Title I

Title I, Part A is the oldest federal education program in existence today. The program is governed by the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, which was reauthorized in 2015 by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). Youngstown City School District’s Title I program spans grades K-12 providing supplemental services/materials and staff in all instructional and social emotional areas to benefit the needs of the whole child .

All of the Youngstown City Schools' are considered school-wide programs.

These schools have a student population of 40% or above that are receiving free/reduced lunch. The schools typically are utilizing a reform model for reading and/or math to improve their students’ academic success. For more information regarding school-wide programs, please visit the Ohio Department of Education’s website at:
                    
education.ohio.gov/Topics/District-and-School-Continuous-Improvement/Federal-Programs/Elementary-and-Secondary-Education-Act/Programs-Administered-Under-ESEA


NOTICE OF PARENT RIGHT TO KNOW

As per the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), parents have a right to know the availability of supplemental services, services for English language learners, and the qualifications of their child's teachers and paraprofessionals. Please see below for more information on this topic.

YCSD Parent Right to Know.FY20.English.pdf


YCSD Parent Right to Know.FY20.Spanish.pdf





Title I Powerpoint
  • Preschool