Sanislo Elementary


Title I Information

Title I Information – What Our Families Need to Know

Title I, Part A is a federal program funded by the Every Child Succeeds Act (ESEA) that provides financial assistance to local educational agencies and public schools with a high percentage of families who qualify for the free and reduced lunch program. Title I funds are spent to improve academic achievement and enhance family engagement.

Title I at Sanislo

Sanislo Elementary appreciates and fosters strong parent involvement at the school and at home. We also understand the importance of forming solid partnerships with the community. These connections allow the Sanislo staff, families and the community to collaborate on promoting high achievement for every Sanislo student.

Sanislo Elementary recognizes that the assistance provided through the Title I program increases our ability to enhance the educational experience of our students, and to create strong family and community partnerships. Sanislo Elementary works to include families in our Title I program.

Learn more about parent involvement at Sanislo.

Examples of services paid for by Title I, Part A include:

  • Reading & math intervention
  • Trained tutors
  • Extended day activities
  • Summer school
  • Family engagement forums to enhance student’s academic growth

If, as a parent, you have questions or concerns about the use of these funds in your child’s school, contact: 

Pamela Faulkner
Supervisor: Title I/LAP Programs

If you have questions or wish to file a formal complaint about the use of funds, the citizen complaint process can be accessed:

  • OSPI website
  • Phone: 360-725-6100
  • TTY: 360-664-3631
  • FAX: 360-586-3305
  • Mail Your Question:
    Attn: Citizen Complaint Title I, Part A
    Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction
    P.O. Box 47200
    Olympia, WA 98504

Title I Funded Schools

View a list of Title I funded schools on the SPS district website.

Seattle Public Schools Provides Equal Educational and Employment Opportunities

Seattle Public Schools, SPS, provides Equal Educational Opportunities and Equal Employment Opportunities and does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex; race; creed; color; religion; ancestry; national origin; age; economic status; sexual orientation, including gender expression or identity; pregnancy; marital status; physical appearance; the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability; honorably discharged veteran or military status; or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal. SPS also provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.

SPS complies with all applicable state and federal laws and regulations, including but not limited to: Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and the ADA Amendments Act of 2008; and the Washington Law Against Discrimination RCW 49.60. SPS’s compliance includes, but is not limited to all district programs, courses, activities, including extra-curricular activities, services, and access to facilities.

Title I Contacts

SPS Title I website

Michael Stone
Director: Grants, Fiscal Compliance & Strategic Partnerships

Pamela Faulkner
Supervisor: Title I/LAP Programs

Andrew Olsen
Title I/LAP, Private Schools

Min Yee
Title I/LAP Cost Analyst

Title I/LAP Consulting Teachers

Ellen Barret

Tina Kim

Annika Mizuta

Sandy Teakell