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Title I

What is Title I?

North Branch Elementary receives Title I monies. Districts receive Title I funds from the federal government and distribute these funds to schools based on the number of low-income students that are eligible for free/reduced lunch. Low-income is only used to distribute funds. Title I money is used to serve all students with an academic need in the school-wide setting to increase children's academic achievement (especially in reading and math). 

Our Learning Community

All children are born as a blank slate.  It is "our" responsibility as educators, parents, and community members to fill it wisely. What will our blue print look like? A strong foundation is the most important component. A love of learning, a thirst for knowledge, an ability to form and maintain strong friendships, and an appreciation and respect for the making of responsible citizens are essential ingredients.

Our goal is to provide many opportunities for students, teachers, and parents to expand their knowledge and build strong successful relationships. 


Learning Together

In an effort to forge a partnership that ensures parents, students, and staff working together to achieve student success, North Branch Elementary participates in a "School Wide Learning Compact".  See below for various associated documents:

2023-24 North Branch Elementary School Compact
2023-24 North Branch Elementary Parent and Family Engagement Policy
North Branch Area Schools - District Parent and Family Engagement Policy

Parent & School Resources for Family Engagement
MDE Parent Engagement Resources       
NBE At-Home Reading PlanRead By Grade 3 Parent Awareness Toolkit