Nine Mile Falls School District

 

Title I/Lap Programs

 
Title I Program
 
Title I is a remedial education program designed to help students who require 
some assistance in reading, math, or language arts.          
Learning Assistance Program (LAP)
 
The LAP program provides supplemental instruction for students who need some additional help, primarily in reading 
and math.
 
A student can qualify for these programs through:
 Mrs. Nikki Daves works with a studen.t

  • Measures of Academic Progress (MAP testing)
  • Teacher recommendation and/or parent input
 
 
 
An Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) is not required 
 
 
If you have questions regarding the Title I or LAP programs, please contact one of the following staff members:
 
Title I / LAP Director, Keith Browning, 509-340-4013  
 
Nine Mile Falls Elementary, Lori Pippenger509-340-4038
 
Lake Spokane Elementary Nikki Daves, 509-340-4077
 
Lakeside Middle School Matt Cusack, 509-340-4135

To read this year's Parent Involvement Policies for Lake Spokane Elementary or Lakeside Middle School, please click on the school's name. 
 
 
 
Annual Notifications:
 
Parent's Right to Be Informed, Title I Part A (multiple languages) A Parent's Guide:  What is Title I, Part A

Family Engagement is one of our key strategies.  We strive to partner with families through parent involvement activities, open communication, and welcoming schools.

For our Title I Parental Involvement Policy 4130 Click Here

For Parent Input Form Click Here
 
Services for Homeless Students:   
 
Title I services are provided to students in non-Title I schools who qualify as homeless status and are in need of additional academic support.  For additional information, please contact our district 's homeless liaison Scott Friedman at 509/340-4305
 
District & School Report Cards:
 
Links to School Report Cards can be found at District Report Card 
 
Complaints Related to Federal Programs
 
A citizen complaint is a written statement that alleges a violation of a federal rule, law or regulation or state regulation that applies to a federal program.
 
- Anyone can file a citizen complaint
- There is no special form
- There is no need to know the law that governs a federal program to file a complaint
 
For more information, please go to http://www.k12.wa.us/TitleI/CitizenComplaint.aspx
 
 

 
Last Modified on May 9, 2017
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