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Title I - District Info

Title I, Part A-Improving Basic Programs Operated by Local Education Agencies

“The purpose of this title is to ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach, at a minimum, proficiency on challenging State academic achievement standards and State academic assessments.” (Title I, Part A, § 1001).

Tahlequah Public Schools’ Title IA program focuses on improving student achievement in Math and Reading, quality professional development for staff, and Financial Literacy for students.  The site and districtwide plans are analyzed and revised annually by the districtwide Title Programs Planning Committee and each site’s Title I Planning Committee.

Districtwide Title Programs Planning Committee for FY17-18

  • Tanya Jones – Director of Federal & State Programs and Grants
  • DeAnn Mashburn – Exec Director of Human Resources and Secondary Curriculum
  • Anita Lightcap – Exec Director of Elementary Education & Special Programs
  • Angie Lewandowski– School Based Social Worker
  • Dennis Kelley – Boys & Girls Club Chief Professional Officer
  • Janell Meigs – Tahlequah High School Assistant Principal
  • Janice Randall – Cherokee Nation Foundation Director
  • David Bookout – Tahlequah Middle School Principal
  • Mandy Rozell – Parent
  • Polly Winburn – Teacher, English Language Learners and Migrant Students
  • Sharla Smith – Parent
  • Nikki Molloy – Greenwood Elementary Principal
  • Kristin Stark – Sequoyah Elementary Early Childhood Director

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