What is Title I?
Title I is the largest federal aid program for elementary and secondary schools. Funds are used to support supplemental services designed to improve the educational performance of AT-RISK children in high poverty schools. Students can be "pulled out" of their regular classes to receive supplementary instruction in Reading/Language Arts or Math, or the Title I teacher can provide in-class training.

  • Title I funds are intended to supplement, not supplant, the educational program.
  • Schools get Title I funds based on the percentage of students we have on free and reduced lunch.
  • Pickering High School is a school wide program.
Louisiana PROMISE
Louisiana PROMISE Parent Information and Resource Centers (Louisiana PIRC) are funded by the United States Department of Education and administered by Volunteers of America North Louisiana. Louisiana PIRC promotes the educational success of children by offering services to Louisiana parents and educators.

520 Olive Street, Suites C-4
Shreveport, LA 71104
(866) 751-6958
Parents Right to Know
Please be aware of several programs in place to provide training, information, and support to help you better understand your child's development and educational needs. These programs strengthen partnerships between parents and schools to enable children to receive high standards as defined by the No Child Left Behind (NCLB)  Act.

  • YWCA Family Resource Center: 3180 Convention Street, Baton Rouge, LA 70806   (225) 338-0028
  • Project PROMPT: 4323 Division Street, Suite 110, Metairie, LA 70002   (504) 888-9111 or (800) 766-7736   www.projectprompt.com