• Title I, Part A

    Title I, Part A is part of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). Its purpose is to provide all children significant opportunity to receive a fair, equitable, and high-quality education to close educational achievement gaps. Title I supports Yakima School District students, parents, and families by funding a wide variety of activities. These activities can sometimes include, parent and family engagement, instructional supports, behavior and mentoring supports, social and emotional learning, and improving school quality.
  • Schools in Title I Schoolwide Program

    • Adams Elementary School
    • Barge-Lincoln Elementary School
    • Davis High School
    • Discovery Lab School
    • Eisenhower High School
    • Franklin Middle School
    • Garfield Elementary School
    • Gilbert Elementary School
    • Hoover Elementary School
    • Lewis & Clarm Middle School
    • Martin Luther King Jr Elementary School
    • McClure Elementary School
    • McKinley Elementary School
    • Nob Hill Elementary School
    • Ridgeview Elementary School
    • Robertson Elementary School
    • Roosevelt Elementary School
    • Stanton Academy
    • Washington Middle School
    • Whitney Elementary School
    • Wilson Middle School

     

    Schools in Title I Targeted Assistance Program

    • Yakima Online
  • Your Right to Know

    Parents of children attending Title I, Part A schools have the right to request and receive information about the qualifications of the teacher and paraprofessionals who provide instruction to students. Parents must also receive a timely notice that their child has been assigned, or has been taught for more than four consecutive weeks by a teacher who has limited state certification/licensure.

    View more information on your right to know

  • Citizens Complaint Process

    As a recipient of federal funds, we are required to inform you that if you have a complaint about the services offered under Title I and have not been able to resolve them through the District process, you may file a citizen complaint to the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI).

    View information on filing citizen complaint