Title I teachers: Jessica Lucas (email@example.com) and Megan Huleatt (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Title I, part A, is a federally funded program established to increase academic success for students. Instruction is provided by Title I teachers with assistance from paraprofessionals and volunteers. This extra support supplements the general education classroom instruction in grades K-4 in reading and math.
If you are interested in volunteering your time in the Title I classroom, please let us know! All lesson plans are written by Title I teachers to fit each student’s academic needs. Volunteers are needed for one-on-one instruction Mondays – Thursdays for 30-minute time slots. Volunteers can be parents, grandparents, community members, college students, or neighbors. Please give the Title I staff a call at 273-0451 if you are interested, and we’ll get the paperwork started!
Lolo School’s Title I program is looking for volunteers to help students with academic needs. Title I is a federally funded program that offers academic support in reading and math for students in Kindergarten through 4th grade. Volunteers are needed for one-on-one instruction Mondays through Thursdays in the mornings or afternoons.
Lessons are prepared by the Title I staff to fit each student’s individual academic needs in the areas of reading or math. Lessons are well organized, with simple directions and full teacher support.
Volunteers are parents, grandparents, older siblings, college students, neighbors and part-time employees. No experience is necessary!
If you are interested in more information, call and visit with the school 406-273-0451. Thank you for your support of Lolo School!
Click here for the Personnel Volunteer Manual and Sign Off Forms [LINK NEEDED]