Office of Title I Programs

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) was signed by President Obama on December 10, 2015. This bipartisan measure reauthorizes the 50 year old Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) the nation’s national education law and longstanding commitment to equal opportunity of all students. The reauthorized law sets high standards and contains policies that will help prepare all students for success in college and future careers.

2016-17 Title I Schools

  • Alexander ES
  • Armstrong ES
  • Berea ES
  • Chandler Creek ES
  • Cherrydale ES
  • Duncan Chapel ES
  • East North St. Academy
  • Grove ES
  • Hollis Academy
  • Monaview ES
  • Slater-Marietta ES
  • Sue Cleveland ES
  • Thomas E. Kerns ES
  • Welcome ES
  • Westcliffe ES
  • Berea Middle
  • Lakeview Middle
  • Legacy Charter
  • Tanglewood Middle

Private Schools

  • St. Anthony of Padua School
  • Fuller Normal School

Parent Involvement

Parent and Family Engagement is extremely important. A strong connection between parents, families, and the schools is a key element for student success. Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) requires school districts to all Title I funds to schools to support parent and family engagement. These funds are used for, but not limited, to workshops, trainings, and opportunities for active parent and family participation.

Title I Staff

Randolyn Harmon, Director
rharmon@greenville.k12.sc.us | (864) 355-3197

Tejal Williams-Ducket, Secretary
(864) 355-3356

Lee Emma George, Project Specialist
(864) 355-3358

Patricia Russell, Project Specialist for Neglected & Delinquent and Private Schools
(864) 355-8892

Paula Burgess - ELA Elementary Academic Specialist

Austin Greene, Math Elementary Academic Specialist

Erica Lewis, Math Elementary Academic Specialist

Shayla Read, ELA Secondary Academic Specialist

Stacey ShamisELA Elementary Academic Specialist