Campbell County Public Schools receive federal funds for our school-wide Title 1 programs which provide additional academic support and learning opportunities to help children master challenging curricula and meet state standards in reading and math.
A Title I reading intervention program is implemented in all seven of our elementary schools:
- Altavista Elementary School
- Brookneal Elementary School
- Concord Elementary School
- Leesville Road Elementary School
- Rustburg Elementary School
- Tomahawk Elementary School
- Yellow Branch Elementary School
The Title I program provides:
One part-time and sixteen full-time reading teachers provide targeted reading interventions for students in defined, assessed areas. Six literacy coaches and two math coaches are employed to provide ongoing professional support to teachers. Our coaches support teachers with implementing effective, small group instruction and using data effectively.
Title I funds are used to provide teachers with the resources needed to teach students to be thinkers and problem solvers. Each elementary school has a resource room with non-fiction and fiction leveled book sets, read aloud book collections as well as professional books.
Parent and Family Engagement
Parent and Family Engagement workshops are held at both the school and district levels throughout the year. We encourage you to take advantage of these worthwhile opportunities. We recognize a strong connection between the home and the school is a key element to our students’ success.
Click on the link for a copy of the district’s Title I Parent and Family Engagement Plan.
Click on the link to access the VDOE Division School Quality Profile.
For more information about the Title I program, please contact:
Ashley Wallace, Director of Elementary Education: firstname.lastname@example.org
Leigh Anne Mason, Elementary Supervisor/ Title I: email@example.com