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Title I Overview

  • Title I is a compensatory education program supported by funds from the Department of Education through the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA) as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). The purpose of the Title I program is to enable all schools, both public and non-public, to provide opportunities for the children served to acquire the knowledge and the skills outlined in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s content standards and to meet the state performance standards developed for all children.

    Students are recommended for additional help in the area of reading through assessments, teacher input and parent request. Staff from our Title I program provide supplemental reading instruction to students on a regular basis. This support is provided through a balanced emergent literacy program with small group and/or one-on-one instruction. The areas of guided comprehension, phonemic awareness, metacognitive strategies, and shared reading are targeted. In addition, activities and workshops for parents and families are provided throughout the school year.



    Mrs. Nicole Crawford - Director of Elementary Education & Federal Programs ncrawford@crsd.org 

    Mrs. Rose Birkhead - Title I Coordinator rbirkhead@crsd.org 


Title I Parent and Family Engagement Night October 19, 2022

Title I Documents

  • Click on the pictures below to read the latest Parent Newsletter and the Daily Learning Planner

Translation Websites

    • www.freetranslation.com
      Choose language. Type in word. Click "free translation."

    • www.translation.paralink.com
      Choose language of translation. For example: English to Spanish. Type in a word & click "translate."

    • dictionary.reference.com/languages
      Translate a word in over 30 different languages!

    •  www.google.com/translate_t
      Choose language of translation. Type in a word & click "translate."
      You can even translate a web page!

    • www.languageguide.org
      Pronunciation activities help teachers communicate with ELLs by learning phrases in their native languages.
      Language expression in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Hebrew, Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, Japanese.
      Listening activities appropriate for language learners at all levels (focuses on pronunciation of common words and expressions).

    • www.iteslj.org/v/s/
      English Spanish vocabulary quizzes.

    • www.dictionary.com
      Provides definitions of English words to help ELLs.