Title I Program

Title I is a federally funded program. Robert Moton Elementary School has a Title I School wide program. Funds are used to help support all students in order to meet state standards. Students can receive supplemental instruction from highly qualified staff, extended day services, and extended year services. Funds are also used to promote parent involvement, and supplemental professional development opportunities for staff.

Title 1 Brochure



Title I provides the following supplemental staff to Robert Moton Elementary School:

K. Dorsey School Psychologist  
M. Fitzgerald Math Resource Teacher  
A. Miller Classroom Reduction (4th)  
M. Grabowski Interventionist (Math)  
J. Luebke Classroom Reduction (4th)  
M. Miller Classroom Reduction 2nd  

For more information about the Title I program at Robert Moton Elementary, please contact Mary Jo Custance our Title I Parent Liaison at mjcusta@carrollk12.org or (410) 751-3610 ext. 2250.


Home-School Learning Compact
Each school year, Title I parents and Robert Moton Elementary staff work together to create a Home-School Compact. This compact outlines how parents, staff, and students will work together to improve student achievement and create meaningful partnerships.

2019-2020 Compact

School Wide Plan

Family Engagement Plan 2019-20

Title 1 Family Engagement Action Plan 2019

If you have questions or concerns about the Home-School Compact please contact:
• Darryl Robbins, RME Principal at dprobbi@carrollk12.org
• Mary Jo Custance, Title I Parent Liaison mjcusta@carrollk12.org

To Parents and Students of Title I

If you have a concern/complaint or need additional information about your child's educational program or parent involvement activities, please contact:
• Darryl Robbins, RME Principal at dprobbi@carrollk12.org
• Mary Jo Custance, Title I Parent Liaison mjcusta@carrollk12.org

Title I Concerns Complaint

Parent Involvement Resources
Many organizations strive to support schools, families, and communities in order to help promote parent involvement.

Please take some time to visit the websites below to learn more about how you can be an involved parent. You will also discover what other school districts are doing to involve parents, and how you can be an advocate for the needs of all children in our school community.

National PTO 
National PTA 
United States Department of Education 
National Education Association 
Project Appleseed 

Family Fun Activities in Carroll County
There are many fun and exciting activities to do as a family right here in Carroll County.
Check out the following websites for places to visit, and learn about the events they are hosting.

Carroll County Calendar of Events  
Carroll County Farm Museum 
Union Mills Homestead and Grist Mill 
Piney Run Nature Center  
Baugher's Farm Market 
Bear Branch Nature Center  
Carroll Arts Center 


Certification and Licensure Qualification Statement:

Federal legislation for education entitled, "Every Student Succeeds Act" of 2015 requires all school systems to notify parents of their right to request information regarding the professional qualifications of their child's classroom teacher. If you would like information regarding the certification and/or licensure qualifications of your child's teacher(s), please write to:

Kelly Keith
Department of Human Resources
Carroll County Public Schools
125 North Court Street
Westminster, Maryland 21157

 If you have any questions or comments please contact Mr. Robbins at: dprobbi@carrollk12.org