Title I Schools

What is Title I, Part A?

Title I, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA) supports reforms and innovations to improve educational opportunities for economically disadvantaged students. In December 2015, President Obama signed into law the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) which again reauthorized ESEA.

ESSA includes provisions that broaden the definitions of educational excellence, while maintaining critical civil rights for all students. In addition, ESSA includes provisions designed to focus on providing students the diverse, integrated curriculum and learning experiences necessary for a well-rounded education. Title I, Part A of ESSA is designed to provide all children a significant opportunity to receive a fair, equitable, and high-quality education, and to close educational achievement gaps.

Forty-five Lee County schools (including one charters) are identified as Title I schools. These schools have the highest concentrations of poverty based on the direct certification percentage of economically disadvantaged students enrolled at the school. Title I funds are used to improve the teaching and learning in these schools and to help students meet challenging state academic standards.

Which schools are identified as Title I in the           SY 2020-21?

  1. Allen Park Elementary
  2. Bonita Springs Elementary
  3. Buckingham Exceptional Center
  4. Caloosa Middle
  5. Colonial Elementary
  6. Dr. Carrie D. Robinson Littleton Elementary
  7. Dunbar High
  8. East Lee County High
  9. Edgewood Elementary
  10. Fort Myers Middle Academy
  11. Franklin Park Elementary
  12. G. Weaver Hipps Elementary
  13. Hancock Creek Elementary
  14. Harlem Heights Community Charter School
  15. Harns Marsh Elementary
  16. Harns Marsh Middle
  17. Hector A. Cafferata Jr. Elementary
  18. Island Coast High
  19. J. Colin English Elementary
  20. James Stephens International Academy
  21. Lee Adolescent Mothers Program (LAMP)
  22. Lehigh Elementary
  23. Lehigh Acres Middle
  24. Lehigh Senior High
  25. Manatee Elementary
  26. Mirror Lakes Elementary
  27. Oak Hammock Middle
  28. Orange River Elementary
  29. Orangewood Elementary
  30. Paul Laurence Dunbar Middle
  31. Ray V. Pottorf Elementary
  32. River Hall Elementary
  33. Royal Palm Exceptional Center
  34. San Carlos Park Elementary
  35. Skyline Elementary
  36. South Fort Myers High
  37. Spring Creek Elementary
  38. Success Academy
  39. Sunshine Elementary
  40. Tice Elementary
  41. Tortuga Preserve Elementary
  42. Tropic Isles Elementary
  43. Varsity Lakes Middle
  44. Veteran's Park Academy for the Arts
  45. Villas Elementary

How Can Parents Be Involved?

Parents are very important in their child's education.  We invite and encourage parents to become involved in their child's school. There are many ways to be involved such as joining the School Advisory Council, participating in the School Improvement Plan process, reviewing the school's Parent Involvement Policy and Home-School Compact, planning parent involvement activities and workshops, becoming a member of the school's parent/teacher organization, or volunteering at school.  See more information about the School District of Lee County's Parent(s)/Guardian(s) and Family Engagement

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SY2019-20 Title I Schools

  • Athenian Academy Charter School 
  • Bonita Springs Elementary
  • Buckingham Exceptional Center
  • Caloosa Middle
  • Colonial Elementary
  • Dr. Carrie D. Robinson Littleton Elementary
  • Dunbar High
  • East Lee County High
  • Edgewood Elementary
  • Fort Myers Middle Academy
  • Franklin Park Elementary
  • G. Weaver Hipps Elementary
  • Hancock Creek Elementary
  • Harlem Heights Community Charter School
  • Harns Marsh Elementary
  • Harns Marsh Middle
  • Hector A. Cafferata Jr. Elementary
  • Island Coast High
  • J. Colin English Elementary
  • James Stephens International Academy
  • LAMP
  • Lehigh Elementary
  • Lehigh Acres Middle
  • Lehigh Senior High
  • Manatee Elementary
  • Mirror Lakes Elementary
  • Oak Hammock Middle
  • Orange River Elementary
  • Orangewood Elementary
  • Paul Laurence Dunbar Middle
  • Ray V. Pottorf Elementary
  • River Hall Elementary
  • Royal Palm Exceptional Center
  • San Carlos Park Elementary
  • Skyline Elementary
  • South Fort Myers High
  • Spring Creek Elementary
  • Success Academy
  • Sunshine Elementary
  • Tice Elementary
  • Tortuga Preserve Elementary
  • Tropic Isles Elementary
  • Varsity Lakes Middle
  • Veteran's Park Academy for the Arts
  • Villas Elementary