WEST POINT PUBLIC SCHOOLS IS HONORED AS A DISTINGUISHED TITLE I DIVISION
are selected as eligible to receive Title I funds based upon the
economic deprivation of the school population. Yearly participation data
in the free/reduced lunch program provides the basis for computing
eligibility as a targeted Title I school.
Title I program for West Point Public Schools provides students in
grades K-5 with additional instruction in reading and math. Our Title I
staff assist students as they develop into fluent readers and
mathematicians. The Title I Staff offers a comprehensive program of
services for students and their families. Elementary students who are
reading and performing math activities below grade level can receive
special help through the program. Specialized help addressing specific
assessed needs is given in small group sessions. The program provides
instructional support in a variety of skills areas.
The parents are notified when a child is enrolled in or discharged from the program.
Point has earned the Distinguished Title I Division distinction by
“exceeding annual objectives for learning and achievement in reading and
mathematics for more than six consecutive years.”
School Report Card
This link is to the current West Point Elementary School State Report Card.
The report card gives information on the following:
- Student achievement at each proficiency level of the SOL’s
- This is broken down by race, ethnicity, gender, disability, migrant, English proficiency and economically disadvantaged.
- Comparison of West Point Elementary’s achievement levels to the states annual measurable objectives
- How West Point Elementary students’ achievement compared to the state achievement
- The percentage of students not tested
- The most recent two-year trend in student achievement
- Information on other academic indicators used by the state to determine AYP
- Graduation Rates
- Information on the division and schools AYP status
- Professional qualifications of teachers
If you have any question about the Report Card please contact your school or the Director of Instruction at 843-4368.