Welcome to the Dickenson County Title I Page

 Title I is a federally funded program for schools with the highest percentages of children from low-income families.  All elementary schools in Dickenson County implement a School-wide model with the Title I Funds which allows for flexibility in serving all children based on their individual needs.  The goal of Title I is to close learning gaps and to help ensure that all students meet local and state academic standards.

In addition to many other things, Title I funds are used to help fund our Pre-K Classrooms, our elementary Technology Labs, and Reading/Math Resource Teachers in our elementary schools.

Parent Notification Letters

ESSA Assignment of Teacher Letter

ESSA Assessment Letter

Teacher Qualification Letter



Title I Parent Resource Center

PRC


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The Title I Parent Resource Center is located at Ervinton Elementary School. Parents can check out fun educational materials such as books, puzzles, games, and many other unique interactive resources to help their children build valuable reading and math skills.  Any parent who wishes to visit the Resource Center should first stop by the school office during school hours. If parents cannot come to the school to check out the materials, they can simply complete a request form (click the link below) and send the form to the child's teacher.  The materials will be sent to the appropriate school and then home with the student.  Materials can be kept for two weeks or longer if needed, and then parents can send the materials back school with the child to be returned to the Resource Center.  Parents can also email Derek McFall, the Resource Center Aide at gmcfall@dcps.k12.va.us with any requests for materials to be sent home with a student.


Parent Resource Center Request Form



Newsletters

Newsletters are a way to stay in touch with parents and to build connections between home and school. Dickenson County Public Schools Title I Program currently provides two newsletters for parents, Early Years and School & Home Connections. These newsletters bring tips, suggestions, and guidance to parents each month. Early Years newsletters instill a love of learning and help to build social skills for our preschool students.  The Home & School Connection newsletters foster the home and school partnership, improve school success, and make learning fun. You can click to read or to print the newsletters below.

Early Years Newsletters
 Early Years Sept 2019 Early Years Oct 2019 Early Years Nov 2019 Early Years Dec 2019
Early Years Jan 2020    Early Years Feb 2020 Early Years March 2020 EY April 2020
Early Years May 2020


Home & School Newsletters

 H&S Sept 2019    H&S Oct 2019    H&S Nov 2019  H&S Dec 2019

 H&S Jan 2020   H&S Feb 2020  H&S March 2020 H & S April 2020
Home School May 2020





Pre-K Information

Our Pre-K program serves four-year-old children and prepares them to be successful in Kindergarten.  Pre-K students must be four years old on or before September 30th of the current school year to be considered for the program.  The students attend regular full days, five days a week, and transportation is provided by Dickenson County school buses.  If you have any questions or want to inquire about a Pre-K opening during the school year, please contact Deirdre Deel, Title I Coordinator at 276-926-4643. 

Pre-K Registration for the 2020-2021 school year has been postponed.  New dates for registration appointments will be scheduled as soon as possible.  If you have a child you wish to register for our Pre-K program, please call Deirdre Deel, Title I Coordinator at 926-4643 to obtain an application packet and to get your child's name on the 2020-2021 Pre-K Registration List.