Purpose of Title I:

Title I is grant money allocated to school to provide reading & math support to students and teachers (in and out of the classroom). The grant money can be used to provide extra resources to students & teachers.

How do students qualify?

Students are chosen based on teacher referral and standardized assessment results. Only a select number of students are chosen, based on need, to participate in the program.

What services does Title I provide?

Title I teachers will serve as a coach for your student. They can:
  • work with your student in his or her math and/or english classes.
  • meet with your student during study hall for one-on-one or small group support.
  • provide resources and support to your student’s teachers.
  • offer intervention and enrichment opportunities to support your student.

Title I student responsibilities:

Attend school and work hard
Prepare for class
Ask for help
Participate in class
Attend intervention and enrichment opportunities
Keep track of grades


What do we ask from the parents of our Title I students?

Encourage and support your student to attend school
Ask your student questions about what they are learning in math and English
Attend Title I activities
Encourage your student to ask for help
Monitor your student’s progress
Communicate with us

Title I Information:

Scioto Secondary Compact: An agreement each Title I student and family is asked to sign. The document outlines the student, parent, and teacher responsibilities.

Dublin Scioto High School's Title I program brochure:

Targeted Assistance Model Definition: Scioto is a Targeted assistance school. Please read here to understand how our school is permitted to use Title I funds.

Fall Title I Family Information Night:

Parents' Right to Know

As a parent/guardian with a student attending a school that receives Title I funds, you have the right to know the qualifications of your child’s classroom teacher. The federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act requires that any local school district receiving Title I funds must provide the following information to parents/guardians who ask about the professional qualifications of their child’s classroom teacher:

  • Whether the teacher has met the Ohio teacher licensing criteria for the grade level and subject areas in which the teacher provides your child instruction.
  • Whether the teacher is teaching under an emergency or temporary status that waives state licensing requirements.
  • The undergraduate degree major of the teacher and any other graduate degree or certification (such as National Board Certification) held by the teacher and the field of discipline of certification or degree.
  • Whether your child is provided services by instructional paraprofessionals and, if so, their qualifications.


All requests must be made in writing and should include the following information: student’s full name, legal parent/guardian’s full name, address, city, state, zip code and teacher’s name.

Highly Qualified Teacher (HQT)

As a parent/guardian of a student who qualifies for Title I services, please know that your student is being taught by a High Qualified Teacher in that subject area. You will be notified if your student has been assigned or has been taught four or more consecutive weeks by a teacher who does not meet those qualifications.