Title-I Funding for School Sites


Do you need help identifying if your funding request meets the Title-I eligibility requirements? 

Title I funding is restricted to specific purposes. These purposes are governed by a unique set of laws and controlled by language found in the budget item governing the program.

Here are a few items to consider:

  • Title I funds are designed to specifically to improve the academic achievement of disadvantaged students.
  • Title I funds can only be used for supports that have been scientifically proven to increase student achievement.
  • Title I funds can only be used on supplemental services and supports and may not be used for the core program.  (Supplement vs. Supplant)
  • The service or support must be documented in the school SDIP.
  • The service or support must be in direct support of Title I students.
  • Allowable expenditures include (but are not limited to): Instructional aides, Supplemental Instructional Materials, Instructional Technology, and Parent Engagement Activities.

Title I Funded Schools 2017-2018

Elementary & K-8 Schools

  • Abraham Lincoln
  • A.M. Winn Public Waldorf
  • Bret Harte
  • Camellia
  • Caroline Wenzel
  • Cesar Chavez
  • David Lubin
  • Earl Warren
  • Edward Kemble
  • Elder Creek
  • Ethel I Baker
  • Ethel Phillips
  • Fr Keith B Kenny
  • Golden Empire
  • Hollywood Park
  • H.W. Harkness
  • Isador Cohen
  • James Marshall
  • John Bidwell
  • John Cabrillo
  • John Morse Therapeutic
  • John Sloat
  • John Still
  • Leataata Floyd
  • Mark Twain
  • Martin Luther King
  • Nicholas
  • Oak Ridge
  • O.W. Erlewine
  • Pacific
  • Parkway
  • Peter Burnett
  • Pony Express
  • Rosa Parks
  • Sequoia
  • Susan B. Anthony
  • Tahoe
  • Washington
  • William Land
  • Woodbine

Middle Schools

  • Albert Einstein
  • California
  • Fern Bacon
  • Kit Carson
  • Sam Brannan
  • School of Engineering & Science
  • Sutter
  • Will C. Wood

High Schools

  • American Legion
  • Capital City
  • C.K. McClatchy
  • Health Professions
  • Hiram Johnson
  • John F. Kennedy
  • Luther Burbank
  • Rosemont
  • School of Engineering & Science
  • West Campus

Direct Funded Charter Schools

  • Bowling Green Chacon
  • Bowling Green McCoy
  • New Joseph Bonnheim
  • New Technology
  • The Met High School 

Non-profit, Private Schools

  • Camellia Waldorf 
  • Cristo Rey HS
  • St. Charles Borromeo School
  • St. Patrick’s Academy
  • St. Robert School