Title I Program Overview

 
The Title I program provides financial assistance to public schools with high percentages of poor children to help ensure that all children meet challenging State academic content and student academic achievement standards. Cabarrus County Schools provides Title I funds to those schools with the highest percentages of children from low-income families.  All participating schools operate school-wide programs.  Funds for school-wide programs are used to serve all children in the school. Title I is designed to support State and school reform efforts tied to challenging State academic standards in order to reinforce and amplify efforts to improve teaching and learning for students farthest from meeting State standards. Our school-wide programs are based on effective means of improving student achievement and include strategies to support parental involvement.

Title I School and Community Updates

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Summer Learning Opportunities 
 
Ongoing opportunities to learn and practice essential skills during the summer helps decrease summer learning loss. Check out these free learning resources available to engage in this summer!
 
 

 
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Join us for an additional Kindergarten Registration opportunity at the Boys and Girls Club and Logan Community Center! Registering early for Kindergarten helps facilitate a smooth transition into Kindergarten! More information is provided below.
 
 
Logan Community Center
Tuesday, April 12th from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm
  
Boys and Girls Club
Wednesday, April 13th from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm
 

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Building Your Child's Future!
 
Cabarrus County Schools welcomes you and your child to Kindergarten! Registering your child during our Spring Registration helps facilitate a smooth transition into Kindergarten! Our 2016-2017 Spring Registration is from March 14th through March 18th!
 
 
 

Ready Rosie  

 
ReadyRosie is the first online resource that provides families with a daily, modeled activity for adults to do with children, from infancy up to age six.

 

The daily, two-minute video arrives each weekday morning in your email inbox. Each video shows a math, language arts, or vocabulary activity in English or Spanish that you can do with your child. These two-minute activities are simple, easy, fun and help you connect to and build on your child’s learning at school!  You and your child can do the activities at home, at the grocery store, at the park, or on the go!  This video (Spanish video) provides an overview of this resource.

 

If you would like to receive the ReadyRosie videos, please go to www.readyrosie.com/cabarruscounty to register. 
 

Weddington Hills Elementary School
Career Connections Mentor for Units of Inquiry
 
Weddington Hills has developed six Units of Inquiry that connects all subject areas through big ideas or concepts. Beyond integrated studies, teaching and learning in a transdisciplinary way connects ideas both in and beyond the classroom. Connecting careers with Units of Inquiry extends student's understanding from classroom experience to real and relevant understanding in the workforce. For more information about Career Connections Mentor for Units of Inquiry and how to sign-up as a mentor, please see below:
 
 

 
Weddington Hills Elementary School
International Baccalaureate Candidate School
International Education Week
November 17-November 21, 2014 
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International Education Week provides an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education aiming to promote global understanding and prepares students to learn, live, work and succeed in a global environment. We are currently seeking community and business members to share their culture, language or international experience with students as an International Education Week Guest Speaker. Please see information below:

 

 
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United Way Season of Caring event kicks off September 8, 2014! United Way volunteers will read aloud their favorite book and distribute book bins and Keep Books to 1st students at Carl A. Furr, Coltrane-Webb, Rocky River and Royal Oaks! We can't wait for students to see community members share their love of reading and help build literacy rich environments at home! 

Winecoff Elementary 
"Dive Into School Camp"
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Free for rising Kindergarten through 2nd grade students that live in Brooke Pointe Apartments and will attend Winecoff Elementary School for the 2014-2015 school year
 

 
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Samaritan's Feet Shoe Distribution for Children and Youth
August 16, 2014 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Logan Community Center
184 Booker St. Concord, NC

Get ready for school! The event will provide resources for families to be prepared for school: Kindergarten Registration, Kindergarten physicals and immunizations, sports physicals, dental screenings, shoes, school supplies and information to help children be successful in school!

 

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Academic Learning Center is offering Summer Reading Tutoring for rising 3rd Grade students from Beverly Hills, R. Brown McAllister, W.M. Irvin, and Wolf Meadow. We extend our appreciation for this opportunity since summer programs help students maintain literacy skills over the summer!

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Rotary Club of Cabarrus County donated a total of 500 books to Kindergarten students at A.T. Allen, Beverly Hills, R. Brown McAllister, Weddington Hills and Wolf Meadow Elementary Schools as part of their Literacy Program and love of reading! Our students and teachers also enjoyed a read aloud from the volunteer's favorite book!   
 
 
 

Give 5 Read 5
Royal Oaks Elementary School, grades K-2, will participate in NC DPI's Give 5 Read 5 book drive from May 1st through June 6th. Research shows that if children read 5 books over the summer, they will maintain reading skills while away from the classroom. If you would like to learn more about the book drive or would like to donate books, please see information below! 

 
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Over 2,500 books donated to support our Title I Programs! Thank you Promising Pages, Bonnie's Book Foundation, Gift of Books, First Book and International Book Project!

 
A Kindergarten Transition Guide for Families! 
Building Your Child's Future! 
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The transition to Kindergarten is one of the most important transitions a child and family will make. Our Kindergarten Transition Guide for Families will help prepare your family and child for Kindergarten!
 

 
 
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A free family concert sponsored by Cabarrus County Schools and Cabarrus Partnership for Children!  Click here for details!

Title I Resources

Contact Us

Cabarrus County Schools
C&I Department 
4401 Old Airport Rd.
Concord, NC 28025 
 
Director of Elementary Education
Director of Title I
(704)262-6157
 
Elementary Education Support
Title I Support 
 
Title I Program Coordinator
(704)262-6164

Electronic Newsletter

Sign-up to receive monthly Title I e-newsletters 
 
 
Click here to provide questions and topics you would like featured in upcoming Title I e-newsletters 
 
Engaging in Your Child's School and Aspects of the Parent-School Relationship Survey  
 
Title I District Parent Advisory Council Interest Form 
Last Modified on November 30, 2016
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