Back to Home Page
To Educate and Inspire Today's Students for Tomorrow's Opportunities To Educate and Inspire Today's
Students for Tomorrow's Opportunities

Inside WSC

2School Board Links
School Board Minutes
Change Site Password
Doculivery (Payroll)
Google Training
Documents and Forms
Western Policies and Bylaws
PantherWeb (Requires Western Google Login)
Parent Advisory Council
2Background Check Info
Background Check Form
Background Check: Parents, Volunteers, Lay Coaches Info
Library Online
AR BookFind
Safe Schools Tipline
Child Care Search
Kokomo Howard County Schools Guide
E-Script (Request Transcripts)
Facility Use Request Form
Medication Administration Form
Curriculum Assistance Application
SchoolMessenger/Skylert News and Info
Understanding our Student's Technology World
School Supply Lists
WSC Strategic Plan
School Profile
Corporation Stats (InView)
WSC High Ability Manual
4Nurse's Clinic
Western Corporation Nurse Directory
School Health Forms
Health Policies
Title I Information
No Child Left Behind
Homeland Security
Special Ed. Press Release
Food and Nutrition
"Childfind" Search
McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Information
ESL Handbook
WSC Seclusion and Restraint Plan
WSC High Ability Manual
Western Brand and Logo Information
Western View
Bus Replacement Plan
Capital Project Plan
Annual Performance Report
Continuous Learning Plan
Western's Strategic Plan
ESSR Information
Learning Links
Public Health & Safety
Community Bulletin Board
Public Health and Safety Information
WHS Reunion Information
Large Conf Room/ Banquet Hall Info
Sample E-Learning Lesson
1:1 iPad Information
Skyward Family Access Documentation
Skyward Family Access Help
Building Construction Updates
Transportation and Facilities
Fieldhouse Information
Interested in Becoming a Western Panther?
Busing Information
Dyslexia Information
  • Programs
  • Title I Information

Title I Information

Title I Funds Support Student Learning

Title I is a federally funded program that provides money to eligible schools to assist students who are considered “At Risk”.  While there is no formal definition of students’ “At Risk”, Western defines “At Risk” students as students who struggle academically and as a result, are “At Risk” of failing or eventually dropping out of school.  With the additional revenue, schools can provide assistance for the identified students so they can experience academic success.

Title I has specific requirements for using the money we receive.  The main stipulation is that Title I dollars must be used to supplement what every child receives in the classroom, not replace it.  In other words, the assistance an identified student receives must be in addition to or outside the regular classroom instruction so in-class instruction is not lost.

Western currently uses our Title I funding to offer a variety of additional learning opportunities for students in need.  Programs currently offered include:

  • Supplemental Reading Program
  • Two-week Extended School Year
  • Two-week Jump-Start
  • Supplemental Math and English/Language Arts & Reading Program
  • Two-week Extended School Year
  • Two-week Jump Start
Other expenditure requirements of Title I include parent involvement programs and professional development for teachers.

Print Email

Western School Corporation Mission Statement:
To educate and inspire today's students for tomorrow's opportunities.
Go to top of page
Copyright 2019, Western School Corporation
2600 S. 600 W. Russiaville, IN
P: 765-883-5576      F: 765-883-7946