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Physical Address:
912 Oak Street SE Building M, Title I Albuquerque, NM 87106 Map

Phone: (505) 253-0330
Fax: (505) 880-3997

Full staff listing

Contact Information

Rebecca Arellano
(505) 253-0330 ext.67002

Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) is the largest federal assistance program in our nation’s schools.  ESEA, as reauthorized by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, ensures that all children have significant opportunities to obtain a high-quality education and reach, at a minimum, proficiency on rigorous academic achievement standards.  The focus of Title I has not changed with the “2012 New Mexico ESEA Flexibility Waiver.”  Title I Part A continues to focus on four primary components:

  1. Holding states, districts, and schools accountable for the results of student learning
  2. Using proven research-based strategies designed to facilitate schoolwide reform and improvement
  3. Collaborating with parents and communities to strengthen the school’s ability to meet the needs of all students and improve the school, in addition to expanding parental options
  4. Allowing states and districts greater control and flexibility in determining the most effective educational environment for their population

All APS public schools have implemented Schoolwide Programs for the 2016-17 school year.  A well-designed and implemented Schoolwide Program touches all aspects of the school’s operation and offers an appropriate option for high-poverty schools seeking to improve achievement for all students, particularly the lowest achieving

The Schoolwide Program Plan places the eleven required components of the Title I regulations into five groups:

  • Schoolwide Reform Strategies
  • Instruction by Highly Qualified Staff
  • Parent Involvement
  • Additional Support for Low Achieving Students
  • Program Evaluation.

The Program Plan must include a description of how the school will implement the eleven Program components included in the five groups as listed above, how the school will use resources from Title I to implement those components. The required components must be addressed in each school’s Educational Plan for School Success (Web EPSS)

The Title I Department assists schools in preparing their Program Plans, which are aligned with each school’s Educational Plan for Student Success (EPSS) and the school’s Title I allocation.  Resource Teachers provide technical assistance, support, and guidance in Program compliance.

During the 2016-17 school year the Title I Department will support and assist 69 elementary schools, 1 K-8 School, 23 middle schools, and 12 high schools.

Title I Public Schools

Contact your school for more information

Elementary:

A. Montoya -- Adobe Acres -- Alameda -- Alamosa -- Alvarado -- Apache -- Armijo -- Arroyo del Oso -- Atrisco -- Barcelona -- Bel-Air -- Bellehaven -- Carlos Rey -- Chaparral -- Chelwood -- Cochiti -- Collet Park -- Comanche -- Coronado -- Dolores Gonzales -- Duranes -- East San Jose -- Edmund G. Ross -- Edward Gonzales -- Emerson -- Eubank -- Eugene Field -- Governor Bent -- Griegos -- Hawthorne -- Helen Cordero -- Hodgin -- Inez -- Kirtland -- Kit Carson -- La Luz -- La Mesa -- Lavaland -- Lew Wallace -- Longfellow -- Los Padillas -- Los Ranchos -- Lowell -- Mac Arthur -- Manzano Mesa -- Marie Hughes -- Mark Twain -- Mary Ann Binford -- Matheson Park -- McCollum -- Mission Avenue -- Mitchell -- Montezuma -- Mountain View --  Navajo -- Onate -- Painted Sky -- Pajarito -- Reginald Chavez -- Rudolfo Anaya -- Sierra Vista -- Sombra del Monte -- Susie Rayos Marmon -- Tomasita -- Valle Vista -- Wherry -- Whittier -- Zia – Zuni

K-8:

George I. Sanchez

Middle:

Cleveland -- Ernie Pyle -- Garfield -- Grant -- Harrison -- Hayes – Hoover -- Jackson -- James Monroe -- Jefferson -- Jimmy Carter -- John Adams -- Kennedy – Madison -- McKinley -- Polk -- Taft -- Taylor -- Truman -- Van Buren -- Wilson -- Washington -- Vision Quest

High School:

Albuquerque -- Atrisco Heritage – Albuquerque Continuation -- Del Norte -- Freedom High -- Highland -- Manzano --  New Futures -- Rio Grande -- School on Wheels -- Valley -- West Mesa

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