The SEED School of Maryland views our families as partners in their child(ren)’s education. Through Title I we are able to service our families in a way that recognizes whole-child development for academic success. We believe that when families are involved, their child(ren) will be more successful. Please review the Title I Family and Community Engagement Policy, Home-School Compact for Learning, the Right to Know letter, and the Title I Complaint policy, to retrieve more information on the ways in which parents/guardians are able to advocate for and be involved in your child(ren)'s academic achievement at The SEED School of Maryland.

To learn more about our Title I School Wide Plan, please, click here.