• Title I

    Elkton Middle School has been identified as a Schoolwide Title I School. The Title I Program gives us the opportunity to provide all students with additional academic and social-emotional support.

    What Is Title I: 

    Elkton Middle School has been identified as a Schoolwide Title I School. The Title I Program gives us the opportunity to provide all students with additional academic and social-emotional support. 

    The Purpose of Title I: “Is to ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach proficiency on challenging state academic achievement standards ..." -U.S. Department of Education

    Funding benefits include:

    Additional staffing, technology, books, materials, & supplies for students

    After-School Math and Enrichment Program

    Workshops for parents geared toward empowering families to help their students succeed academically and socially

    Summer Intervention and Enrichment program  

    Title I Resource Teacher working directly with students, staff, & families

    Title I Tutors for small group instruction

    Title I Behavior Specialist

    Title I Local Support Teacher

     

    Title I Field Trips

    In order to be eligible for field trips, students...

    • Must earn a passing grade in all academic classes
    • Must not have more than 5 unexcused absences
    • Must not have more than one office referral for discipline

    Trips have included: Philadelphia Zoo, Camden Aquarium, and NorthBay Adventure Camp

    For more information on our Title I funding, school and community programs, please contact our Title I Resource staff.

    Contact Us: 410-996-5010

     

     

    Meet Our Staff!

    Angela Gyuro: Title I Resource Teacher

    • Push into classrooms to co-teach with teachers
    • Work with students in their classrooms
    • Observe students in their classes
    • Plan new lessons with teachers
    • Monitor intervention and academic performance
    • Plan workshops and events for students and families

    Angela Gyuro

    Angela Gyuro, Title I Resource Teacher

    ajgyuro@ccps.org

     

     

    Tonya Morgenweck: Title I Classroom Teacher

    • Provide daily reading instruction designed to strengthen and promote growth in reading accuracy, fluency, and comprehension
    • Provide frequent writing instruction and activities to develop skills in composing a variety of sentence structures, short responses to text, and extended written responses such as essays
    • Provide individualized instruction to address areas of weakness in decoding words (phonics) and/or rate and accuracy in reading (fluency)
    • Work collaboratively with a special educator and Title 1 resource teacher to provide high-quality instruction
    • Monitor academic performance and growth in Language Arts
    • Plan workshops and events for students and families

    Morgenweck

    Tonya Morgenweck, Title I School Classroom Teacher

    tlmorgenweck@ccps.org

     

    Tina Johnson: Title l Tutor/Behavior Specialist

    • Provide individual and small group academic assistance.
    • Communicate with families regarding student progress. 
    • Schedule students for after school tutoring sessions. 
    • Plan workshops and events for students and families. 
    • Collaborate with teachers and staff to provide academic and social-emotional interventions. 

    Tina Johnson

     

    Tina Johnson, Title I Behavior Specialist

    cljohnson@ccps.org

     

    Mark Etzel: Title I Local Support Teacher

    • Assist students with social, emotional, and behavioral needs
    • Monitor and supervise school activities and operations to facilitate a safe learning environment
    • Work collaboratively with school administration to ensure a strong instructional program
    • Communicate with families regarding student progress  
    • Work with students and teachers in their classrooms
    • Plan workshops and other events for students and their families

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    Mark Etzel, Title I Local Support Teacher

    mcetzel@ccps.org