Improving the Academic Achievement of Disadvantaged Students. Federal Assistance targeted to meet the needs of serving at-risk students in Reading and Math. Qualifications are based on poverty levels using free/reduced lunch data and the application process.
Overton Elementary*, China Grove Elementary*, Koontz Elementary**, Enochville Elementary*, Faith Elementary*, Granite Quarry Elementary*, Isenberg Elementary*, Dole Elementary*, Hurley Elementary*, Knollwood Elementary*, Landis Elementary*, Millbridge Elementary*, Morgan Elementary*, Mt. Ulla Elementary*, North Rowan Elementary**, Rockwell Elementary*, Shive Elementary*, Summit K-8 Virtual Academy, West Rowan Elementary*, Knox Middle**, North Rowan Middle**, and Henderson Independent High**
* A TSI school as identified by NCDPI. Schools are identified annually as TSI-CU when one or more subgroup(s) receive a “F” School Performance Grade for the most recent and the previous two (2) years.
** A CSI (Comprehensive Support and Improvement) school is identified by NCDPI. CSI-Low Performing schools are the lowest performing five percent of all schools receiving Title I, Part A funds (served) in the state.
You may review the North Carolina School Report Card for the district and individual schools at the following link: http://www.ncpublicschools.org/src/
For more information about Comprehensive Support and Improvement Schools and Targeted Support and Improvement Schools, click here.
District Title I funds are used in Rowan-Salisbury Schools to provide professional development for the implementation of Orton-Gillingham in our schools.
“IMSE's Orton-Gillingham program educates teachers on how to explicity and effectively teach reading to beginning readers. Using multiple senses, children can better understand the rules of the English language. This is effective in the classroom because it allows educators to teach children in the way that each individual child learns best.”
5th Grade students at Knollwood Elementary School participated in their first of six Muddy Sneakers days on September 20th and October 6th, 2021. Our 5th graders really enjoyed their first field trip since 2019.