The purpose of Tennessee's federally funded Title I, Part A Program is to support local school districts in the improvement of teaching and learning for students in high-poverty schools so that these students meet the state's challenging content and performance standards. Lynchburg Elementary School is a School-Wide Title I School. A School-wide program uses its funds to improve the entire Title I program of the school so that all students are impacted.
Title I and Family Engagement
The purpose of Title II, Part A is to increase the academic achievement of all students by helping schools and districts improve teacher and principal quality through professional development and to develop and implement programs to effectively recruit and retain highly effective teachers in core academic areas.
The purpose of Title III is to serve students who have a primary language other than English, by providing instruction in English in a specialized setting. To learn more about Title III and Moore County Schools, contact Jacqueline Cates, Title III Coordinator, [email protected] (931)759-7303. Also, see Moore County Board of Education Policy 4.207, English Language Learner.
Title IX, Education for Homeless Children and Youth
All school districts are required to provide needed services to homeless children. In order to ensure that homeless students have equal access to the same free and appropriate education as provided to other students, the Moore County Board of Education has implemented Board Policy 6.503, Homeless Students. For more information about Moore County School District's Homeless Program, contact Lashonda Hill, [email protected], (931) 759-7303.
LEA Requirements for the McKinney Vento Act