Sprague Elementary

Title I

Each year districts are required to publish a report card with information about student achievement. Click above to view Sprague's Report card.



Sprague Title 1 Forms

Part of a Title I program is a compact between students, parents and the school identifying responsibilities of each in student success. Parents should receive a copy of this compact with their annual registration. If you need an additional copy, you can find one here or contact the office.



Sprague Title 1 Forms

Sprague School District has adopted Policies and Procedures for Title I parent involvement. These can also be found in the elementary hallway or requested in the school office. The Sprague Elementary School Parent Involvement Plan is linked here.



  • Parents in a Title I school have the right to request information regarding the professional qualifications of their student's classroom teacher and paraeducator. Contact the school to request this information.


Sprague Title 1 Forms

We want your feedback. If you have questions or ideas regarding our Title I program please come to a meeting, contact the Special Programs Director, Pam Schermerhorn, or submit a written Feedback Form.



Title I is a federal program. Anyone can file a complaint that alleges a violation of a federal rule, law or regulation.




http://www.pta.org/parents/content.cfm?ItemNumber=2583&navItemNumber=3363

The Parents’ Guides to Student Success were developed by teachers, parents and education experts in response to the Common Core State Standards

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Welcome to Milestones, a free online collection of videos aimed at helping parents understand grade-level expectations in grades K-12. Milestones show students demonstrating what success looks like in reading, writing and math, grade by grade. High school Milestones shows some real-world skills kids should know as well as the academic ones. Choose a grade below to get started.