Title I - Mrs. Robin Peterson

    With the exception of four years, I have lived in Currituck County my entire life. I was raised on Knotts Island and graduated from Currituck County High School. I then attended Tidewater Community College and College of the Albemarle. I am "Highly Qualified" under the "No Child Left Behind" legislation. I continue my education through research-based workshops and literacy conferences. I have been at Knotts Island Elementary since 1995. I have worked across grade levels K-6 in the areas of mathematics and language arts. I am currently with the Title 1 reading program. This year my focus is on grades 1-3. One of my greatest joys is helping a student become a fluent and competent reader and writer. My goal is for each child to succeed and enjoy becoming a life-long learner. I look forward to working closely with you and your child.  I encourage parents to visit at anytime. My classroom door is always open!
    Title 1 Program
    As part of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, Title 1 is a federally-funded program designed to offer additional help to students who struggle in the area of language arts. Title 1 support teachers can offer either in-class or pull-out assistance to improve reading comprehension and phonemic awareness skills. Parents can supplement Title 1 instruction at home by spending quality time reading with their children and supervising written assignments. Title 1 has a track record of success spanning over 40 years. Countless children have benefited through their involvement in the Title 1 program


Last Modified on October 5, 2015