Title I/LAP Program is an important partner in achieving Arlington
School District's vision that all children will achieve academic
success, develop a sense of purpose, and view learning as a life-long
The purpose and goals of the federal Title I Program
and the state Learning Assistance Program (LAP) are essentially the
same. Both programs seek to improve the educational opportunities of
students who are academically at-risk for mastering the material set
forth within the state content standards. Both programs provide
supplemental instruction; in effect, a "double dose" of instruction in
the student's area of greatest need (reading or math). Overall, the
rules governing Title I are more stringent than those for LAP.
For additional information regarding Title I resources in our state, click here to access the OSPI (Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction) Title I/LAP website for Washington State. OSPI Parents' Right to Be Informed brochure.To file a citizen complaint against a school district, educational service district, or OSPI visit the OSPI website for documents (available in several languages)
Title I Schools include Eagle Creek Elementary, Kent Prairie Elementary, Presidents Elementary and Weston High School.
Director of Early Learning and Categorical Programs