In 1994, with the new re-authorization bill, Title I changed drastically nationwide. Recognizing and taking advantage of these changes, Title I personnel in Pike County have made great strides in addressing the educational needs of the students. With the implementation of "No Child Left Behind" in 2002, Title I was again forced to make harsh modifications. With a great awareness and understanding of these adjustments, we will continue to make great advances toward helping all students in reaching their full potential.Working in all content areas, parent involvement, and technology, the students have proven that Title I is working and that all students can learn at a high level. For fiscal year 2016-2017, Title I will be funding 12 Schoolwide Projects. Funding is relative to the school's ranking for low-income enrollment based on free and reduced lunch. Schools served must be funded in ranking order from highest to lowest percentage. Each school forms a Title I committee to determine the educational needs of the school based on current assessment (KPREP) scores. Title I, Part A funds are utilized to implement an effective parental involvement program with a goal of increasing active parent involvement in all schools. Thorough evaluation of how projects use guidelines and regulations is considered before the plans are approved. Facing the challenge of funding health insurance costs, salary increases, etc., the major budgetary focus became maintaining programs in each of our elementary schools. Each of the 12 Schoolwide Projects are able to maintain their programs and personnel.
"Excellence Happens Here"
Pike County Schools Title I Schoolwide Programs
Elkhorn City Elementary
Feds Creek Elementary
Johns Creek School