Welcome to the Title I/LAP Program

  • cup of pencils of different colors, eraser end up The Title I Program is federally funded and provides financial assistance to meet the specific needs of educationally at-risk children in school attendance areas having a high concentration of children from low income families.

    Schools that qualify for Title I Program funding are: 
    Emerson Elementary School, Garfield Elementary School, Hawthorne Elementary School, Jackson Elementary School, Lowell Elementary School, and Madison Elementary School.

    These schools receive additional staffing to support teachers with reading and math interventions, and to provide supplemental instruction in reading and math for struggling students. The funding supports staff time for professional development and planning; extended day and summer school classes; and parent involvement activities.

    The Learning Assistance Program (LAP) is state funded and provides financial assistance to support students who are below standard in reading in all elementary schools.

    These schools receive additional staffing to support teachers with reading interventions, and to provide supplemental instruction in reading for struggling students. The funding supports extended day and summer school classes and parent involvement activities.

    For further information about the state and federal requirements for the Title I Program and LAP program, please see the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction website:
    Cynthia Jones, Director, Categorical Programs
    425-385-4030

    Karla Barton, Office Manager
    425-385-4030

    FAX: 425-385-4012
    3900 Broadway. 
    Everett, WA 98201