Title I Services

          The federal government provides Title I funding to schools who demonstrate a high percentage of need based on food service direct certifications data to ensure all children are prepared to meet the challenging state academic standards taught in the classroom. This support gives schools the tools to improve student achievement, staff development, and encourage parent involvement.

          Greenfield's Title I program provides remedial and early intervention academic support programs provided by highly-qualified teachers, paraprofessionals, specialists and tutors. Students work throughout the day with their classroom teachers and Title I specialists in small groups. With data-driven instruction, students are assessed to their skill level and interventions are put in place to help the student meet the grade-level expectations. We help our young learners with the resources and strategies to help with literacy, reading comprehension and math skills.

          The summer school program is offered to our earliest learners entering grades 1 – 4 to continue development of their reading skills and academic habits. Students are assessed of their reading level, and with that, an individual strategy for reading growth is created. To enhance their summer experience, Greenfield offers enrichment opportunities with HOOPiVERSE and Artspace where the children integrate their reading and vocabulary skills with physical and musical activity. The read or play the ukulele with mastery skills while hoola-hooping!