Federal Programs -Title I


Title I, Part A, Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged Program, is the largest federal education program for elementary and secondary schools. Title I funds are targeted to low-income schools and districts and used to provide educational services to students who are educationally disadvantaged or at risk of failing. School districts spend a great deal of time and effort administering these funds. Currently, Susquenita School District has one Title I school: Susquenita Elementary.

Federal Programs Links and Resources

Annual Parent Notice - Right to Request Teacher Qualifications

If your child attends a Title I school, you are entitled to information about your child's teacher. You are entitled to know whether the teacher is certified and qualified, and you are entitled to information about the teacher's college degree and major.

If your child receives any services from a paraprofessional, the school is required to provide you with information about the paraprofessional's qualifications.

Submit a written request for information about your child's teacher or paraprofessional to the building principal. The building principal will provide you with that information in a timely manner.

Complaint Resolution Procedures for Non-Public Schools

District Level School-Parent Compact

Title I Information - Susquenita Elementary

Title I District Parent and Family Engagement Policy

  • You may access this document on Susquenita SD Board Docs page by navigating to https://go.boarddocs.com/pa/susq/Board.nsf
  • Click on "Enter Public Site"
  • Click on "Policies" in the upper right-hand corner of the screen
  • Single click "900 Community" on the left-hand side, which will expand the menu
  • Single click "918 Title I Parent and Family Engagement" to view the policy