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Title I Program

Title I is a federally funded program designed to help all students master the challenging state standards.

Southwestern Elementary offers Title I help in Reading in grades 1-2, and in Math in grade 2. 
Title I students receive extra help in their regular classroom and/or individual or small group
help from a teacher or an instructional assistant.  First grade Title I students participate in an
early reading intervention called Reading Recovery.  Title I students also receive monthly
school/home links activities that are specially designed to support parents as they share the
responsibility of helping their students succeed academically.  Students become eligible for
Title I services based on test scores, as well as teacher recommendation.

Helpful Links
Check out the following links to learn more about Title I and how to help your child!

Reading Recovery Resources for Parents

Learn more about Reading Recovery and find ways to help your child.

Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) Public Law 114-95, Section 1116, Parent and Family Engagement

Indiana's Center for Family, School & Community Partnerships is dedicated to empowering parents to become more involved in their child's education. Learn what the No Child Left Behind law means to you as a parent.

Title I Parent Engagement Policies

Title I School Parent Engagement Policy
 Parents Right To Know Policy

Parent Right to Request Educational Evaluation

Indiana Academic Standards
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    • District Office

      Southwestern Consolidated School District
      3406 W 600 S
      Shelbyville, IN 46176

      Mr. Joshua Edwards, Superintendent
      Phone: 317-729-5746
      Fax: 317-729-5330

      Jr./Sr. High School

      Southwestern Jr./Sr. HS
      3406 W 600 S
      Shelbyville, IN 46176

      Mr. John Tindall, Principal
      Phone: 317-729-5122
      Fax: 317-729-2424
    • Elementary

      Southwestern Elementary
      3406 W 600 S
      Shelbyville IN 46176

      Ms. Beth Hoeing, Principal
      Phone: (317)-729-5320
      Fax: (317)-729-5370

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