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Title 1

What is Title 1?
Supplemental federal funds to help meet the educational needs of low-achieving students in high-poverty schools. Title I schools deliver supplemental services through a comprehensive school-wide plan under the School wide Program (SWP) model. All students may benefit from the additional services based upon the identified needs described in the plan, but the services must help students most at risk. Title I funding is based entirely on academic achievement.

Parent and Family Engagement

Parent Engagement

What is Parent and Family Engagement?
LAUSD offers parent and family engagement opportunities at the central level, at our Local District and Community of Schools, and at our school.
District Title I Parent and Family Engagement Policy
The Los Angeles Unified School District approved a new LAUSD Title I Parent and Family Engagement Policy in June of 2018 which was developed with the meaningful consultation of Title I parents and family members from each Local District.  The policy is  below. 
 El Distrito Escolar Unificado de Los Ángeles aprobó una nueva Política de Participación de Padres y Familias del Título I del LAUSD en junio de 2018, que se desarrolló con una consulta significativa de los padres y familiares del Título I de cada Distrito Local. La política está abajo.




School Site Council (SSC) Overview

The school site council is a group of teachers, parents, classified employees, and students that works with the principal to develop, review and evaluate school improvement programs and school budgets. The members of the site council are generally elected by their peers. School Site Council (SSC) California Education Code 65000 requires Title I schools to establish a School Site Council (SSC) as the decision-making council for all programs funded through the Consolidated Application (ConApp). Click here for SSC Page

SSC Roles

SSC Meeting Dates

Title 1 Updates
Coordinator's Statement 

My name is Mia Young, and I am the Title 1 Coordinator here at Hamilton High School. Previously, I was an Instructional Coach dedicated to supporting teachers and their ability to address all students' needs through culturally relevant teaching strategies. Before the pandemic, I spent 17 years in the classroom teaching English, 6 here at Hamilton High. I recently completed LAUSD’s Aspiring Assistant Principals Program after earning my Master's in Education in 2022. My educational experience spans 20 years in the Los Angeles Unified School District, where I was also a student from kindergarten to 12th grade.