Federal Programs consist of a series of grants and provisions set forth by the federal government under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). Federal programs at Reynoldsburg City Schools provide support for the instruction of students from low-income families, students with disabilities, and English Learners (ELs).
About Title I-A
Title I, Part A (also referred to as Education for the Disadvantaged or Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged, or more simply, Title I) is a federal program and grant that provides school districts with funds to support the academic achievement of students from low-income families. Reynoldsburg City Schools provides Title I supports in five elementary schools and four middle/junior high schools. Each of these schools is a schoolwide Title I program, meaning that all students in the school may benefit from the opportunities provided through TItle I funding.
Each Fall, buildings will host parent meetings to provide information about Title I programming. At these meetings, copies of the Title I Parent Handbook, Home-School Compact, and Parent Involvement Plans will be shared. Other activities involving students and their families may also take place throughout the year, including literacy nights, math/numeracy nights, and science fairs. Parent-teacher conferences are another excellent opportunity to learn more about how Title I is benefiting your child.
Each spring, parents will receive a link to complete a parent survey to evaluate the District's Title I program. This survey is currently available by clicking here.
The survey will close after the last day of the school year.
To learn more about the opportunities available for students, please see invidividual building websites or contact the building principal for your school.
About Title III
Title III provides support for language instruction for English Learners (ELs). For more information on the English Language Learner (ELL) program, visit the English Language Learner website by clicking here
or contact the District ESL Coordinator.