Title I & Grants
Title I Parent InformationTitle I is the largest Federally funded program supporting academically at risk students in public and private schools. Through Title I, the Federal government allocates funds to school districts around the country based on the number of low-income families in each district.Each district uses it’s Title I funds to supplement the funds provided to schools. Schools use their Title I funds to improve the achievement of all children in their school.For more information, view our Title I Parent Information Presentation below. If the presentation does not load correctly, please click here.
The Consolidated Grant is funded through the Department of Education.
- 2022 Christina Consolidated Grant Approved
- 2021 Christina Consolidated Grant Approved
- 2020 Christina Consolidated Grant Approved
Questions about the Consolidated Grant may be directed to Nathalie Princilus, Supervisor of Unique Programs, Equity, Student and Staff Support.
Delaware's Opportunity Funding program provides weighted funding and classroom-based support for low-income students and English learners in Delaware public schools. In June 2021, Governor John Carney signed legislation to increase this funding as well as make the funding permanent in Delaware.
Learn more below about how Christina School District plans to use these funds:
- 2023 SY Opportunity Grants Final Report
- 2022-2023 SY Mid-Year Expense Report
- 2021-2022 SY Opportunity Grant Funding Application
Questions about the Opportunity Grant may be directed to Courtney Voshell, Supervisor, Project Management, Professional Development, Grants & Research.
Christina School District
1899 S. College Avenue
Newark, DE 19702
Dr. Nathalie Princilus
Title I Administrator