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Haverhill Public Schools is a Proud Title One District!

Overview of Title I

Title I Part A of the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act provides financial assistance to districts and schools with high numbers or high percentages of children from low-income families to help ensure that all children meet challenging state academic standards. The priorities of Title I are to:

  1. Strengthen the core program in schools and provide academic and/or support services to low-achieving students at the preschool, elementary, middle, and high school levels;
  2. Provide evidence-based programs that enable participating students to achieve the learning standards of the state curriculum frameworks;
  3. Elevate the quality of instruction by providing eligible staff with substantial opportunities for professional development; and,
  4. Involve parents/guardians of participating public and private school children as active partners in their children’s education at school through open, meaningful communication, training, and, as appropriate, inclusion in decision-making processes.

Right to Know

Families/guardians of students attending a Title I school may request, and the district will provide in a timely manner, information regarding the professional qualifications of their student’s classroom teachers, including, at a minimum:

  1. Whether the teacher has met state qualification and licensing criteria for the grade levels and subject areas in which the teacher provides instruction;
  2. Whether the teacher is teaching under emergency or other provisional status through which state qualification or licensing criteria have been waived;
  3. Whether the teacher is teaching in the field of discipline of the certification of the teacher; and
  4. Whether the student is provided services by paraprofessionals and, if so, their qualifications.

A school shall provide to each individual family/guardian:

  • Information on the student’s level of achievement and academic growth in each of the state academic assessments, as required under Title I, and
  • Timely notice that the student has been taught for four or more consecutive weeks by a teacher who  does not meet state licensure requirements.

Please contact your student’s school with questions about school improvements, interventions, and opportunities to volunteer/become involved.

      Elementary Schools

  • Bradford  (978) 374-2443
  • Golden Hill (978) 374-5794
  • Hunking (978) 374-5787
  • Pentucket Lake (978) 374-2421
  • Silver Hill (978) 374-3448
  • Tilton  (978) 374-3475
  • Walnut Square (978) 374-3471

      Middle Schools

  • Consentino (978) 374-5775
  • Hunking  (978) 374-5787
  • JG Whittier (978) 374-5782
  • Nettle (978) 374-5792


  • Haverhill High (978) 374-5700
  • Moody School (978) 374-3459
  • Moody School Ext. (978) 420-1901
  • Gateway  (978) 374-3473
  • Greenleaf  (978) 374-3487
  • Bartlett School and Assessment Center (978) 469-8735

Dianne Connolly

Director of Title I and Community Outreach