Title I is the largest federally funded educational program. This program, authorized by Congress, provides additional funding to school districts to assist schools with the highest concentration of student poverty. This is to help schools meet the educational needs and goals of their students. Schools receive Title I funds based on the number of students qualifying for free or reduced meals. Approximately, 95% of our students qualify for free/reduced meals.
All professional faculty at TMS are highly qualified [HQ]. This means they are certified in their teaching area, maintain a current SC professional certificate and stay up to date with innovation in technology.
Parents and students are our clients. We have a responsibility to address their needs, questions or concerns. Parents have specific rights to know what is going on in their child’s school life. We encourage our parents to contact the school [administration and staff] when a need arises.
Greenville has learning opportunities in your neighborhood. Go to SCAfterschool.com. You will find one or more extended day and summer locations that offer academic, social and athletic activities for our students. Click here for BOOST contact information.
The Title I Staff provide a variety of services to and resources for the school and community.
The district Title I staff asked parents to offer suggestions for improvement to the District Parent Involvement Policy. Each school sent copies of the policy to parents.