Title 1 & LAP


Stanwood Elementary's Title l and LAP programs support students below grade level in reading, through a pull-out small group model. These programs focus on serving students in grades kindergarten through fourth. Students are identified through a school-wide ranking of assessments and are served and monitored for progress by our Title l/LAP staff. If you have questions about our reading support questions, you may click on the links below or call the school for more information.

SES Title l - LAP Parent Policy Trifold.pdf large book
Survey Results Parents 17-18

Reading Rockets & Family Reading Activities

2019 - May Reading Rockets
10 Things to Raise a Reader.pdf

Title 1 Information

Title I, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) provides financial assistance to states and school districts to meet the educational needs of students at-risk of failing the state’s challenging performance standards in mathematics, reading, and writing.

Title I, Part A provides additional instructional services and activities which support students identified as failing or most at risk of failing. To read more, click on the following links:
- What is Title I, Part A ?
- Title I, Part A - Parents' Right to be Informed

Parents have the right to request their students' teachers' professional qualifications. For this specific information, please contact Mrs. Maurene Stanton, email: mstanton@stanwood.wednet.edu or call 360-629-1200.

Title I Parental Involvement Policy 4130 
Title I Parental Involvement Procedure 4130 

The Learning Assistance Program (LAP) is Washington's state-funded program (WAC 392-162and Chapter 28A.165 RCW ) that provides additional academic support to eligible students. Eligible students are those achieving below grade level on the state’s assessment. District assessment of basic skills may also be considered for eligibility. 

For additional information contact:
Staci Lauinger, Title I/LAP Coordinator, 360-629-1205

Federal Programs Citizen Complaint:
The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction’s (OSPI) written complaint procedures for resolving issues of violation(s) of a federal statute or regulation that applies to Title I, Part A programs is available by clicking here .