Title I is a section of the law called "No Child Left Behind" passed by Congress in
2002. This law contains regulations for elementary and secondary public schools
on such topics as the use of federal funds, teacher training, academic achievement,
parent rights, instruction for special student populations, and equity in athletics.
Blacklick Valley Elementary Center changed its Title I programming from a targeted
assisted program to a school wide program, effective the 2009-2010 school year. This
change in policy means that all students within the school building are considered eligible
to receive Title I Reading support as the need arises.
Use the links on the left to explore our resources.
"Title I Policies" lists Blacklick Valley's Parent Policy and Home/School Compact
"Web Resources for Parents" lists sites that parents can visit to learn ways to support
student succes in school.
"Web Resources for Students" lists sites that students can visit to practice reading,
mathematics, and spelling.