Title Programs

  • Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged

    Title I, Part A is the largest federal program supporting both elementary and secondary education. The program's resources are allocated based upon the poverty rates of students enrolled in schools and districts and are designed to help ensure that all children meet challenging state academic standards. District 49’s identified Title I schools include:

    1. Evans Elementary School
    2. Falcon Elementary School of Technology
    3. Odyssey Elementary School
    4. Remington Elementary School
    5. Ridgeview Elementary School
    6. Springs Ranch Elementary School
    7. Stetson Elementary School
    8. Horizon Middle School

Parent & Community Notification

  • Each school served under Title I must notify parents of its written parental involvement policy in an understandable and uniform format, including alternative formats upon request, and, to the extent practicable, provide notice and the policy in a language the parents can understand. In addition, each school must make its written parental involvement policy available to the local community. (Department of Education, Parental Involvement: Title I, Part A)

EES School-Parent Compact

FES School-Parent Compact

OES School-Parent Compact

RES School-Parent Compact

RVES School-Parent Compact

SES School-Parent Compact

SRES School-Parent Compact

HMS School-Parent Compact

  • Education of Migratory Children

    The Migrant Education Program (MEP) supports students to reach high standards of academic achievement and is the level of interstate cooperation through the transfer of migrant students' education and health records. This high priority activity helps assure that migrant students are placed appropriately when they enroll in a new school. Their teachers are able to meet their needs and valuable time is not wasted. In addition, secondary students benefit significantly since the transfer of credits and/or partial credits assists them in meeting graduation requirements. The dropout rate among migrant students is high because of the frustration and hopelessness these students encounter when schools are not able to meet their academic needs.


    High Quality Teachers and Principals

    Title II, Part A is intended to increase student academic achievement by improving teacher and principal quality. This includes increasing the number of Highly Qualified teachers in classrooms, improving the skills of principals and assistant principals in schools, and increasing the effectiveness of teachers and principals.

    Allowable Title II activities include:

    • Recruiting, Hiring, and Retaining Highly Qualified Teachers and Principals
    • Programs and activities designed to improve the quality of the teaching force
    • Teacher advancement initiatives that emphasize multiple career paths and pay differentiation.
    • Professional development activities that improve the knowledge of teachers, principals and superintendents


    Supports for English Learners

    Title III is a supplemental grant under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) that is designed to improve and enhance the education of English learners (ELs) in becoming proficient in English, as well as meeting the Colorado Academic standards. The Title III Immigrant Set-Aside grant resides within this program and provides opportunities for districts to enhance the instructional opportunities for immigrant students and their families.


    Homeless Education

    The McKinney-Vento Act was enacted to address the numerous barriers homeless children face in obtaining a free, appropriate public education. To learn more about supports for students and families experiencing homelessness and to access an application, please visit our Homeless Education / McKinney-Vento page.

Karen Bixler
Coordinator of Title Programs
Phone: 719.495.1123
Lorretta Grimaldo
Title Programs Manager
Phone: 719.494.8905
Karen Parks
Title Parent, Family, School & Community Engagement TOSA & McKinney-Vento Liaison
Phone: 719.495.5361