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 No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (formerly known as ECIA, ESEA or Chapter 1) is the largest federally funded educational program. Congress has provided financial assistance to qualifying school districts since 1965.

Program Goals

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 Title I schools and follow Hampshire County Title I Policy 2261, Parent Participation in Title I Programs Policy 2261.01, and Title I Parents' Right to Know Policy 2261.02.


  1. Summer Academy Survey for Hampshire County Schools - Parents Please Complete

    This survey is to determine interest in a county-wide summer school academy. The academy would run June 21-July 16, Mon -Thurs with breakfast and lunch. (By responding to this survey it does NOT mean the student is signed up for the program). Due 3/12 Read on for more details...

    Curbside meals and delivery will be given out on Friday, March 12. Bus delivery will begin at 9:30 am. Meals can be picked-up at ALL schools from 10 :00 am - 12:00 pm. Must register by 6:00 pm on Thursday, March 11 using the survey link below. Survey to complete for Fri., 3/12 meals
  3. School-Based Health Services Available from E A Hawse Health Center

    Students and staff members may get health services on Mondays - Thursdays at either RMS or HHS from E A Hawse health professionals. Additional Info and Registration Form...
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