Title I, Part A federal funds help to meet the educational needs of low-achieving students in California’s high-poverty schools. Funds are used to support effective, research-based educational strategies that close the achievement gap between high-and low-performing students and enable the students to meet the state’s challenging academic standards.
Students who are Title 1 and are not performing at grade level will strategically be provided with support and interventions within the school day, after school, and Saturdays.
(for PI schools only):
Program Improvement – Castle Park Middle school has been identified as a Program Improvement Year 5 school. All schools and districts that do not make Adequate Yearly Progress for two consecutive years are identified for Program Improvement under ESEA/No Child Left Behind. Program Improvement schools and districts must implement required program components and interventions. These include ESEA/NCLB Choice and Supplemental Educational Services. More information on these programs can be found on the district website.