Title I funds are allocated by districts to schools based on numbers of low-income students according to free/reduced price meals and/or CalWorks (formerly known as Aid to Families with Dependent Children).

Title I is a federal program under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) that provides funds to high poverty schools to assist students in attaining proficiency on state academic standards/assessments. Elk Grove Unified School District supports many important strategies for student success with Title I funds, including preschool, after school instruction, academic intervention, professional development, parent involvement and education, and the homeless student program.

Title I
Alicia Canning – Program Specialist
Christina DeWaal – Program Specialist

(916) 686-7712

Mailing Address:
Learning Support Services – Title I
Elk Grove Unified School District
9510 Elk Grove-Florin Road
Elk Grove, CA 95624

Title I Schools


For more information on the Title I Program, you may contact your child’s school or Learning Support Services at (916) 686-7712.


Resource Links

 Title I in California – Equity and Excellence for All Students
Every Student Succeeds Act – Click here to link to the CDE’s website


 

The Power of I

The Elk Grove Unified School District’s 2nd annual Title I Conference: “The Power of I”, was hosted by Learning Support Services on September 9, 2017 at the Sheraton Grand Hotel in Sacramento, California.  The goal of this conference is to ensure equity in achievement by providing high quality professional development to the staff at Title I school sites.

 Videos – YouTube Playlist

EGUSD Educational Equity – The Power of I

Power of I 2017 – 30 min Overview
Watch highlights of keynote speakers and breakout sessions from EGUSD’s 2nd Annual Power of I Conference, September 9, 2017.

Pedro Noguera Video
EGUSD 2nd Annual Power of I Conference, September 9, 2017. Keynote speaker, Dr. Pedro Noguera, discussing using education to expand opportunity.

Dr. Sharroky Hollie Video
EGUSD 2nd Annual Power of I Conference, September 9, 2017.  Dr. Sharroky Hollie, Executive Director, Center for Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning; Six Ways to Know if You Are Culturally and Linguistically Responsive.

Robert Jackson Video
EGUSD 2nd Annual Power of I Conference, September 9, 2017.  Robert Jackson, Robert Jackson Consulting; Perception vs. Reality: Building Character in Students of Color.

Student Panel Video
EGUSD 2nd Annual Power of I Conference, September 9, 2017.  Student panel discussion on being black in the American school system.

Harnessing the Power of Your HP Tablet Video 
EGUSD 2nd Annual Power of I Conference, September 9, 2017. Pairing best instructional practices with strategic use of HP Tablets allows for integration at a deeper and more meaningful level.