Title Programs

  • Title I, Part A - Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged

  • Title I, Part C - Education of Migratory Children

  • Title II, Part A – Preparing, Training, and Recruiting High Quality Teachers, Principals, or other School Leaders

  • Title III, Part A – Language Instruction for English Learners and Immigrant Students

  • Title IV, Part A – Student Support and Academic Enrichment

  • Title IV, Part B - Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers

  • Equitable Services

  • CSI and TSI Schools

    Comprehensive Support and Improvement (CSI) and Promise Schools

    • CSI Lowest 5%: the lowest-performing 5% of Title I schools in the state when ranked based on their three-year CCRPI average
    • CSI Graduation Rate: high schools (Title I or non-Title I) with a four-year adjusted cohort graduation rate less than or equal to 67%
    • Promise Schools: the 5.01% to 10% lowest-performing Title I schools in the state when ranked based on their three-year CCRPI average

    ​Targeted Support and Improvement (TSI) Schools and Additional Targeted Support (ATSI) Schools

    • TSI Consistently Underperforming Subgroup: all schools that have at least one subgroup that is performing in the lowest 5% of all schools in at least 50% of CCRPI components
    • ATSI: among all schools identified for Consistently Underperforming Subgroup have at least one subgroup that is performing in the lowest 5% of all schools in all CCRPI components

    Source: https://www.gadoe.org/School-Improvement/School-Improvement-Services/Pages/CSI-Schools.aspx

    The Clarke County School District has four schools identified as needing comprehensive or targeted support and improvement:

    • Bettye Henderson Holston Elementary (formerly Alps Road Elementary) - Comprehensive Support and Improvement
    • Gaines Elementary - Promise School
    • Coile Middle School - Promise School
    • Classic City High School - Comprehensive Support and Improvement (CSI) Non-traditional 
      • Graduation Rate 

    Click on the link below to find information from The Governor’s Office of Student Achievement on the Georgia School Grade Reports for the school district and individual schools. 


    The Clarke County School District is committed to the mission of the implementation of rigorous standards in a safe and supportive environment - on every campus, in every classroom, and for every child. The district recognizes that families are the child's first and most important teacher, and encourages family engagement in all Title I programs and other educational programs such as Early Intervention Program (EIP), English Learners (EL), Neglected, and Delinquent, McKinney-Vento, and Special Education. The CCSD Family Engagement Plan supports and encourages a positive relationship between the home and the school. A continuous effort is made to nurture the partnership with our families and the school community. 

    The purpose of family engagement under Title I is to promote active engagement among local school officials and staff, education leaders, technical assistance providers, parents, parent advocacy organizations, family engagement specialists, and others working to improve student achievement and learning. 

    CCSD District Family Engagement Plan


    Your feedback is very important to us. Please take a few minutes to read the attached Parent Engagement Policy and email any comments, questions, input, or feedback you have to elderdo@clarke.k12.ga.us. Our goal is to make this document a beneficial resource for our parents. Thank you in advance for your support. 

    The Georgia Department of Education’s Family-School Partnership Program ensures that Title I, Part A parent and family engagement regulations are met with meaningful and strategic actions to build parent and school staff capacity as mandated by the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) of 1965, as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) of 2015. Schools and districts must ensure that strong strategies are in place to: 1) build capacity to engage parents/stakeholders in an effective partnership with the school; and 2) share and support high student academic achievement.


    Georgia Department of Education Family-School Partnership