Title I

Title I

The mission of Title I is to provide a continuum of services and resources to Title I schools that enrich curriculum and instruction, promote interaction and coordination of supplementary services and resources, and result in excellence and high expectations for educators and students. Through collective efforts, we endeavor to increase accountability for all participants in the educational process; enhance cooperation between school and home; provide educators in Title I schools with greater autonomy for shared decision-making; and most importantly, promote increased educational performance of students attending Title I schools.

In Clark-Pleasant Community Schools, all elementary (K-5) schools are school-wide Title I Schools.

  • Break-O-Day Elementary
  •  Clark Elementary
  •  Grassy Creek Elementary
  •  Pleasant Crossing Elementary
  •  Ray Crowe Elementary
  •  Whiteland Elementary

In addition to supporting the schools listed above, Title I funding also supports professional development for teachers and staff. Training is provided in areas that will have the greatest impact when CPCSC educators work with our students who are most at risk of not reaching their academic potential.


Parent Involvement Policy

The CPCSC Board of School Trustees endorses the parent involvement goals of Title I and encourages the regular participation of parents of Title I, eligible children in all aspects of the program. The education of children is viewed as a cooperative effort among the parents, school, and community. In this policy, the word "parent" also includes guardians and other family members involved in supervising the child's schooling.


Pursuant to federal law, the corporation will develop jointly with, agree on with and distribute to parents of children participating in the Title I program a written parent involvement policy.


The complete policy is located in section 5200 of CPCSC Board Policy found at:


Parent Compact

CPCSC believes that the education of children is a joint responsibility, one it shares with the parents of the school community. To ensure that the best interests of the child are served in this process, a strong educational program with communication between home and school must be maintained. 


CPCSC Parent Compact


For a full review of the formal complaint process, please refer to the "Formal Complaint Procedure" section of our district's "Anti-Harassment" policy.

District Report Card:

CPCSC 2021 Annual Performance Report


Clark-Pleasant INVIEW:

The Indiana Department of Education INview site provides information about the performance and progress of Indiana schools.



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