Title I is a federally funded program to help students narrow the achievement gap within the classroom by providing educational opportunities for all children to meet the state’s academic achievement standards through effective use of scientifically-based research reform strategies.
Lee County Public Schools operate Pre-Kindergarten Programs at Keokee Elementary and Stickleyville Elementary Schools to assist preschool children in preparation and transition from early childhood programs to local elementary school programs.
Title I School Wide Programs provide supplemental instruction for students in kindergarten through grade five at Dryden, Elk Knob, and Flatwoods Elementary Schools; grades six through eight at Pennington and Jonesville Middle Schools; and, grades kindergarten through grade seven at Elydale, Ewing, Keokee, Rose Hill, St. Charles and Stickleyville Elementary Schools.
Parent and community involvement are encouraged at all Title I Programs.
The Lee County Public Schools Title I Program does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, age, disability, or national origin in employment or in its programs and activities.