Title I

About the Program

Salem Hills Elementary has a Schoolwide Title One Program. The schoolwide program’s primary goal is to ensure that all students, particularly those who show a need for an academic intervention, demonstrate proficient and advanced levels of achievement of State academic achievement standards. Students at Salem Hills Elementary School who show a need for extra support on specific reading or math skills are given the opportunity to be provided with academic support during the regular school day.


Families will receive information about the Title One program and be provided a compact during conferences.

Compact in English
Compact in Spanish

Extra Academic Support

Reading benchmark assessments are given to all students at Salem Hills three times a year.  Based on these results and classroom teacher input, students may receive extra academic support.  Groups are formed and students receive small group instruction during the regular school day.  These groups are fluid to best match student current academic needs.

Parents have the right to request information about a teacher's professional qualifications.  If you are interested in obtaining educational history or other qualifications, please contact Human Resources at 651-306-7823.

Parent Involvement

Salem Hills Elementary School values parent involvement and we encourage families to connect with staff during family connections, conferences, and families events.

Inver Grove Heights Schools and Salem Hills Elementary have Parent Involvement Plans. The Parent Involvement Plan is reviewed yearly with Title One Staff and Parents.  
Click here to view the Salem Hills Parent Involvement Plan. 
Click here to view the District Parent Involvement Plan.  
Haga clic aquí para ver el Plan de Participación de Padres del Distrito

Marco Campoverde - 651-306-7318 [email protected]

Kellie Keifenheim - 651-306-7318 [email protected]

Jean Herbst - 651-306-7325 [email protected]

Here is a link to help you support your child's learning at home: 

iXL - online standards based math practice - every student K-5 at Salem Hills has a username and password.  Please contact your child's teacher or Kelly Goodnature at 651-306-7352 if you would like your child's log in information

Any individual who observes, detects, or suspects improper use of taxpayer funds can easily report such improper use to the Minnesota Department of Education via the hotline number 1-800-647-8733.