Adams Middle School is identified as a Title I Targeted Assistance school. The Title I program is a federal program that provides funding to schools to improve the academic achievement of disadvantaged and/or under performing students. The School Site Council is a governing body that assists the principal in evaluating and monitoring the academic program and school goals in order to determine how these monies can best be utilized to support Title I students. For additional information regarding the Title I program, please visit the U.S Department of Education HERE, or contact Adams' Title I Coordinator, Luke Olesiuk, at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 3917.
Thank you to the many families that joined us February 7, 2019 for our Title I Family Night event! It was an excellent opportunity for parents to receive tips and tools from Adams teachers on how to support their children at home. Please do not hesitate to reach out to the team if you have additional questions regarding the evening.
Did you know the library is open daily after school for an hour?
Students may visit the library after school to work on homework, finish projects, print documents, receive Chromebook support, or just take advantage of a quiet place to read. Additionally, peer tutoring is available in most subject areas and students simply need to sign in and indicate the area of need. See below library hours:
*Please note the library is closed after school on minimum days.
After School Tutoring/Homework Club for the 2018-2019 school year began in early November and is aimed at supporting our Title I students and ensuring they meet academic success. Please check your email for additional details on the program as well as how to sign up!