kalite pwogram pou satisfè bezwen tout elèv yo. SIP a ekri ak opinyon pwofesè, paran, administratè, lòt anplwaye lekòl la, ak manm kominote a. Yo revize yon varyete domèn pou idantifye domèn fòs ak defi tankou prezans, evalyasyon, klima lekòl, ak rapò disiplin. Yo ekri estrateji nan SIP pou konsantre sou bezwen elèv yo.

      Tanpri pataje kòmantè w yo, kesyon, ak/oswa sijesyon w konsènan SIP lekòl la avèk nou lè w ranpli fòm elektwonik ki anba a. Klike sou soumèt lè ou fini.




    Community Eligibility Provision (CEP)
    Chipman Elementary participates in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) that provides meals at no cost to all students in the school. It is provided through the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
    However, our school system benefits from many grants and funding opportunities based on the schools’ Free and Reduced- priced Meals (FARMs) percentage. Therefore, we hope you will complete this form to help our school receive additional funding.
    You can click on the link or scan the QR Code on the graphics attached to complete the form.
    Please complete this form at your earliest opportunity, not later than October 29th.
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