Anawalt Elementary School

''Building life-long learning skills today, for a successful tomorrow''

 
 
Ms. Jan Stansbury, Title 1 Facilitator
Mrs. Jill Perkins, Title 1 Reading
Mrs. Dana Heffinger, Title 1 Family Literacy Facilitator
Title 1  
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The New Performance Levels
 
 
 
How is our school performing? Check out the new ESEA West Virginia A-F school accountability West  Virginia's School Report Cards
 
 
 Anawalt Elementary School was rated the highest in McDowell County with a B grade level.
 
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What is Title I all about?
 
Title I is the largest federal aid program for schools. Through Title I, the Federal government allocates money based on the number of low-income families in the school district. Each district uses its Title I funding for extra educational services for children. All Title I services and programming are supplemental to the regular classroom instruction. Services comparable to those provided in Title I schools are also available for any homeless, neglected and delinquent children. The following schools will have a School wide Title I Program for the 2016-2017 school year:  Anawalt Elementary, Bradshaw Elementary, Fall River Elementary, Iaeger Elementary, Kimball Elementary, Southside K-8 School, Welch Elementary, and Mount View School. 
 
What services are offered?
 
The specific services depend on your child's school and are limited only by the imagination and solid research based programs and practices. All services support children in mastering the skills necessary in Reading/Language Arts and Mathematics.  Title I hosts support quality professional development for teachers to increase engagement and enhance the quality of instruction. Title I teachers collaborate with classroom teachers and provide small group intervention for students based on data. Title I encourages parental involvement through hosting a variety of activities and trainings for parents and families. The program also ensures students who are homeless/neglected delinquent have the same opportunities as all students. School Social Workers and tutors for the two homeless shelters are supported through Title I funding. Family Literacy Assistants at each school are parents who reach out to other parents and provide support and resources necessary for student achievement.  
 
 
 
Last Modified on November 17, 2016
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