Hampshire County Title I
Title I is a federally funded program. The purpose of Title I is to enable all children to meet high academic standards. Title I of the ESSA - Every Student Succeeds Act and ESEA - Elementary and Secondary Education Act is the largest federally funded educational program. Congress has provided financial assistance to qualifying school districts since 1965.
As authorized, Title I provides supplemental funds to school districts to assist schools with the highest student concentrations of poverty to meet school educational goals. This is accomplished by providing meaningful and challenging opportunities for student learning. Under Title I legislation, schools, and families form partnerships to help students who need support in meeting these high academic standards.
Title I Schools
In Hampshire County, all elementary schools are school-wide. See Title I Schools, Teachers & Coaches.
Kids aged 9 - 21 can join 4-H with a parent or guardian’s permission. Kids, aged 5 –7, who are interested 4-H can start in the Cloverbud program, which focuses more on fun but sets the stage for future learning. 4-H is a world leader in developing youths. Read on...
Parents may register children who are 4 by July 1, 2022 for Pre-K classes next year. Children who are 5 by July 1, 2022 and NOT currently in Pre-K now, may also register. Five year old children are required to enter Kindergarten before going to 1st grade. Read on...
All students & staff members are required to wear masks indoors and on buses beginning Wed, Sept. 8. This is in effect as long as the county is red or orange on the WVDHHR map. This may help lessen the need to be quarantined due to exposure to Covid. A letter from Mr. Pancione