Core + (Title I and LAP) Academic Support Services

Core+ (“core plus”) academic support services are provided to Pullman Public Schools students through two special programs: Title I and LAP.

Title I
Title I, Part A, is a federally-funded program designed to provide all children significant opportunity to receive a fair, equitable, and high-quality education, and to close educational achievement gaps.

Pullman schools that receive Title I funding: Kamiak Elementary and Jefferson Elementary

More information:
Title I Annual Parent Notifications

OSPI (state) Title I Overview

OSPI Title I, Part A Extra Academic Support for Your Child Infographic
Translations: Russian | Spanish | Vietnamese

OSPI What is Title I, Part A?
Translations: Cambodian | Chinese | Korean | Punjabi | Russian | Somali | Spanish | Tagalog | Vietnamese

OSPI Parents’ Right to be Informed
Translations: Cambodian | Chinese | Korean | Punjabi | Russian | Somali | Spanish | Tagalog | Vietnamese

LAP
The Learning Assistance Program (LAP) is a state-funded program that offers supplemental services for K–12 students scoring below grade-level standard in English language arts (ELA) and mathematics. These services focus on accelerating student growth to make progress towards grade level.

Pullman schools that receive LAP funding: Franklin Elementary, Kamiak Elementary, Sunnyside Elementary, Jefferson Elementary, Lincoln Middle School, and Pullman High School

More Information:
OSPI (state) LAP overview

How Families Can Support Their Child’s Learning
Pullman Public Schools encourages families to be involved in their child’s education. Research shows that academic achievement improves significantly when parents are involved in school and at home. Families are invited to be involved in the following ways:

  • Read every day with your child
  • Attend parent-teacher conferences
  • Assist your child with schoolwork and learning activities at home
  • Participate in school and district parent events
  • Volunteer in your child’s classroom or during school events
  • Engage your child in conversation about what they are learning
  • Visit your local library to obtain a library card and check out books for reading together
  • Communicate with your child’s teacher and school staff when you have questions or concerns

More information:
OSPI 10 Best Practices for Strong Families (in English and Spanish)

US Dept. of Ed. Helping Your Child With Homework (available in English and Spanish)

Summary/checklist
Translation: Spanish

National PTA Parents Guides to Student Success (available in English and Spanish)

A Guide to Kindergarten Readiness

 

Questions?
If you have any questions about Title I or LAP, contact the Pullman Public Schools Instructional Programs office at (509) 332-3144 or InstructionalPrograms@psd267.org.