Title I

Title I Director: Tammy Quillen

Title I is the single largest federally funded program for elementary and secondary education in the nation.  Currently, Virginia has been granted a waiver from certain requirements of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) as amended by The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001.  Title I funding helps our school division provide equal educational opportunities for low-performing students in schools with economic need.  Scott County Virginia Public Schools currently supports all our elementary schools through Title I services, Pre-K through 7th grades.  Our Title I schools implement a school-wide model which allows for flexibility in serving ALL children based on their individual need.  Each school hosts a school-wide parent advisory team that meets twice a year to review and revise their schools plan as needed.  The goal of Title I is enable all students to be on grade level and to meet state and local standards.  Title I is committed to the shared effort of closing the achievement gap between all students in Scott County Public Schools and to provide high quality, engaging instruction that motivates students to become lifelong learners.  Parental involvement is a huge component of all of the Title I schools.

Title I Schools:
Duffield Primary
Dungannon Elementary
Gate City High
Gate City Middle
Hilton Elementary
Nickelsville Elementary
Rye Cove High
Rye Cove Intermediate
Shoemaker Elementary
Twin Springs High
Weber City Elementary