Title 1 & Federal Programs
- What is Title I?
- English Learner
- Pre-K Information
- Title 1 Schools
- Tuition Reimbursement Information
Improving Academic Achievement for the Disadvantaged
The purpose of Title I is to ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach, at a minimum, proficiency on challenging State academic achievement standards and state academic assessments.
For a complete list of what this program's goals are and what parents can expect from their Title I school, visit individual School pages here.
What is Title II?
Preparing, Training, and Recruiting High Quality Teachers and Principals
The purpose of Title II is to increase student academic achievement through strategies such as improving teacher and principal quality and increasing the number of highly qualified teachers in the classroom and highly qualified principals and assistant principals in schools.
What is Title III?
Language Instruction for those with Limited English Proficient (LEP) and Immigrant Students
The purpose of Title III is to implement language instruction and educational programs designed to help LEP students achieve grade level standards.
What is Title IV?
Student Support and Academic Enrichment
The purpose of Title IV is to:
- 1st Purpose: Providing students with a well-rounded education including the arts, civics, STEM & advanced learning programs
- 2nd Purpose: Providing activities to support safe and healthy students
- 3rd Purpose: To increase effective use of technology; to improve academic achievement, academic growth, and digital literacy for all staff and students
INTERPRETER/TRANSLATOR REQUEST MEMO
Please DO NOT EMAIL translators directly with requests.
ALL REQUESTS (except when a situation requires immediate attention. Please check the interpreter's availability schedule below before you make the emergency call.) should be submitted via email to email@example.com at least 2 - 3 weeks in advance for meetings.
FCS offers the following service on a needs basis
Maria LeFrancois (SPANISH/CHINESE)
Contact # 919-727-6590
M - (9-1)
T - (1-3:30)
W - (1-3:30)
Perfect Cahua (SPANISH)
T -8:00 -1:00
Th. - 1- 4
A Non-English Speaker Help Line, (919) 496-2600 ext. 271, is also available for parents to call and leave a message. This line will be monitored M,W,F
NON ENGLISH SPEAKER STUDENT REGISTRATION:
CALL Joleen Jackson @ 919- 496-2600 ext. 240 or 919-559-2375.
Principals/Asst. Principals may call an interpreter directly (during their assigned hours, if it is an emergency. If they do not answer, call me on my cell phone@919-59-2375. I will try to find an interpreter.
OR Submit an email request to Joleen Jackson to schedule a meeting with the parent OR request for an Interpreter to make a phone call to parents via email to explain why disciplinary actions were taken.
IEP MEETINGS:Suggestions for set up
EC teacher should send an email with 2-3 dates & times 2- 3 weeks in advance to Joleen Jackson. The Interpreter will contact parents with these dates to schedule a meeting. EC Teacher sends written notice home. We cannot guarantee that an interpreter will be available if IEP meetings are scheduled with parents prior to sending a request.
Appointment times for the Pre-K Roundup have been filled. We will no longer accept responses using the registration link.
To ensure that we are meeting the needs of all of our families, applications will still be accepted. Please download the Pre-K application and submit the application via email to PreK@fcschools.net.
Staff Members Seeking Title II Tuition Reimbursement: The funds allotted to the Franklin County Schools tuition reimbursement program through Title II funds have been used or claimed for classes ending this semester. Please continue to submit your paperwork, more classes will be funded when funds become available.
The funds allotted to the Franklin County Schools tuition reimbursement program through Title II funds have been used or claimed for classes ending this semester. Please continue to submit your paperwork, more classes will be funded when funds become available.
Teacher assistants: reimbursement is also available through the Teacher Assistant Reimbursement Program. Five teacher assistants seeking to become teachers in the areas of secondary mathematics or exceptional children education will receive up to $4,500 per year for their classes for four years. To apply for this program, please complete the application at Apply Here.
Updates will be made if any changes in either of these programs occur.