Title 1

Title I, Part A



Under the recent legislation of Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), formerly No Child Left Behind (NCLB), Title I, Part A is supplemental funding to support high poverty schools in providing opportunities for children to acquire the knowledge and skills in the State content standards and to meet the challenging State performance standards developed for all children. These funds are meant to supplement, not supplant, regular education funds. In addition to serving students in public school, districts are obliged to serve students who would be eligible in the public school, but are attending non-public schools. Districts must also serve students in the facilities for Neglected and Delinquent children with Title I funds.


Types of Programs

Title I, Part A funds may be used in a Schoolwide model or a Targeted Assistance model:

  • A schoolwide program allows the use of Title I funds to upgrade the entire educational program to meet the educational needs of all students in a school. In Northside this option is made available to campuses with a poverty threshold greater than 56%. The threshold is reviewed each year during the planning cycle.
  • A targeted assistance model supports only identified students meeting certain criteria.

For 2018-2019, Northside ISD has 48 Title I schoolwide campuses and no targeted assistance campuses.



Under provisions in Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), states, school districts, and campuses are evaluated annually for meeting federal accountability requirements.



Programs/activities supported, all or partially, by Title I funds to provide academic assistance in the content areas:

  • Supplemental staff are provided on each Title 1 campus
  • Extended Day Programs (before and after school, on Saturdays, and during the summer)
  • Title I Even Start Family Literacy Program
  • Family Engagement Program



Northside ISD follows guidance in Education Department General Administrative Regulations (EDGAR) for all Title 1, Part A funds spent.


Parent and Family Engagement 

Funds are provided at the District and campus levels to assist parents in becoming partners in their children's education.

There is coordination with NISD Family Engagement Program, NISD Title I Even Start Family Literacy Program, NISD Connections, Family Service Association, Head Start, Communities in Schools (CIS), and United Way of San Antonio.

Title I Schools (not all programs are available on all campuses )

Elementary Schools

Middle Schools

High Schools

  • Adams Hill
  • Allen
  • Boone
  • Brauchle
  • Burke
  • Cable
  • Carlos Coon
  • Cody
  • Colonies North
  • Driggers
  • Esparza
  • Fisher
  • Glass
  • Glenn
  • Glenoaks
  • Hatchett
  • Howsman
  • Knowlton
  • Leon Valley
  • Linton
  • Martin
  • Mary Hull
  • McDermott
  • Mead
  • Meadow Village
  • Michael
  • Murnin
  • Myers
  • Oak Hills Terrace
  • Passmore
  • Powell
  • Rhodes
  • Timberwilde
  • Valley Hi
  • Villarreal
  • Westwood Terrace
  • Hobby
  • Jones
  • Neff
  • Pease
  • Rayburn
  • Ross
  • Rudder
  • Zachry
  • Holmes
  • John Jay

Title I, Part A (Non Public)



In coordination with the Bexar County area Title 1 Directors and Non-Public personnel, tutoring is provided at all non-public campuses where students from Title 1 public schools attend and is overseen by the Region 20-ESC Non-Public Schools Liaison. Tutorials will be available to any student meeting criteria for remediation in Reading and/or Math. For those students who meet criteria and are not attending a campus with tutorials in place, tutorials will be provided on an individual campus by campus basis. Services from the public to the non-public schools will also include staff development in the area served and parent and family engagement activities.

Services are provided to non-public school students in accordance with Title I law. Educational services and arrangements for eligible students in non-public schools shall be equal to expenditures for children enrolled in the public schools of the local education agency.



Student growth by non-public school will be measured using the Spring NRT test scores used by the non-public schools. Growth will be measured annually using prior Spring and present Spring test scores. In coordination with the non-public administrators, other desired outcomes have been designated as indicators of educational achievement.

Title I, Part C (Migrant Education)



The purpose of the migrant education program is to reduce the educational disruptions and other problems that result from repeated moves. Migrant Education assists eligible students by ensuring that they are provided supplemental educational services in order to meet the same challenging state content and student performance standards that all children are expected to meet. There are 7 areas of focus in the Migrant Program:

  1. Migrant Services Coordination (all levels)
  2. Identification and Recruitment (ages 3-21)
  3. Early Childhood Education (ages 3 – 2nd grade)
  4. Graduation Enhancement (Grades 7-12)
  5. Parent and Family Engagement (all Levels)
  6. Secondary Credit Exchange and Accrual (Grades 9 - 12)
  7. The New Generation System for Migrant Student Record Transfer (3-21)

NOTE: The Northside School District has entered into a shared service arrangement with Region 20.

If you feel you are eligible for Migrant Education, please contact our offices at (210) 370-5684.