Title I, Part A is a federal educational program that provides additional instructional services and activities. These additional supports help students in meeting the challenging state academic standards and closing the educational opportunity gap.
You can access the OSPI School District Report Card, where you can also find each school's report card.
Your Right to Know: Professional Qualifications of Teachers and Paraeducators
Parents of children attending Title I, Part A schools have the right to request and receive information about the qualifications of the teacher and paraprofessionals who provide instruction to students. Please contact your child’s school if you wish to request this information.
Title I Services
Title I funding provides extra assistance to students needing support in reading and/or mathematics at Shoreline’s five Title I schools. Services for eligible students in grades 1-4 will typically begin in the fall, and services for eligible Kindergartners will typically begin in the winter. Please contact your child’s school for further information about the Title I services provided.
For more information, please contact the Title I office at 206-393-4117.
All of Shoreline’s Title I schools operate school-wide Title I models. In a school-wide program, staff members at the building create a comprehensive instructional support system, where all students are eligible to receive Title I interventions as needed. The following schools in Shoreline offer school-wide Title I programs:
Briarcrest Elementary: 206-393-4170
Echo Lake Elementary: 206-393-4335
Meridian Park Elementary: 206-393-4251
Parkwood Elementary: 206-393-4150
Ridgecrest Elementary: 206-393-4272
You may contact us via email or phone, and we will make every effort to respond within 24 hours.
Ellen Kaje Ph.D.
Director of Categorical Programs and Academic Support
Student Services Specialist
To file a Citizen’s Complaint:
If you have a citizen’s complaint about a federal program, please click here to visit OSPI’s website.
Learning Assistance Program
The Learning Assistance Program (LAP) is a state-funded program that provides supplemental academic support in Reading, Writing and Mathematics for students performing below standard on state or district assessments. The focus of LAP support is on literacy for grades K-6. Shoreline also uses LAP funds for math support grades 6-12.
The focus of LAP support is early literacy development, with an emphasis on students in grades K-2
For more information, please contact the LAP office at 206-393-4117.
Dyslexia Work Group
In 2018, the Washington legislature passed E2SSB 6162, which defines dyslexia as a specific learning disorder characterized by unexpected difficulties with accurate or fluent word recognition and by poor spelling and decoding abilities (not an eligibility category for special education). By school year 2021-22, this bill will require districts to screen all students grades K-2 for indications of dyslexia and to provide intervention if needed. Click HERE for more information on the Shoreline Dyslexia Work Group.