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Title I

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.

Click here to access OSPI Title I, Part A Information

Click here to access Homeless Services (McKinney-Vento)

Schools in Title I Schoolwide Program

  • Adams Elementary School
  • Barge-Lincoln Elementary School
  • Davis High 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