Title I Tutoring
The purpose of the Title I Tutorial Program is to help students adjust to the demands of high school by improving their basic academic skills and by supporting/reinforcing classroom instruction. Services are offered to students who qualify based on state-mandated eligibility criteria. Once enrolled, students meet with a teacher at least two times a week and focus on writing, math, and study skills.
Standardized test scores, teacher and parent referrals, and current school performance information are compiled in order to determine student eligibility for the Title I Tutoring Program. Parents who would like their son or daughter considered for the program should contact the Personalized Learning Programs Coordinator, or the HHS Counseling Department.
Homeless children and youth are automatically eligible for Title I services. For more information please see the NH DOE site.