The Federal and State Programs Department works with S, Title I Part A, Migrant, Title II Part A, Language Aquisition Education, Family & Community Engagement Services, Title IV, and Title V. Our support is multifaceted and cross-curricular for we serve as liaisons to staff while initiating and supporting different tasks focused on the enhancement of student academic success.
“Setting the Standard in Education”
The Federal and State Programs Department will provide support to students and staff through compliant, individualized, and research-based assistance. Our service’s intent is to be manifested in students whose capabilities enable them to be academically successful in multiple genres of the 21st century.
Levels of Support Include:
- District planning, implementation, and reporting for Federal and State Programs: Title I Part A, Migrant, Title II Part A, Language Aquisition, Family & Community Engagement, Title IV, Title V
- Coordinating the identification and services of all at-risk and economically disadvantaged students.
- District and campus staffing focused on the supplemental, educational assistance of at-risk and economically disadvantaged students.
- Contact for Federal and State law, specifically, issues with education grants (formula), audits, and academic accountability (TAIS).
- Facilitating the comprehensive needs assessment of Federal and State programs.
- Guiding the improvement plan process.