ESSA TITLE I SERVICES
FranCenter’s Title I services for eligible kindergarten through eighth grade students attending non-public schools is a pull-out program offering a non-traditional approach to supplemental support services. Incorporating applicable research-based strategies coupled with differentiated instruction afford the greatest possibility of meeting the individual needs of each student.
Title I Academic Coaching services focus on executive function skills that impact student achievement. With the goal of improved reading and math, the Academic Coach identifies factors that are impeding the student and collaborates with teachers and parents.
FranCenter’s workshops are designed to address the needs of each parent community. Popular workshops focus on Math, STEM, and Reading Strategies that help parents make learning a fun family activity.
Professional Development Workshops, conferences, and in-service training focusing on core curriculum for Title I teachers is available through FranCenter. Each staff development program for Title I teachers is customized to the needs of the individual school.
Fine Arts experiences are an integral part of Title I services. Incorporating music, dance, drama, creative movement, and the visual arts enhances cognitive learning in Title I students.
FranCenter offers professional development focused on research-based evidence to improve subject matter knowledge and teaching skills. Title IIA federal funds may be used for workshops that are customized for each school.
To ensure that limited English proficient students develop English proficiency and meet the same academic content and academic achievement standards that other children are expected to meet, FranCenter provides activities and programs that use approaches based on scientific research. This may consist of services within the school day or tutoring after school.
The Student Support and Academic Enrichment program is provided by federal funds to promote well-rounded education, safe and supportive schools, student physical and mental health, and promoting effective use of technology.