Title I Newsletter

Information about our program and required notifications

Right To Know

Please see the buttons at the bottom of this newsletter for publications about Title I programs as well as a copy of our Parent Engagement Policy.

Targeted Assistance School

Helping students to reach their profeciency goals!


Conway School District receives Title I funds to "target" students who need additional assistance in reading, math, or school readiness. With targeted assistance, we take the highest need students for intervention services while other students receive their interventions in the classroom. The goal of Title I is to ensure that every child has a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education. And to reach proficiency our state and local assessments.


Melissa Brown is our intervention teacher and special programs coordinator. Melissa as well as several paraeducators provide instructional assistance to students that have been identified as needing the most assistance.

Teacher Qualifications

All parents and guardians have the right to request information regarding the professional qualifications of your child’s classroom teacher(s) or instructional paraeducators.


Conway staff are highly qualified and meet all requirements to be licensed and employed in their positions. ALL paraeducators meet or exceed the state requirements for their positions. Please see the information below if you would like to request information about your child’s teacher or a paraeducator that works with them.


If you would like to request information on your child's teacher, please contact Ally Morgan in the District Office.

Notification of Teacher Limited State Certification

As you are probably aware, Mr. Rawson left his music position right before school started. We were fortunate enough to have Abby Hanson available to fill in for the year as our music teacher. While she currently has a limited teaching certificate, she is very qualified to be in the specialist position, she has a bachelor's degree and extensive experience in performing arts.


Click here for the official notification letter.


If you would like to request additional information, please contact Ally Morgan in the District Office.

Additional Notifications

The federal department of education also requires we annually notify families of the following:


Individual report cards that let you know how your child is progressing. Conway shares report cards at the end of each trimester.


Information on state and local assessments. This information is shared through emails when we have state assessments and you will receive a score report when the assessment results come in. Local assessments are communicated through report cards, progress reports, parent/teacher conferences, and through your child's classroom teacher.


Student participation on assessments. This is included in our student and family handbook each year and was shared with families on our website and through our district newsletter. You can find the handbook at the following link: Handbook

Problems with a Federal Program?

If you have concerns or questions about your child's participation in the Title I program, please contact Melissa Brown or our principal Mr. Dickinson to see if you can find a resolution. If can't find a resolution, contact Mr. Cravy our superintendent. If you can't reach a resolution at that point you can contact Washington State's Office Of Public Instruction (OSPI) and file a complaint.


Additional information on the complaint process can be found at this link: OSPI Complaint Process

District and State Report Card

Are you interested in knowing how Conway did on state assessments? How different groups of children performed compared to other schools? The state report card has all demographic and assessment data for all school districts in the state.

What is Title I ?

Overview of the Title I program

¿Qué es el Título I?

Descripción general del programa de título I

Have a question?

For more information about Title I please contact our special programs coordinator and intervention specialist Melissa Brown