Title I & Migrant Education
Title I Education
Chatham County Schools' Title I program provides funds to eligible schools to help ensure that all students meet state academic standards.
Each participant school in the district designs their support services based on a comprehensive needs assessment. Central Services monitors each school's goals throughout the academic year.
Title I provides district-level support to schools for the following activities: targeted support and improvement, parent and family engagement, McKinney-Vento coordination, and services to students and families with limited English skills.
In addition, the Title I Pre-K program coordinates access to quality pre-school education with Chatham County Partnership for Children. The partnership supports NC Pre-K classrooms throughout the county.
Title I Schools in Chatham County
- Bennett School
- Bonlee School
- Chatham Middle School
- J S Waters School
- Moncure School
- Silk Hope School
- Siler City Elementary
- Horton Middle School
- Virginia Cross Elementary
The Migrant Education Program(MEP) helps migrant children reach high academic standards and graduate from high school. The MEP ensures that migrant children overcome educational disruption, cultural and language barriers, health-related problems and other problems that result from repeated moves. The program promotes coordination among schools and agencies locally and within the state to improve education for migrant children. The county recruiter refers students and their families to local organizations that provide assistance related to instructional and supportive services. In addition, MEP provides services to preschool age children and young students in transition that are out of school.