Title I Supplemental Educational Services
Title I, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, as amended recently as the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), provides funding to school districts with high numbers of children from low-income families. The added federal funding helps to ensure that all students are learning and meeting state-level academic standards.
Title I is important because it provides students significant opportunity to receive a fair, equitable, high-quality education that, in turn, helps to close educational achievement gaps.
- needs assessment and program plan design
- parent involvement
- services to students enrolled in private schools
- high-quality teachers and para-educators
- coordination of services for homeless students in non-Title I schools
- support for Title I focus and priority schools
In Nashua, Title I funds are used in eligible schools to provide in-school reading and math support, preschool experiences, and educational supplies and materials.
Seven elementary schools in the Nashua School District are eligible and qualify for Title I funding. Please click on school name to access the 2021-2022 edition of needs assessment.
- Amherst Street Elementary School
- Dr. Norman W. Crisp Elementary School
- Fairgrounds Elementary School
- Ledge Street Elementary School
- Mount Pleasant Elementary School
- Sunset Heights Elementary School
Parent involvement is an important part of the Title I Program. The links below provide access to parent involvement policies, school progress reports, and new and existing programs. If you have questions, please contact the school principal.
Each of the five elementary school principals encourage families to read the following information on the Home/School Learning Compact.
Letter from Office of the Principal to Parents/Guardians English/Spanish
Home/School Learning Compact
Grades 1 through 5
Letter from Office of the Principal to Parents/Guardians
Title I schools also provide parents on request and in a timely manner, information regarding the professional qualification of the student's classroom teachers.
Please click here for information about the law pertaining to Parent Right-to-Know.
Please click here for the Parent Complaint form.
In addition, Title I schools also provide parents with school-wide programming plans.
Please click here for the school plan for Amherst Street Elementary School
If you have questions about Title I services, please contact the Director of Title I for the Nashua School District:
Kimberly Sarfde, Assistant Superintendent of Elementary