Title I


Moon Area School District's Title I Programs are federally funded projects developed to meet the academic needs of students.  They are supported by The Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) [Section 1112(e)(1)(A)] and the Every Student Succeeds Act [Section 1112(e)(1)(A)].  

Moon Area School District provides Title I targeted-assistance programs at Allard, Brooks, and Hyde Elementary Schools.  We also provide Title I services to eligible students at non-public schools as required by law.  The Allegheny Intermediate Unit provides assistance in reading for eligible non-public schools.  Comparable intervention services are provided to students at Bon Meade and McCormick Elementary Schools using local funds.

Kimberly Prevost – Federal Programs Coordinator
412-264-9440, Dial 8, Ext. 1134

Our Reading Specialists

  • Allard: Mrs. Karen Bell and Ms. Allison Misenko
  • Brooks: Mrs. Kristin Gardell and Mrs. Mary Jo Logelin
  • Hyde: Mrs. Lauren Quallich and Mrs. Kelly Speer
  • Bon Meade: Mrs. Carrie Blawas
  • McCormick: Mrs. Kelly Hankey

All of our reading specialists are fully certified to provide the reading intervention students. 

Title I Reading Intervention program

Our Title I reading program uses a variety of quality reading intervention materials, including The Wilson Fundations® program.  Wilson Fundations is a supplemental reading program that strongly supports reading, writing, and language standards as well as foundational skills. The program is delivered in addition to the core language arts program to provide students with an instructional boost by addressing individual needs with targeted concepts and skills.

Fundations® addresses the following areas of instruction using a systematic approach:

  • Phonemic awareness
  • Phonics
  • Word study
  • Fluency
  • Vocabulary
  • Comprehension
  • Spelling
  • Handwriting

Office of Open Records Information

Policy 801 Public Records:Right-To-Know Policy - The purpose of this policy is to establish procedures to ensure the district complies with the requirements of the Right-to-Know Law, which allows legal residents of the United States to inspect and obtain copies of public records.  Fees For Public Records Requests -The Open Records Officer will ensure that the district establishes, maintains and disseminates a current list of reasonable fees that requesters must pay in order to receive access to a requested record.

Parent Right-To-Know Letters

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Translation Policy

State Parent Advisory Council

Title 1
Learning Compact

  Building Readers

 Building Comprehension Skills

Title 1 Complaint Policy

Policy for
Parent Involvement