Federal Programs include a variety of federal grants that provide supplemental financial support to meet the unique needs of students throughout Christian County. Those programs include:
Title I to provide services for economically disadvantaged students to improve academic achievement.
Title II to provide funds to improve teacher quality through professional development.
Title III to provide funds for instructional support for students with limited English proficiency.
Extended School Services (ESS) to provide funds for tutoring students failing or at-risk of failing. These services are commonly known as “after-school tutoring.”
Title I, Part D Subpart 2 to provide support for neglected & delinquent services and dropout prevention.
Title I, Part C (Migrant Education Program) to provide educational services to migrant students and families.
Impact Aidis designed to assist United States local school districts that have lost property tax revenue due to the presence of tax-exempt Federal property, (such as Fort Campbell) or that have experienced increased expenditures due to the enrollment of federally connected children.
Department of Defense Educational Activity Grantsa grant program that supports research-based strategies that enhance student achievement and ease the challenges that military children face due their parents military service.
Susie Hartline, Director of Strategic Planning, Federal Programs, and Grant Development
Sara Sweeney, DoDEA Grant Facilitator
Wanda Merideth, Federal Programs Administrative Support