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.

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 at their fall conference.  If you need an additional copy, you can find one here or  contact the office.

Kindergarten Compact

1st Grade Compact

2nd Grade Compact

3rd Grade Compact

4th Grade Compact

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.

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.

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


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

An interactive math dictionary for kids.


Everyone has asked themselves: When will I use math? Believe it or not, hundreds of careers use skills learned in  math on a daily basis. Virtually every career you could choose will build on the basic skills learned in Math. We’ve highlighted some of these careers 

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.