Berea Middle School Title I 2018-2019

Title I is the largest program of federal funding in education signed into law in 1965 by President Lyndon Johnson. President Johnson recognized the extremely difficult problem that children throughout the country were having with their reading and mathematics. In an effort to help them catch up, extra attention, materials, and teachers were provided by the Elementary Secondary Education Act, Title I (ESEA).

Title I can help parents understand their child and be more involved in the child's education. Within the Title I program, the parents have rights that they should be aware of. Parents have the right to see progress reports on their child and their school. Parents can request information about their child's teacher's qualifications. Parents also have the right to help decide if Title I is meeting their child's needs.


Berea Middle School Title I Funding is used in the following ways:

  • Pays teacher salaries to reduce class size for 8 classroom teachers
  • Supplies technology, such as computers, and other technology equipment and supplies, ChromeBooks, Dell laptops and iPads.
  • Provides Instructional materials such as math manipulatives and books
  • Provides Title I Social Worker, Debbie Hagan 355-2778
  • Provides 1.0 Bi-lingual Parent and Family Engagement Coordinator, Natalia Restrepo 355-1773 (Habla Español)
  • Provides Parent and Family Engagement workshops and other opportunities
  • Links to family and community services
  • Translator available
  • Assistance with health, food banks, clothing, and community agencies
  • Title I District Academic Consultants:  Tamara Glover – Mathematics and Tarasha  Williams – Language Arts

  • Parent Resource Room materials available for checkout

The Title I Staff provide a variety of services to and resources for the school and community.  Click on any of the following links to learn more about services or resources supplied by Title I staff.

Title I planning occurs throughout each school year. As part of the planning, a needs assessment survey is distributed to all parents and teachers to provide evaluation of the positions, items, and services provided with Title I funds. These  parent surveys were send home with report cards on Monday, November 6, 2017.  You can click the link to access the survey if you did not receive one. 

Title I Parent Survey FY19 English
Title I Teacher Survery FY19 English