Title I is the largest single program of federal aid for elementary and secondary education. The program is the vehicle for the federal government to implement two missions of the United States Department of Education: enforcing equity and promoting excellence in education.
Ohio County Schools has six Title I Schools, which are listed below:
The schools employ reading specialists, math specialists, and home-school intervention counselors to help support the mission of the Title I Program. Key components of the Title I Program are professional development and parental engagement.
One (1) Title I school was named 2012-13 West Virginia Title I Distinguished Schools. To be selected as a West Virginia Title I Distinguished School, each school must have met the following criteria:
The Ohio County Schools Federal Programs are represented by a Federal Programs Parent Advisory Council:
Additional information about Title I programs can be found on the West Virginia Department of Education website at https://wvde.state.wv.us/titlei/