Title 1 Services

Title I, a provision of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act passed in 1965, is a federal aid program created by the United States Department of Education to provide funds to districts with a high percentage of students from low-income families. Avon Local School District's Title I program serves students in grades K-5 by providing supplemental reading services. We utilize Title I funds to hire teachers, purchase materials that support student achievement and to increase parent engagement. Title I teachers work collaboratively with classroom teachers to meet the needs of each Title I served student.

Purpose: To help ensure that ALL children have equal access and opportunity to obtain the high quality instruction needed to meet challenging state academic standards.


  • Targeted supplemental reading support provided using evidence based instructional strategies, designed to help students achieve grade level standards.
  • Multiple academic criteria referenced for student eligibility and selection of instructional strategies.
  • Regularly seek input from parents and students receiving Title I services to evaluate and strengthen program.


Parent Involvement Policy Parent Information Night Heritage Parent Compact
Student Participation in State Tests East Parent Compact Parents Right to Know