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Title 1 Program

What is Title I?
Title I provides federal financial assistance to school districts to meet the needs of educationally at-risk students. The goal of Title I is to provide extra instructional services and activities which support students identified as failing or most at risk of failing the state's challenging performance standards in mathematics, reading, and writing.

Annual Title I Parent Meeting Slideshow

Who is Eligible for Title I Services?
Students are identified for Title I services based on criteria that school has chosen. The services offered are in addition to the core curriculum provided to all students. If the building is a School Wide Title I school, services will support all students.  If the building has a Targeted Assistance Title I program then eligible students may receive support. Services and supports can occur during the school day, before or after school, or in summer school. 

  • The services provided may include:
    • One-on-one tutoring,
    • Small group instruction,
    • In class support, and/or
    • Take-home instructional resources.

Federal Programs – Citizen Complaint Procedure
Selah School District provides federally funded programs to raise the academic achievement of struggling learners and address the complex challenges that arise for students who live with disability, mobility problems, learning difficulties, poverty, or transience, or who need to learn English. Robert Lince,  John Campbell, Selah Intermediate, Selah Middle School and Selah High School have been designated as Title I schools.  As such, any individual may file a Citizen Complaint with the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) if he/she suspects that a violation of a federal rule, law or regulations or state regulations that applies to a federal program has occurred.  Such complaints must be in writing, signed by the person filing the complaint and include contact information of the person filing the complaint.  Also, information about the school district, ESD or school service provider believed to have violated a federal law or regulation must also be provided.  Copies of the Citizen Complaint Procedures may be obtained at the Selah School District Federal Programs Office, 308 W Naches or from:
Citizen complaints may be faxed or mailed to:

Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction
Attn:  Citizen Complaint-Title I, Part A
P.O. Box 47200
Olympia, WA  98504
Fax: (360) 586-3305

Contacts by School













Robert Lince Early Learning 








John Campbell Primary



Amanda Scribner






Selah Intermediate School



Sarah Hansen






Selah Middle School



Marc Gallaway







Selah High School



Colton Monti







Selah Choice Programs



Jeff Cochran




Title 1 Policies & Plans - District-Wide

Parent Involvement Policy 4130 (English)
Parent Involvement Policy 4130 (Spanish)
Parent Involvement Procedure 4130
Parent Request for Teacher Information
Right to be Informed_ Spanish

Title 1 Policies & Plans - John Campbell Primary

JCP Parent Involvement Plan (English)
JCP Parent Involvement Plan (Spanish)
JCP Parent Involvement Policy & Procedures (English)
JCP Parent-Teacher-Student Compact

Title 1 Policies & Plans - Selah Middle School

Parent Engagement Policy _ English

Parent Engagement Policy_Spanish

Schoolwide Policy

Title 1 Policies & Plans - Selah High School

School Wide Plan

School Family Partnership Compact

SHS Parent Involvement Policy & Procedures

SHS Parent-Teacher-Student Compact