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 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 Brooks Elementary, and students at Bon Meade and McCormick Elementary schools receive intervention on an as needed basis.
Kimberly Prevost – Federal Programs Coordinator
412-264-9440, Dial 8, Ext. 1134
Our Reading Specialists
- Allard: Mrs. Kelsey Halackna
- Brooks: Mrs. Kristin Gardell
- Hyde: Mrs. Lauren Quallich
All of our reading specialists are fully certified to provide reading intervention services.
Title I Reading Intervention program
Title I and Title I-Like Parent Meeting was held on November 10, 2021 at 1:00 PM (virtual meeting)
2021-2022 Fall Title I Parent Meeting Presentation
Video Recording of Parent meeting Presentation
Parent Right-To-Know Letters
- Allard Parent Right-To-Know Letter
- Bon Meade Parent Right-To-Know Letter
- Brooks Parent Right-To-Know Letter
- Hyde Parent Right-To-Know Letter
- McCormick Parent Right-To-Know Letter
- Moon Area Middle School Right-To-Know Letter
- Moon Area High School Right-To-Know Letter
- Allard: Title I Learning Compact
- Hyde: Title I Learning Compact
- Brooks: Title I-Like Learning Compact
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.